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Workers’ Compensation Lawyers

Suffering an injury on the job can be devastating. Coupled with the mental and psychological strain, the medical bills will be devastating to handle when you lose your paycheck. Even worse is the unhelpfulness of insurance companies who will deny or dispute your claims for all sorts of reasons, leaving you and your family at a considerable disadvantage to deal with everything.

Our workers compensation attorneys at Get It Done Law understand how difficult your situation will be and work on providing timely, dedicated representation to thousands of severely injured workers. To strategize your case and ensure you have an attorney by your side.

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Should You File a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

If you have been hurt on the job, you may be facing medical bills and lost wages. You should never feel like you must wait to discover the extent of your injury or the seriousness of the damages or decide not to report because you get the feeling the injury was your fault. According to the Workers’ Compensation Act, workers “forthwith report” injuries that occur at work to their employer.

The Worker’s Compensation Act covers:

  • Workplace accidents or injuries

  • Lost wages

  • Ongoing care for more severe injuries

  • Work-related illnesses

  • Repetitive injuries

  • Funeral costs and death benefits

  • Disability benefits

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How Does a Workers’ Compensation Attorney Can Help Me?

As insurance companies will try to minimize claims like yours or deny them altogether, it can be very tedious to go through the system alone, not to mention the complexity of the worker’s comp system. Having an experienced workers’ compensation attorney by your side can help you with building up a solid and strong case coupled with strong and aggressive representation to protect your rights.

An experienced Workers’ Compensation attorney can:

  • Explain your rights to you
  • Negotiate with the insurance company and their representatives
  • Bring the case before the Industrial Commission
  • Represent you at a hearing
  • File a lawsuit
  • Identifying if you also have third-party negligence claims and personal injury cases