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Broward County Workers Compensation- Job Injury Lawyer

Written by lisaspitzer. Posted in Hurt On The Job, Injured On The Job, Injured Worker News

Were You Injured On The Job?

Were You Hurt On The Job In Pembroke Pines, Hollywood, Hallandale, Davie, Fort Lauderdale, Pompano Beach, Coral Springs, or any place in Broward?

Speak to one of our workers compensation lawyers if your benefits were deneid. A Workers Compensation appeals lawyer may be able to help you.

Orthopedic Injury: Fractures, rotator cuff, knee, shoulder, elbow injury

Neurological Injury: Spinal cord, Tranumatic head Injury, Trauma

Burns

Environmental toxins causing ling disease

Pulmonary Injury: Lung disease, asthma, bronchitus

Scars and skin injury

Speak to one of our qualified work comp lawyers and get help now.

 

Fort Lauderdale Workers Compensation Appeals Lawyer

Written by lisaspitzer. Posted in Fort Lauderdale workers compensation appeals lawyer

Fort Lauderdale  On The Job Injury Lawyers and workers compensation appeals attorneys

Get help to appeal your workers compensation denial of benefits with a  Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, Pompano Beach, Deerfield Beach, Coral Springs, Pembroke Pines, Hallandale Beach workers compensation appeals lawyer.

Work Related Injuries can end your ability to work

Work related injuries could limit or end your ability to perform your usual occupation. Whether these work related injuries last a few days or the remainder of your life, their affects are far-reaching. Work related injuries can result in permanent disability. Often, they result in financial losses: work related injuries can require costly medical treatment and recuperation time may mean lost wages.

Denied Benefits?

Get A Workers Fort Lauderdale Compensation Appeals Lawyer

Because of the amount of variance between the workers compensation laws from one state to another, it is strongly advised that you consult with  a workers compensation lawyer who understands the laws that apply to  your state. An attorney in your state  will be able to  interpret the state and federal laws that apply to you. They will be able to provide  information and help to ensure you receive a full recovery of all funds to which  you are entitled. For more information or to schedule a private consultation with one of our workers compensation attorneys in your area, contact us today.

There Are Many Reasons To Act Now
Contact Us For a Fort Lauderdale Workers Compensation  Appeals Lawyer

Workers compensation is a system of laws with guidelines and procedures that vary from occupation to occupation, and from state to state. If you have been injured on the job you will need an experienced workers compensation lawyer to guide you thru the complex maize of insurance companies, medical benefits  IME's, (independent medical exams) and  forms. Remember it is not in your employers or their insurance carriers best interest for you to stay out of work and collect benefits. They will do their utmost to avoid it. If your employer did not get the mandatory workers comp insurance you will need a lawyer to look into third party liability, a personal or other means of protecting your best interests.  Workers compensation cases can often pit the interests of a sick or injured worker against the interests of an employer. And rest assured, your employer is not on your side. For this reason, the workers' compensation claim process can be adversarial and difficult and will often necessitate the use of an aggressive For the Injured Worker lawyer who is experienced with regard to workers' compensation claims.
Workers compensation insurance is required for almost all employers in the U.S. that have at least three employees. State and federal laws require that employers carry workers compensation insurance in order to protect employees injured or killed on the job or made ill by the conditions at their place of work. 

a Fort Lauderdale  workers compensation lawyer can help you receive include:

▪   Payment of  medical bills
▪   disability income if you are permanently disabled
▪   a portion of lost wages
▪   vocational rehabilitation
▪   death benefits for the dependents of a deceased employee