Workers Compensation, Hurt on the Job

Have you been injured on the job? An injury at work can have lifelong implications on your life and impact your ability to work in your chosen profession. Do you know what you are entitled to in the event of an accident? Do you know how to file a claim? Perhaps you want to file a claim or simply hope to get some paid time off of work while you recuperate. Florida Injury and Accident Lawyers are experienced with worker’s compensation claims and are prepared to defend you to seek the support and compensation you deserve or if necessary, take your case to court.

 

What are you entitled to?

When considering settlement, it is important to know what workers’ compensation benefits you are entitled to, and what rights you are relinquishing, as part of a proposed settlement agreement. There are different types of benefits. Contact us for a free consultation and we can explain to you what these benefits are:
  • Permanent Partial Disability
  • Temporary Total Disability (Time Loss Compensation)

What about my unpaid medical bills?

Your workers' comp claim entitles you to continued medical care for your injury or illness. And if your injuries were relatively minor, you may be seeking only to have your medical bills paid for by your employer under your worker’s compensation claim. Your employer may offer you a lump-sum settlement in exchange for your agreement to not pursue any further reimbursement for medical costs or other workers’ compensation benefits.

 

Our Workers' Compensation Attorneys Can Help

Never assume that an employer or their insurance company cares about your injury or if you receive fair compensation for it. The playing field is NOT level. Employers and their insurance company have many attorneys who know the workers' compensation system available to them and will work against you. Level the playing field by securing the qualified legal counsel of an experienced workers' compensation lawyer today, who will fight for your legal rights and help you get the medical care and compensation you deserve. Call Florida Injury and Accident Lawyers today and get free legal advice.

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Hiring an attorney to represent your legal rights is an important decision. Ask us for our credentials before you hire one of our workers’ compensation attorneys. We are here to help you 24/7. And remember, if we are unable to win your case, there is no cost to you. That is our "Fee Guarantee". Please fill out our on line case form for your free case evaluation or you can call 1-800-755-8998.

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What is Workers' Compensation

Federal and state workers' compensation (sometimes called workers comp, workman's comp or workmen's compensation) laws were created to ensure that employees who are injured on-the-job are provided with fixed monetary awards. This eliminates the need for litigation and creates an easier process for the employee. It also helps control the financial risks for employers since many states limit the amount an injured employee can recover from an employer. Specifically, workers' compensation is insurance that the employer is required by law to carry in case an employee is injured on-the-job, becomes ill due to circumstances surrounding their job, becomes temporarily or permanently disabled, or even if death results from their job. All employers who have 4 or more part-time or full-time employees must provide workers' compensation insurance. It is the law in all 50 states. Call Florida Injury and Accident Lawyers for your free consultation.

Although workers' compensation laws vary by state, covered medical care generally includes medical, surgical and hospital services, dental services, crutches, hearing aids, chiropractic treatment, physical therapy, nursing care, and prescribed medications. You may also be eligible for additional monetary compensation if you are temporarily unable to work for more than a certain number of calendar days set by state law, hospitalized as an in-patient, or become permanently disabled due to a job-related injury or illness. The right to receive medical treatment at the employer's expense typically continues as long as treatment is reasonable and necessary to treat the injury.

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