Legal Question in Workers Comp in Pennsylvania

I work 2 jobs, one full time and one part time. I got hurt at my full time job and I don't know if I will be compensated for the lost wages from being out of my part time job.

Asked on 7/18/13, 4:32 pm

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Richard Senker Senker Law Office
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Answered on 7/18/13, 5:13 pm
Drew Quinones Drew Quinones, P.C.
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According to the Worker's Compensation Act, you absolutely should be paid the wages from both jobs. The insurance company will not address this issue unless you bring it to their attention. Call me if you need any help with your claim. 215-240-7565

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Answered on 7/18/13, 6:02 pm
Domenic Bellisario Law Office of Domenic A. Bellisario
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Under the law, wages received from all concurrent separate employments are used to determine your average weekly wage to calculate how much your weekly benefit will be. So, your weekly benefit amount should take into account the money you are losing from your part-time job. If you don't get this benefit, feel free to contact me. (800) 433-9700.

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Answered on 7/19/13, 3:49 am

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