Benefits Interrupted?/Returning to Work

Schemery Zicolello Is Here To Help When Your Benefits Are Interrupted

Have you received a notice that your benefits are being interrupted? Did you get a notice to return to work? Has your weekly check been stopped without any notice? We are here to help you address and resolve any of the issues that have arisen in your life as a result of your work-related injury.

It is important that you respond to any workers’ compensation notice promptly so that you can get the help you need to protect your benefits and your rights.

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At Schemery Zicolello, we represent clients in Williamsport, in throughout Central Pennsylvania in a range of workers’ compensation matters. Our lawyers can help you understand your rights and make sure that you are well-equipped to deal with your employer and its insurer.

Our principal workers’ compensation attorney, Mary C. Schemery, brings more than 27 years of workers’ compensation experience to each of her clients’ cases. This experience, coupled with aggressive, skillful and committed representation, can even the odds for you.

Questions? We Have Answers.

Many of our clients have questions and concerns surrounding interrupted benefits, return-to-work issues or other workers’ compensation issues. We can address questions like these:

  • Does your physician disagree with the doctor hired by your employer about your physical abilities?
  • Is there a way to overcome your insurance carrier’s belief that there is some basis to stop your benefits?
  • Have you received a notice saying that your benefits are being stopped and are uncertain what to do next?
  • Are you afraid you will re-injure yourself if you go back to work as ordered?
  • What happens if you return to work and you cannot perform your job?
  • Does your employer think that your disability is not related to your work injury?
  • Are you concerned that your employer will not modify your job so you can return?

We Are Here To Help ∙ Free Initial Consultations

Our lawyers understand the stress that having your benefits being interrupted. We also know that you may have questions about returning to work. Please email or call our law office to arrange for a free initial consultation to discuss your specific legal concerns and learn your rights: 570-321-7554.