Insurance Companies Take Our Actions Seriously – Here’s One Example of How an Insurance Company Folded Less Than One Hour After We Filed a Claim

Published on: June 18, 2020

Insurance companies know that when our office represents an injured worker or injured accident victim we will fight for the clients – including taking cases to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, where Dan Siegel has never lost a case.

Here’s one example. We represented a ballet dancer who was injured at work and settled her claim. The settlement specified that she would receive six months of future medical care. Within days of the settlement, our client found herself quarantined and her doctor’s office closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. For nearly three months, she was homebound and it was impossible for her to receive the care she was entitled to.

When the quarantine ended, we asked the insurance company to extend her medical care for the period during which it was impossible for her to get care. The insurance company’s answer was “No.”

So, we advised the insurance company that we thought the Pennsylvania courts might not agree with their refusal to extend the period for our client to receive medical care. We also filed a Court Petition to begin that process.

In less than one hour the insurance company “reconsidered” and agreed to provide the care our client had bargained for. Case over.

Insurance companies know that we fight for our clients. Our office’s cases have protected or extended the benefits for more injured workers and accident victims over the past decade than any firm’s in Pennsylvania. We get results.

No billboards, no TV ads, just results.

We fight for our clients – whether or not it is during a pandemic – because it is the right thing to do. If you believe an insurance company is taking advantage of you, just give us a call at (610) 446-3457 or click here to send an e-mail.