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Is your Workers' Compensation
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$235,000 awarded to a police officer
who slipped and fell on ice causing
nerve damage

$293,000 awarded to a university
practice manager with a back injury from
falling down stairs

$200,000 awarded to a truck driver with
a lower back injury

$340,000 awarded to a maintenance
worker killed in a motor vehicle accident

$237,000 awarded to a drilling driver
with a low back injury from a slip and fall
"Martin LLC was recommended
by a relative and I'm very glad I
listened. Mr. Wilson and his
associates did a very professional
job and I would recommend them
to anyone once again. Thanks for
~Thomas D.  
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The certification process requires that attorneys sit for a
four-hour exam, after proving that they have actively
practiced law for more than five years and dedicate at least
half of their practice to workers' compensation claims. The
exam is meant to recognize attorneys in the specialty of
workers' compensation and allow them to stand out from
attorneys whom dedicate just a small percentage of their
practice to workers' compensation.
Martin Law has the most credentialed attorneys in one
firm in the state, with 6 attorneys who are certified as a
specialist in the practice of workers' compensation law by
the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Section on Workers'
Compensation Law as authorized by the Pennsylvania S
upreme Court. This certification ensures that any
Pennsylvanian can confidently choose an attorney who
has proven through rigorous testing that they are among
the most qualified in the state to handle your claim.
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Identifying an Uninsured Employer
Your employer may be uninsured if you don't pay taxes
out of your check or if you are paid in cash or "under the
table." If you think you work for an uninsured employer
start requesting a check from them rather than cash and
be sure to deposit that check in a bank or keep records if
using a check cashing service.
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