If you've been injured at work, you probably have a number of questions regarding your legal rights and obligations.
In most instances, we can answer those questions for you and put your mind at ease without charging you a fee. We only charge a fee when we successfully litigate matters on your behalf. Providing a long explanation of your rights on a website isn't nearly as useful as discussing your case with one of our attorneys - call us today to discuss your case for free!
Additionally, if you've been offered a lump-sum to settle your claim, we can evaluate the offer to see if it makes sense for you to settle, and if the settlement is fair to you. Call us today so we can evaluate your claim and discuss your options.
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Did you know that nearly two thirds of all initial applications are turned down by the local Social Security offices? Many of these claims can potentially be won on appeal. If you've applied and been turned down for Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits, contact our office.
You only have 60 days to file an appeal from the Notice of Disapproved Claim letter. Contact us now to discuss your claim. You'll speak directly with one of our attorneys who will provide a free consultation regarding your claim.
If you've received an unfavorable Rating Decision, or only a partially favorable Rating Decision, contact our offices to discuss your options for appeal. Attorney Ryan Woodske is certified for practice before the VA.
Our office has represented employers and employees in unemployment compensation matters before the Referee, Unemployment Compensation Board of Review, and Commonwealth Court. If you need
to appeal the initial decision from the unemployment compensation office, you only have 15 days to file. Contact our
office for a free consultation with one of our attorneys to discuss your claim.
Already have a pending unemployment hearing? Frequently, unemployment cases hinge on the issues of willful misconduct or voluntary quit. Call us so we can discuss your case and which party must prove the conduct that led to your separation from employment.
Please contact us today, and we will gladly assist and discuss your case. We also handle matters involving the following:
Do you have questions or would you like to make an appointment? Please call our Beaver County office at (724) 775-9955 or use our contact form.
Woodske Law Offices
255 College Avenue
Beaver, PA 15009
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