As an employee, you have the reasonable expectation of a safe work environment and working conditions. If your employer has failed at providing these basic considerations and you have been injured, you may be eligible to seek financial benefits under Worker’s Compensation.
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Auto accidents and other serious incidents can lead to injuries that require extensive medical treatment, prescriptions, therapy, and time out of work. If you have been injured due to no fault of your own, you may be eligible to receive compensation from the responsible party.
Get in touch with us so we can evaluate your situation and help you determine how to move forward. The insurance adjusters will try to minimize the situation and get their client off with as little payment as possible.
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If you have been injured, sometimes the most difficult part of your situation is determining if you have a case.
Get in touch with us to schedule a FREE initial consultation so we can discuss the details of your case. Explain the entire situation to us and let us help you determine if you may be eligible for Worker's Compensation benefits or compensation from the responsible party in a personal injury case.
Trust us to guide you through and be your supportive and compassionate advocate throughout the process.
If you have been injured and cannot work, let us fight for your rights to receive temporary wage benefits, medical payments, and future support. If the insurance company is interested in settling with you, we can evaluate the opportunity for a lump sum settlement and help you determine if this is the right approach for your future wage, medical, and disability benefits.
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