If you have been injured on the job or at your workplace, you need the right medical care to recover from your injuries. Depending on the severity of your injury, you may require long-term medical care and may not be able to work during your rehabilitation. If you represent yourself and work directly with the worker’s comp insurance team, you likely won’t be given any information on how to get medical treatment or temporary total disability (compensation while not able to work).
Navigating the worker’s comp process can be overwhelming with critical steps to follow, forms to complete and file by certain deadlines, and providing evidence to the insurance adjuster. Any misstep along the way can cost you crucial benefits that you need or cause you to miss out on available medical care.
Our workers compensation lawyers work directly with you and the insurance company to handle all the paperwork and documentation to get you the medical care and benefits you need to recover from your injury. It’s essential that you get the time and resources you need to address your workplace injury and get compensated for any time off of work.