Pittsburgh Workers'  Compensation Lawyers


Pittsburgh personal injury lawyers, specializing in workers' compensation law, workplace injury and workers compensation claims. In the state of Pennsylvania workers’ compensation provides salary benefits and medical benefits to individuals who have underwent work-related injuries. Workers’

compensation is an insurance-based arrangement. Injured employees are eligible to receive benefits even if their employer was not was not responsible for their injuries.

If you or a loved one has suffered an injury at work, contact our workers' compensation lawyers immediately for a free consultation of your legal situation. Only an experienced attorney can determine how strong your workers' compensation case will be. 

You can find the knowledgeable and committed representation you require at The Law Offices of Michael O’Day. Our Pittsburgh based workers' compensation law firm represents clients in claims encompassing many areas including:

•Work-related accident injuries

•Repetitive stress injuries

•Occupational illness or disease

•Injuries caused by dangerous or defective products

•Injuries from the performance of work duties (e.g., injured
back, knee, wrist, elbow, hand, foot, leg, ankle or shoulder)

Based in Pittsburgh, PA, Our law firm represents clients through out Pennsylvania.

Know your worker's compensation rights

While workers’ compensation is often the exclusive remedy for injured workers, there are exceptions. For example, injured workers may pursue a product liability claim if their injury was caused by a dangerous or defective product. When a worker has sustained injuries that were caused by a
third party (someone other than an employer or co-worker), he or she may have a basis to pursue compensation through a third-liability claim, which is a type of personal injury claim.

Injured workers in Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania are entitled to workers compensation to cover the absent earnings and hospital bills that resulted from the work related injuries. Workers who accept workers compensation monies give up their right to sue the workplace for negligence. 

In a workers compensation agreement, a “third-party liability” claim is not made against an employer or co-worker, but against a separate individual or entity who may be responsible for part or the entire worker’s injury.

Third-party claims can often come about when a worker is injured by a product that was defective or by an individual other than the worker’s supervision or other workers at the company, such as a customer, a worker from another company, or anyone else in the public.


Experienced Pittsburgh workplace injury lawyers

The Law Offices of Michael O’Day has experience representing clients in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania workers’ compensation, product liability and third-party liability claims. The Law offices of Michael O’Day is uniquely capable of identifying the forms of compensation you may be allowed to receive. 
You can rely on The Law Offices of Michael O’Day to protect your rights and work carefully to seek the full and just compensation that you are entitled to receive under law.