Montgomery County, which residents lovingly call “Montco”, is the third-most populous county in Pennsylvania. Just under 1 million people live here and earn their living from major companies that have made the county their home, such as Aetna, Giant Food Stores, Lockheed Martin, Merck, Pfizer, and Quest Diagnostics.
Despite having excellent employment opportunities, workers in Motcogomery County are just as likely to be injured on the job as any other American. These victims soon find that the workers’ compensation system, which is supposed to protect them from financial devastation, doesn’t often provide the support that is desperately needed. At The Bulldog Lawyers, we believe that no injured worker should have to struggle because the system failed to give them the compensation they rightfully deserve.
Four more than four decades, our team has provided the support that injured workers need while fighting for their rights. Our legal services include:
- assisting with Workers’ Compensation claims and appeals
- helping clients identify if they have a personal injury lawsuit and pursuing the case on their behalf
- assisting with Social Security Disability Benefits applications and appeals
- helping clients to understand Veterans’ Benefits and obtain them
In many cases, a client is eligible for more than one of these benefits but they aren’t aware of it until their first consultation with us. Our first consultation is always free and we obtain our fees through a contingency fee basis system – which means that we don’t get paid until you do. This way you know that you have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
What Our Clients Say About Us
"I can't thank Larry enough! Several years ago I was serious injured at work and unable to return to my job. To make matters worse, my workers' comp claim was denied. Larry fought to get me the compensation I needed and won. I don't know what I would have done without his help!"Rating: 5.0 ★★★★★
Latest Montgomery County Workers' Compensation & Personal Injury News
By Larry Levin
February 13, 2017- Montgomery County Accused Of Worker’s Compensation Corruption
A firefighter who spent almost three decades fighting fires across Montgomery County is alleging that the county’s worker’s compensation program is riddled with corruption. The 52-year-old firefighter got hurt on the job following a debilitating neck injury that forced him to retire and go on disability. He states that his disability could have been prevented if he had not endured delayed diagnosis and treatment. He also alleges that the delays are costing taxpayers money. For more information about the county’s alleged worker’s compensation corruption go here.
January 20, 2017- Blunt Trauma Accident Kills Man At A Structural Steel Plant
A 57-year-old man died recently from blunt trauma to the trunk at a steel plant in Bensalem. His body was found by other employees later as the man was working alone under a steel beam. The cause of the accident is being investigated by the police as well as by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration. OSHA will most likely conduct its own investigation of this accident.
December 21, 2016- Man Seriously Injures Foot In Industrial Accident
A man from Green River was recently injured after he was involved in an industrial accident. According to a press release, emergency medical responders attended to an FDL Operation oil production facility where a 46-year-old man was being treated for a severe foot injury by his coworkers. There was a lot of bleeding according to a deputy sheriff. There was no available information about the man’s condition or information about what caused the accident to take place.
November 29th, 2016 – Pennsylvania Corrections Officer Killed On The Job
The widow of a Montgomery County man is searching for answers about how her husband sustained life-threatening injuries at work. The Navy veteran, who had worked at the prison for more than 13 years, sustained a fractured skull and brain hemorrhage which took his life nine days later in Sept on 2016, but authorities have yet to determine what caused him to fall and hit his head. For more information on this check out Fox 29.
Upcoming Workers' Compensation Webinars & Local Community Events
How Do I Correctly Fill Out A Workers' Compensation Claim?