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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.

 

Palm Beach County Workers Compensation Lawyers

Written by lisaspitzer. Posted in Injured Worker News, Palm Beach County Workers Comp Lawyer

Injured On The Job?

Get a West Palm Beach Workers Compensation Lawyer At No Cost Tot You

Injured on the job in Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, Lake Worth, Wellington, Loxahatchee, Belle Glade, West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Jupiter, Pahokee or Okeechobee? Let us help you get a workers compensation lawyer.

Injured On The Job? We care and are on your side.

The Palm Beach County Risk Management Office Says:

We pledge to fully inform you of all workers’ compensation income benefits you are entitled to receive
to pay those benefits to you in a timely manner.
to pay all authorized medical expenses in a prompt and accurate manner.
to make every effort to work with you in returning you to your regular job should your injury require you to lose time from work.

If you need an attorney to assist in getting these pledges  call For The Injured Worker of The Palm Beaches today.

Florida Workers Compensation Lawyer Resources, Workers Compensation Appeals

Written by lisaspitzer. Posted in Injured Worker News

Florida Workers Compensation Advisory Boards

Florida Workers’ Compensation Joint Underwriting Association (FWCJUA) 

Created in section 627.311(4), Florida Statutes, the FWCJUA provides workers’ compensation and employers’ liability insurance to applicants who are required by law to maintain workers’ compensation and employers’ liability insurance but who are unable to purchase this insurance through the admitted voluntary market.

Florida Workers’ Compensation Insurance Guaranty Association (FWCIGA)

Created in section 631.911, Florida Statutes, the FWCIGA provides a source of funds for insureds whose insurance companies become insolvent.

Florida Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board (Appeals Board)

Created in section 627.291(2), Florida Statutes, the Appeals Board provides individuals an independent review of the employers’ classification code assigned to them by an insurance company for the purpose of establishing their workers’ compensation rate.

Division of Workers' Compensation

Bureau of Compliance District Offices

Click on a district below to view contact information for the Compliance field office locations around the state of Florida:

District 1-A District 1 District 4 District 3 District 7 District 2 District 5

Bureau of Compliance District Offices map

District 1 Offices

  • District Supervisor: Donald Bowman
Bureau of Compliance
921 N. Davis St.
Building B, Suite 250
Jacksonville, FL 32209
Tel  904-798-5806
Fax 904-353-2101

District 1-A Offices

  • District Supervisor: Patricia Krossman
Physical:
Bureau of Compliance
2012 Capital Circle SE
Hartman Building, Suite 106
Tallahassee, FL 32399-2161
Tel 850-413-1609
Fax 850-413-7848
Mailing:
Bureau of Compliance
200 East Gaines Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-4228

 

Bureau of Compliance
610 E. Burgess Rd
Pensacola, Florida 32504
Tel 850-453-7804
Fax 850-484-5111

District 2 Offices

  • District Supervisor: Mark Carlin
Bureau of Compliance
3111 South Dixie Highway, Suite 123
West Palm Beach, Florida 33405
Tel 561-837-5716
Fax 561-837-5416

District 3 Offices

  • District Supervisor: Swendy Ariyanayagam
Bureau of Compliance
1313 North Tampa Street, Suite 503
Tampa, FL 33602
Tel 813-221-6506
Fax 813-233-3742

District 4 Offices

  • District Supervisor: Vacant
Daytona Beach Regional Service Center
DFS Division of Workers' Compensation
Bureau of Compliance
210 North Palmetto Avenue
Suite 210, Box #10
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Tel 386-323-0906
Fax 386-226-7883

 

Bureau of Compliance
400 W. Robinson Street
North Tower, Suite N512
Orlando, Florida 32801-1756
Tel 407-835-4406, Option 3
Fax 407-999-5570

District 5 Offices

  • District Supervisor: Ken Howard
Bureau of Compliance
401 N.W. Second Avenue, Suite S-318
Miami, Florida 33128-1740
Tel 305-536-0306
Fax 305-377-7239

District 7 Offices

  • District Supervisor: Maria Seidler
Bureau of Compliance
2295 Victoria Ave. Suite #284
Fort Myers, Florida 33901
Tel 239-461-4006, Option 3
Fax 239-338-2786

Miami, Fort Lauderdale West Palm Beach Workers Compensation Lawyers

Written by lisaspitzer. Posted in Injured Worker News, South Florida Workers Compensation lawyer

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.