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Have You Suffered a Work-Related Injury?

If you’ve experienced a workplace injury and are uncertain about the next steps for your claim, explore the following to determine if engaging a workers’ compensation lawyer is the right choice for you.

I Was Injured at Work. Should I Hire an Attorney?

If you suffered a work-related injury and are not sure whether to handle the case on your own or consult with a workers’ compensation lawyer, there are some things to consider that will help you decide.

1. Was the injury more severe than a cut with a few stitches or a twisted ankle? If so, then you should contact an attorney to evaluate your claim.

2. Did you miss more than a few hours or a day of work because of the injury? If you did, then an attorney should review your claim.

3. Is your employer denying the injury that happened at work? If so, then you should contact an attorney to review the details of the injury.

My Employer Is Denying My Workers Compensation Claim

Is your employer denying your claim or refusing to pay your workers’ compensation benefits? If so, your employer is banking on the fact that most work-injured victims don’t appeal when their employers reject their claims. A workers’ compensation attorney can help you fight the rejected claim and get you the best payout possible.

The Settlement Amount My Employer Is Offering Me Doesn’t Cover My Medical Expenses or Lost Wages

You can file a work injury claim yourself, however, it’s important to have an experienced professional evaluate your case before filing a claim. This is because the insurance company will either make it difficult for your claim to be filed or will offer you a low settlement amount. A workers’ compensation lawyer has handled several work injury claims and will know how to file yours to get you the best outcome possible.

How Much Will a Lawyer Charge Me?

Workers’ compensation lawyers take cases on contingency which means that they won’t charge you anything until your case is won. Consulting with a workers compensation lawyer is also free so you don’t pay to speak with an experienced workers injury lawyer. Complete the FREE CONSULTATION FORM to schedule a call today.