The answer to this question depends on what you do for work. If you were work in various places and lack a fixed office then workers comp may cover you if you are in an auto accident on the way to work. For example, if you are a salesperson calling on a customer or a consultant en route to a client then you may be eligible for workers compensation if you are hurt.
However, if you work a more “traditional” job where you have a fixed and regular place of work and you are traveling to that store, factory, or office then workers comp likely won’t apply to your case. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t recover for your injuries. You may still be able to recover for your accident injuries if someone else’s negligence caused you harm.
If you are in doubt about whether workers comp covers your accident or if you have questions about how to protect your legal rights then it is important to consult with an experienced Pennsylvania car accident lawyer before signing anything or making any decisions regarding a potential recovery.