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If you have been hurt on the job and need help with your Fort Lauderdale, Miami, West palm Beach workers compensation benefits call our worker's compensation helpline.
We have workers compensation lawyers Homestead, Workers compensation lawyers Miami, Miami Beach, Hollywood, Workers Compensation lawyer Fort Lauderdale, Pompano Beach, Workers compensation lawyer Boca Raton, Wokers compensation lawyer West Palm and all of Monroe, Dade, Broward and Palm Beach County Florida. Our workers compenstion lawyers can help with on the job injuries including: construction workers, hotel and restaurant workers, home health aides and hospital employees, civil servants, mechanics, garbage and waste removal, roofers, truck drivers, firemen, cab drivers, maritime workers, harbor workers, airport and port personnel, and all on the job accident and injuries.
Some of benefits injured workers are eligible for that our south Florida workers compensation lawyers can help with include:
* Temporary partial disability
* Temporary total disability
* Impairment benefits
Disabled World News (2011-03-31) – Florida law allows injured workers to seek compensation for injuries or illnesses they suffer while on the job: http://www.disabled-world.com/news/america/florida/work-injury-fl.php#ixzz2PRutyQX9
Our Workers Compensation Lawyers Can help Answer Your Questions Regarding Your Workers Comp Benefits
- How long after an accident do I have to report it to my employer?
- When should my employer report the injury to their insurance company?
- My employer will not report my injury to the insurance company. What can I do?
- What kind of medical treatment can I get?
- Do I have to pay any of my medical bills?
- Will I be paid if I lose time from work?
- How much will I be paid?
- Do I have to pay income tax on this money?
- When will I get my first check?
- If I'm only temporarily disabled, how long can I get these checks?
- Can I receive social security benefits and workers' compensation benefits at the same time?
- Can I receive unemployment compensation and workers' compensation benefits at the same time?
- What can I do if I am not receiving my benefit check?
- If I am unable to return to work until my doctor releases me, does my employer have to hold my job for me?
- Can my employer fire me if I am unable to work because of an injury and am receiving workers' compensation benefits?
- If I am unable to return to the type of work I did before I was injured, what can I do?
- My employer and the insurance company have denied my claim for workers' compensation benefits. Do I need legal representation to get my benefits? What should I do?
- What is the time limit for filing a Petition for Benefits?
- Is there a period of time after which my claim is no longer open?
- Can I get a settlement from my claim?
- If I settle my claim for medical benefits with the insurance company and my condition gets worse later, who pays for my future medical care, surgeries, etc?
- What can I do when it is difficult to get a prescription filled or I am having problems with the pharmacy where I get my workers’ compensation medication?
If you have been injured on the job call and speak to a workers compensation lawyer at no cost and protect your rights as an injured worker.
Florida dangerous jobs causing the most injury are: Fishermen, Aircraft Pilots, Flight Engineers, Farmers, Machine Operators, Roofers, Refuse and Recyclable Material Collectors, and Truck Drivers. South Florida workers compensation lawyers are accepting workers compensation cases for all Workers injured on the job in South Florida.
It is important to file your workers' compensation claim right away. In the event that your compensation is delayed, denied, or terminated prematurely, Florida workers' compensation lawyers will pursue the necessary steps to protect and enforce your right to receive all of your benefits.
Common Florida Workplace Injury
- Bruises and contusions,
- lacerations and cuts,
- Joint Injuries,
- Stress Fractures,
- Stress fractures
- Carpal Tunnel
- Injury to the: Wrist, Elbow, Shoulder, Biceps, Legs, Knees, Hips, Ankles, and Achilles.
- Chronic Pain
- Traumatic Brain Injury