Don't get caught in the complicated and confusing world of Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation without help. Brilliant & Neiman LLC is there to protect workers who have been injured while doing their jobs. We are dedicated to making sure the rights of injured workers are properly protected and their disability claims are accurately handled. Our attorneys do not handle any cases other than representing injured workers in Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation matters. Protecting injured workers is all we do!
Both of our attorneys, Dina Brilliant and Glenn Neiman, are among the first attorneys in PA to be Certified as Specialists in the Practice of Workers’ Compensation Law by the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Section on Workers’ Compensation Law as authorized by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
Our clients have already suffered pain and loss from their injuries, and we do not think they should suffer through the law as well. Whether an injury resulted in a temporary disability, a permanent disability, or a death, our Pennsylvania worker injury attorneys have the skill, experience, and dedication to protect our clients’ rights. The initial consultation is always free and there is no fee if we are unable to get results for you.
Throughout the pages on our website, we have tried to provide useful information to injured workers and their families. We understand how intimidating it can be to be thrown into a process so unfamiliar. The PA workers’ compensation system can be thorny and perplexing. We take pride in publishing our award-winning blog, at http://www.pennsylvaniaworkerscompensationlawyerblog.com/, to help educate all injured workers in PA.
The law governing work-related injuries is a constantly changing thing – since being instituted in 1915, the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act has been amended many times, including in 1972, 1993, 1996, 2006, 2010 and 2011. Each time, the appellate court system in PA must interpret the law. Obviously, this requires attorneys to stay current on the recent changes, and how these changes are faring in the appellate courts.
It is for this reason that our firm limits its practice to only representing injured workers in their workers’ compensation matters. By handling these cases, day after day, our exposure to the PA workers’ compensation system and Judges is greater than that of a general practice attorney, who may handle such a case every once in a while. We want our clients to benefit from our experience in the system.
Sometimes our clients do need legal representation in matters other than workers’ compensation. We take pride in having a wide network of attorneys to whom we can refer our clients. Though our firm does not handle car accidents, family law, employment law, Social Security Disability, or other legal matters, we have relationships with other attorneys, throughout Southeastern and Central Pennsylvania, to whom our clients can be referred and obtain excellent personal legal representation.
Our main office is located in Trevose, Bucks County, at Route One (Roosevelt Boulevard) and Old Lincoln Highway. This locale is literally minutes from the Philadelphia/Bensalem exit of the Pennsylvania Turnpike (Exit 351) and less than one mile north of Northeast Philadelphia. Since we are in close proximity to both Roosevelt Boulevard/Route One and I-95, we are only 25 minutes from Center City Philadelphia, and 20 minutes from Trenton, NJ.
For our clients in the Lehigh Valley area, including Bethlehem and Easton, we also have an office in Allentown, at 6th and Hamilton Streets. Additionally, for the convenience of our clients throughout the region, we are able to meet in Center City Philadelphia, Doylestown and various other locations, as needed.
Contact our Trevose office at (215) 638-7500, our Allentown office at (610) 740-1002, or call us toll free at (888) WORK HELP to speak with us. We can also be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Since there is never a fee unless we get results for you, there is nothing to lose by making the call. Haven’t you and your family suffered enough? Don’t you deserve proper legal representation to obtain and protect the workers’ compensation benefits to which you are entitled?
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