Wyomissing, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/05/2018 -- An employment-related injury can be shocking and heartbreaking—and it may be more likely to happen than many Pennsylvanians believe. According to research from the National Safety Council, a worker is injured in the line of their employment every seven seconds. This means that on average, a little over 12,000 employees are injured every single day. Unfortunately, even though workplace injuries are exceedingly common, insurance companies don't always give the injured parties the settlements that they need to cover medical bills and lost wages during recovery.
The attorneys at Kozloff Stoudt have decades of experience representing men and women who have been injured on the job. Their team of personal lawyers in Reading can help those recovering from a work-related injury to determine the next steps in their case—allowing them to focus on healing instead of dealing with insurance providers. They pride themselves on working directly with each individual that walks into their practice and carefully considering every situation on a personal level. And their results speak for themselves—though each case is different, the team at Kozloff Stoudt have produced million-dollar settlements for a number of their clients.
Don't wait to call for legal representation following an injury—contact personal injury attorneys in Reading as soon as possible for the best chance at a fair settlement. Anyone looking for advice and counsel following a work-related injury is encouraged to make the call to Kozloff Stoudt today at 610-370-6700 or pay them a visit online at https://www.kozloffstoudt.com.
About Kozloff Stoudt Attorneys
The Law Offices of Kozloff Stoudt Attorneys formed in 2000, following the merger of two historically respected and prominent Berks County law firms. The firm is located in the Spring Ridge area of Wyomissing, Berks County, the professional and commercial hub of the Reading area. For decades, the lawyers of Kozloff Stoudt Attorneys have advised and represented individuals, businesses, school districts and municipalities in most aspects of civil law.