Did You Experience A Work-Related Injury?
If your insurance company or employer does not play fair after being injured on the job, you need the right legal assistance to help fight for your compensation.
What Is Workers' Compensation?
Workers' Compensation, also known as Workers' Comp, is a system that provides financial compensation to individuals to cover expenses such as medical bills, lost income, physical therapy, and vocational training for employees who suffered a work-related injury or illness.
There are a number of different types of Workers' Compensation benefits. Workers' Comp claims can be exceedingly complicated, with time-consuming processes that are difficult to navigate without the help of an experienced attorney. If you've been injured on the job, the attorneys at Janet, Janet, & Suggs, LLC can help you recover lost wages & income, medical & vocational rehabilitation costs, new job training expenses & settlement payments at the end of your case. Don't suffer in silence -- let us help you today!
Navigating The Workers' Comp. Process
Filing a workers' compensation claim can be a difficult, complicated process. Insurance companies may not disclose all of the benefits that you may be entitled to should you be injured on the job.
Generally, workers’ compensation is regarded as a substitute for any lawsuit filed by an employee against their employer. However, if the benefits you are entitled to through workers compensation are not enough to meet your needs, our nation-wide team of lawyers can help your pursue alternative options.
Common Occupations For Workers' Compensation Claims
Any employee can suffer an injury at work for which he or she can file a workers' compensation claim. However, certain industries and occupations tend to result in more claims:
Commercial Fishing or Farming
Home Construction & Home Repair
Industrial Machine Operations, Repair or Installation
Electrical or Utility Work
Have You Experienced The Following On The Job?
Slips & Falls
Back & Neck Injuries
Strains From Lifting
Amputation & Disfigurement
Sprains, Strains, & Fractures
Redundant Tasks That Require Operating Heavy Machinery
Joint Pain In The Knees, Elbows, And Other Joint Areas
Automobile Accidents While Working
Exposure To Hazardous Materials In The Workplace
If you have suffered any workplace injury, including one listed above, please contact JJS for a free, no-obligation consultation. Our team of experienced workers' compensation attorneys will review your case to make sure that you have received all of the benefits to which you are entitled.
Why You Should Hire An Experienced Workers' Compensation Attorney
While there is no requirement that you hire an experienced workers' compensation attorney to file a claim, there are several situations where it may be advantageous to do so:
Completing Claim Forms
Most workers' compensation filing forms are lengthy and in-depth, with complicated questions and unclear date requirements. These forms often ask for a great deal of information. By having an experienced attorney work with you to complete them, you maximize your chances of filing on-time, having your claim accepted and obtaining all of the compensation to which you are entitled.
Handling Employer Disputes
If your claim is disputed by your employer or your employer's insurance company, you will be required to provide detailed documentation, including medical records, to support your claim and resolve the dispute. An experienced attorney will know exactly what information to provide in order to satisfy these requests and help you to realize a positive outcome.
Appealing Denied Claims
Regardless of the merits of your workers' compensation claim, some employers or insurance companies will deny it, hoping that the complex, time-consuming appeal process will deter you from moving forward. An attorney can help you navigate this process, ensure you have provided all necessary documentation to support your claim and maximize your chances of a positive result.
Securing A Fair & Reasonable Settlement
In any workers' compensation case, you are the only person fighting for the compensation you deserve. It is important to remember that your employer, your employer's insurance company and the judge approving the settlement are not advocating for you or your best interests.
Obtaining Permanent Partial Disability
If you have suffered a severe, life-altering injury that prevents you from returning to your previous job or ever working again, you may be entitled to weekly disability payments for life. However, insurance companies will do everything possible to avoid paying these benefits. An experienced attorney can help to ensure that you receive this additional compensation if you are entitled to it.
Case Results & Verdicts
At Janet, Janet & Suggs, LLC, we believe that all cases, no matter their size, deserve justice. We know that a preventable injury or the death of a loved one can have a devastating impact on your life, which is why we are committed to fighting for the maximum compensation you need. As a firm, we have recovered billions in verdicts and settlements for victims, including:
CONSTRUCTION SITE PARALYSIS VERDICT
COMMERCIAL VEHICLE COLLISION SETTLEMENT
18-WHEELER CRASH SETTLEMENT
PERSONAL INJURY VERDICT
WHY HIRE JANET, JANET & SUGGS, LLC?
WHY HIRE JANET, JANET & SUGGS, LLC?
For more than 30 years, the award-winning drug injury lawyers at Janet, Janet & Suggs, LLC have been dedicated to uncovering wrongdoing and fighting for the justice injury victims deserve. We have a proven track record of success, having obtained substantial verdicts and settlements – many in record-breaking amounts – on behalf of our clients. We will not stop until you receive the justice you deserve.
No matter the size of your case, we know the devastating impact a preventable injury can have on you and your family. That is why we are committed to fighting for the maximum compensation you need to get back on your feet after an injury.
You may be entitled to compensation
We know the devastation often caused by workplace injuries and are committed to helping our clients get the compensation they deserve to help cover lost income, medical bills and more.
Have questions about your rights or think you have a case? Contact us for a free, no obligation consultation.