ATTORNEY JOSEPH VENDETTI IS AN EXPERIENCED PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY, WITH A STRONG BACKGROUND IN WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAW
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Injured on the job? Injured in a car accident in Erie, PA at the fault of another? Injured because of another person’s negligence? Before you speak to the insurance company you need to be represented by an attorney. Attorney Joseph P. Vendetti is an experienced personal injury attorney, representing those injured in Northwestern Pennsylvania.
If you are an injured worker, DO NOT try to deal with the Workers’ Compensation Insurance Carrier on your own. The Workers’ Compensation Act is very complex and the Insurance company adjusters know how to use the Act to stop your benefits, before they should be. Attorney Vendetti will insure you receive all the workers’ compensation benefits you are entitled to by law.
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Attorney Joseph Vendetti is a personal injury lawyer in Erie, Pennsylvania. He handles all types of personal injury claims including workers’ compensation claims and auto accident injuries. He represents the residents of all Northwestern Pennsylvania, including Erie County, Crawford County and Warren County.
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Attorney Joseph Vendetti's geographical practice area focuses on Northwest Pennsylvania, including, but not limited to the following cities, townships and boroughs of Pennsylvania: Erie; Meadville; Warren; North, East and West Springfield; Lake City; Cranesville; North East; Wattsburg; Waterford; Edinboro; Springboro; Conneautville; Saegertown; Cambridge Springs; Union City; Spartansburg; Corry; Centerville; Conneaut Lake; and McKean.
Added 5/15/2016 - Dixon v. WCAB (Medrad, Inc.) - This case shows that an injured employees wage loss benefits can be stopped even if he/she has restrictions because of his/her injury. In this case the insurers own doctor said the claimant had work restrictions. The employer offered the claimant a job which it said was within the restrictions. Because the claimant failed to follow through, in good faith, with the job offer his benefits were suspended, which means his wage loss benefits were stopped even though he was not actually working. This is a suspension based upon a claimant's bad faith refusal to accept a job. Click on the case title to read the whole case.
The Court Held that if an employee does not notify the UEGF within 45 days from the date of his/her injury, then the UEGF is not responsible for any medical bills or wage loss payments until the date it received notice of the claim. The UEGF exists to cover injured employees of employers that do not carry workers' compensation insurance. It is a violation of law for an Employer not to carry workers' comp insurance, but in the rare case that this happens the UEGF is supposed to cover the claim.
Gabe suffered a serious injury while working. He began to receive Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Benefits and had many questions regarding his claim and what his rights were under Pennsylvania Law. He contacted Attorney Joseph Vendetti to learn what his rights were, and to ensure that the Workers' Compensation Insurance Carrier was following the rules. Attorney Joseph Vendetti was able to help Gabe receive all the benefits he was entitled to pursuant to Pennsylvania Law, and helped Gabe amicably resolve his claim.
If you suffered a work injury, call Attorney Joseph Vendetti to learn what your rights are, and to ensure you are receiving all the benefits you are entitled to under the Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Act.