Were you injured on the job?
Workers compensation allows a variety of benefits such as payment of medical bills, sustaining living while you’re unable to work, and disability benefits. Your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance is responsible for paying these benefits. Call us today to get help in filing a claim and get the money to which you are entitled.
Every day in America, thousands of workers are injured on the job or suffer from work-related illness. If you have been injured on the job, you may be entitled to workers compensation, a state-mandated program. Call us today to speak with a workers compensation attorney. We’re prepared to investigate your claim and fight for your rights to workers compensation.
Workers’ compensation insurance coverage includes medical and rehabilitation costs and lost wages for employees injured on the job. Workers compensation laws vary from state to state so call s today and a workers’ compensation attorney in your area will explain to you the application process and the benefits to which you are entitled.
The main objectives of workers compensation in most states include:
- Help costs of medical care
- Temporary or permanent disability benefits designed to at least partially replace lost wages
- Vocational rehabilitation
- Educational assistance
- Death benefits
If You’ve Been Injured on the Job, you should notify your employer as quickly as possible. Your ability to receive benefits may be limited if you wait to notify your employer.
Promptly seek medical treatment for your injury and make sure to tell the doctor that your injury occurred on the job or in relation with your job. Make sure that once you’ve sought medical treatment for your injury, you contact us for a workers’ comp lawyer to help guide you through the process of applying for workers’ compensation.
Also, get the name of your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance carrier. You can still seek medical treatment and apply for workers’ compensation without this information, but it may be easier if you know the name of the insurance carrier.