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Why Do I Need A Lawyer For Workers' Compensation In California?

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Answered by Nikki Mehrpoo Jacobson, 2 months ago

How do I get the medical care I need in a worker's compensation case in Florida?

In Florida, all workers' compensation cases begin by asking your employer for medical care for an accident-related injury. If a physician …

Answered by Barry A. Stein, 3 months ago

How long may I receive worker’s compensation medical benefits in Florida?

In Florida, Worker’s compensation medical benefits are to be provided to allow you to recover from your work related injury. If you have a …

Answered by Barry A. Stein, 10 months ago

Why Do I Need A Lawyer For Workers' Compensation In Florida?

Florida’s workers' compensation laws are so complicated and difficult to understand that it’s virtually impossible for an injured …

Answered by Glen D. Wieland, 1 year ago

Do I Need A Lawyer For A Workers Comp Case In Pennsylvania?

If you’ve been injured on the job in Pennsylvania, you can pursue a workers' compensation claim for medical costs and …

Answered by Jeffrey S. Gross, 1 year ago

Do I need a lawyer for workers compensation case in Florida?

Yes because there are two benefits, and only two benefits, which you receive in a workers' compensation case. You get medical expenses that …

Answered by Barry A. Stein, 2 years ago

As a New York State business owner do I need workers' compensation insurance? What are my rights when my workers alleges he was injured on the job? Who will pay for the medical bills and lost wages if I am not able to pay?

 Yes. I have represented many business owners who have failed to obtain the required workers' compensation coverage. The failure …

Answered by Leslie G. Tilles, 3 years ago

I have heard about settlements in New York Workers' Compensation known as a Schedule Loss of Use and a Section 32. Can you explain I only injured my arm?

There are many different types of settlements. As your attorney, it would be my job to review the needs of the injured worker both …

Answered by Leslie G. Tilles, 3 years ago

If I collect workers’ compensation in North Carolina, can I sue my employer or someone else for my injury?

The circumstances surrounding a work injury can be complicated. Under North Carolina’s Workers’ Compensation Act, most employers are …

Answered by George Francisco, 3 years ago

Can I sue my employer after an on the job accident in New York City?

If you are hurt on the job in New York City or surrounding areas, you will want to file a claim with the Workers' Compensation Board. While you …

Answered by Herbert Subin, 3 years ago

Can I be fired for pursuing my rights to workers' compensation in Minnesota?

It is illegal for an employer to fire you for hiring an attorney, filing a workers' compensation claim, otherwise intentionally …

Answered by Michael G. Schultz, 3 years ago

Under the Illinois Workers' Compensation Act, does my employer have to take me back to work after my doctor releases me from medical care due to a work-related accident?

No, your employer does not have to provide you with employment after you are released by your doctor.  However, if your doctor releases you to …

Answered by Arnold G. Rubin, 3 years ago

If I am unable to return to work after my New York State work related injury, can I apply for Social Security Disability?

Yes. Workers' compensation and Social Security cases work well together. The injured worker can receive both workers' compensation …

Answered by Leslie G. Tilles, 3 years ago

If my employer has disputed my claim for a work related injury am I entitled to New York State Disability or private disabiltiy benefits ?

Yes. Once you have notified your employer verbally or in writing of the accident and have filed your claim with the New York State …

Answered by Leslie G. Tilles, 3 years ago

Would my injury or accident at work be considered a workers' compensation case in New York or just a personal injury case?

With few exceptions, every worker in the state of New York is covered by his or her employer's workers' compensation insurance …

Answered by Leslie G. Tilles, 3 years ago

Do I Need A Lawyer For Workers Comp In South Carolina?

Workers' compensation laws were established to provide a no fault means of compensating injured workers or their dependants for being injured in …

Answered by Luther J. Battiste, III, 3 years ago

Do I need a lawyer if I had a work accident in Delaware?

It is essential that you retain legal counsel if you are in a work accident in Delaware. The insurance companies involved in any work accident in …

Answered by Robert E. McCann, 3 years ago

Do I need a lawyer if I had a work accident in Pennsylvania?

If you have been injured while working in Pennsylvania, you should immediately consult an experienced attorney who will put you in the best position …

Answered by Robert E. McCann, 3 years ago

Do I Need A Lawyer For A Workers Comp Case In Massachusetts?

Regardless of the circumstances of your workers’ compensation claim, you are entitled to obtain an attorney.  If your injuries are severe …

Answered by Zachary B. Lang, 3 years ago

I Hurt My Back At Work Should I Get A Lawyer In Wisconsin?

Back Injuries: Common Work Injuries Back injuries surpass other types of Wisconsin work injuries in both regularity and cost. A …

Answered by Charlie Domer, 3 years ago

Are undocumented Immigrants entitled to New Jersey Workers' Compensation benefits?

Some undocumented New Jersey immigrants work as day laborers in high-risk occupations such as roofing and construction and others work in …

Answered by Randy Grossman, 3 years ago

What kind of workers' compensation benefits are available in North Carolina?

North Carolina state law requires employers to carry workers' compensation insurance. The purpose of the insurance is to provide a type of …

Answered by Brian M. Ricci, 4 years ago

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