What Is Workman’s Compensation?
Workers’ Compensation law strictly deals with rights of employees who have suffered a work-related injury.
Injuries in workers’ compensation are not limited to orthopedic injuries but also include a wide variety of fields of medicine such as: internal medicine, psychiatric medicine, neurology, urology and dental.
With the right legal team, injured workers will receive benefits including: temporary disability, permanent disability awards, current and future medical treatment and supplemental job displacement vouchers.
What We Will Need To Know
- Are you an employee?
- Even if you are classified as an independent contractor, you can still be considered and employee for the purposes of workers’ compensation benefits.
- Did you suffer an injury while working?
- How long have you worked for your current employer?
- Are you currently working for your employer?
- Do you have any symptoms concerning your muscles, joints, bones, internal medicine (including but not limited to, hypertension, diabetes, and heart conditions), neurologic complaints, teeth or any other bodily system?
- Do you suffer from stress or anxiety at work?
- Are you unsure your condition is work related but want to see a doctor at no coast to you?
- Were you terminated from work? How long did you work for your employer? Do you believe you were terminated due to an injury?
- Please include your full name, phone number and email address.