By law, workers’ compensation is supposed to guarantee specific benefits to anyone who gets hurt while on the job, even in the case where the worker is the one that caused the accident. Unfortunately, receiving the benefits you are legally owed is not always an open and shut case.

For instance, your employer may say your injury did not happen at work. Their insurance company may claim that you are entitled to fewer benefits than you should be getting. In addition, one or both may try pressuring you to return to work sooner than what your doctor is recommending.

But, it doesn’t have to be this way.

When you are injured at work, you need a workers’ compensation attorney on your side that truly cares about helping you. An attorney who thoroughly knows the law and exactly what to do every step of the way.

If this sounds familiar and your claim for workers’ compensation benefits are being denied or disputed, you should contact our office immediately.

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