Don’t risk an unfair denial or reduction of your compensation! Let our workplace accident attorneys fight for you.
Have you been injured in a workplace accident? You are almost certainly entitled to some form of compensation, which may be available through workers’ comp or through a personal injury claim. Unfortunately, many injured workers fail to receive the benefits they need and deserve, because they do not know what type of claim to file or how to file it.
Don’t Miss Out on Your Compensation!
Let Fair Cases Law Group Fight for You
With Fair Cases Law Group on your side, you do not have to worry about mistakes in the handling of your workplace accident injury claim resulting in a reduction or denial of your compensation. Instead, you can trust us to secure full and fair compensation for your injuries. Depending on the facts of your case, this may include payment for:
- Medical costs
- Lost wages
- Lost earning power
- Rehabilitation costs
- Long-term care
- Vocational retraining
- Emotional distress
In the case of a fatal workplace accident, we can also help family members secure death benefits.
Now You May Wonder…
…How Do I Know What Type of Workplace Accident Claim to File?
The best way to figure out whether you need to file a workers’ compensation claim or a personal injury claim is to consult an experienced workplace accident attorney. You can rely on Fair Cases Law Group to identify the best option in your specific case.
Most workplace accidents call for a workers’ compensation claim. The advantage here is that there is no need to prove liability for the accident. In other words, even if you caused your own accident and injuries, you can still qualify for benefits as long as your injury was incurred in the course or scope of your employment. The disadvantage is that you cannot receive compensation for your pain and suffering under workers’ compensation laws.
If your accident was caused by the negligence of a third party, it is typically more advantageous to pursue a personal injury claim. This will allow you to recover a greater range of damages, including pain and suffering. For example, if you were hit by a drunk driver while out making deliveries or if you were injured by a defective product at work, you could sue the driver or the product manufacturer and probably recover more compensation that you could through workers’ compensation.
You Can Afford a Workplace Accident Attorney
At Fair Cases Law Group, we provide quality representation everyone can afford. We take cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning you do not have to pay us a penny for our services until we win your case. We also offer free initial consultations to help you understand your rights and options. To request a consultation, please call us at 833-324-7111 today.