Workers’ Compensation

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Get What You Deserve, Fair & Square

Have you been injured on the job? Suppose a workplace injury or illness has hampered your ability to continue working or has hindered your ability to enjoy other aspects of your life. In that case, you may be entitled to compensation including payment of your medical bills and payment for wage losses.

Workers' compensation claims can be complex or difficult, especially if your employer is unwilling to compensate you fairly. An experienced workers' compensation attorney can help you navigate this process and get what you deserve.

When Do I Need a Workers' Compensation Attorney?

When it comes to accidents, you should get legal help as quickly as possible to get the compensation you deserve. If you have suffered a work-related injury, rely on our lawyers to walk you through the process. The sooner you call, the sooner we can help you, especially in cases involving statutes of limitations.

Take Quick Action

You may only have a small window of time in which to file your claim. Insurance companies are unlikely to dispute claims that don't result in permanent injuries or involve long periods of work. If your ability to work has been affected or you are having trouble getting the treatment you need, contact us today.

Prioritizing Your Interests

Our professionals will advocate for your interests. We will help you file necessary documents and meet important deadlines, as well as help you gather the information and evidence needed to support your case. You're much more likely to receive a higher settlement when a worker's comp attorney is involved as we understand the law and know how to negotiate.

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How a Workers' Comp Attorney Can Help You

There are many instances in which hiring a workers' comp attorney can help you, especially if your circumstances are not straightforward: 

  • If you have already filed a claim and it has been denied for any reason: A lawyer can help appeal the denial and present your case at a hearing.

  • If you have a pre-existing condition involving the same body part that was injured at work: This will likely be an uphill battle that requires an experienced attorney.

  • In case you’re having trouble getting the treatment you need: Insurance companies often deny or delay in approving expensive medical treatments. A lawyer can put pressure on the insurance company to approve the necessary medical treatments in a timely manner.

  • Suppose your ability to work has been affected: A lawyer can help you maximize your workers’ comp benefits and help you secure training if you need to change careers.

  • Suppose your employer attempts to stop or modify your workers’ compensation benefits: An attorney can help protect your rights to workers’ compensation if you are still affected by your injuries.

  • You’re receiving other government benefits: If you’re receiving other benefits, these may be reduced if you receive workers’ compensation benefits. A lawyer can help you receive the maximum amount of benefits with minimal to no offsets.

  • When you have a workers’ comp hearing: If the insurance company refuses to settle or makes low settlement offers, you will need to prove your case at a hearing. A lawyer will be able to represent your best interests.

Injuries Covered by Workers' Compensation

The types of injuries covered by workers' compensation can be connected in some way to an employment requirement or condition.

Some examples might include:

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome caused by too many consecutive hours at the computer or engaging in repetitive tasks

  • Back pain from frequent bending or lifting

  • Chronic respiratory conditions from working in a building with inadequate airflow and chemicals

  • Shoulder-related injuries from carrying heavy objects

In order to receive workers' compensation, you must have been employed at the time of your injury, and the injury must have been a result of the employment.

To know if your injury or illness falls under workers’ comp, speak with our work injury attorney today.

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