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Workers Compensation: Do You Have A Case?
When you suffer from a company’s negligence or injury in the workplace, it can come with great surprise to the limitations of what workers compensation excludes for damages sustained. You may be entitled to recover workers compensation benefits under the law. But what happens if your employer or the insurance company attempts to deny or limit your benefits? That’s when you need a workers’ compensation lawyer. An accomplished workers compensation attorney can cut through the red tape, stall tactics and help recover the benefits and money you deserve.
Most Common Workplace Injuries
- Overexertion Injuries
- Falling from Heights
- Reaction Injuries (Caused by slipping and tripping without falling)
- Falling Objects
- Walking Into Injuries (Happens when a person runs into concrete objects, walls, doors, glass windows, etc)
- Vehicle Accidents
- Machine Entanglement
- Repetitive Motion Injuries
- On the Job Violent Acts
Should I Contact a Lawyer for a Construction Accident?
Find out if you have a construction injury claim by answering the questions below:
- Were you injured while driving a company vehicle?
- Did you sustain injuries from a defective product in the workplace?
- While in the workplace, were you injured resulting from chemical, electrical or any other toxic substances?
- Did you sustain an injury while working in conditions that were not compliant with state regulations?
- Does your employer carry workers’ compensation insurance?
- Is there a majority dispute with the insurance company?
If a construction accident has sadly led to death, you may want to pursue a wrongful death lawsuit
Important: Time Limit to File Injury Claim
State law limits how long you have after an injury occurs until you file an injury claim. If you’ve been hurt in an accident or due to negligence, it’s critical you speak to a local personal injury lawyer as soon as possible, to see if you have a claim and can get money for your injuries, lost income, and medical bills.