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Bradenton Workers' Compensation
Has your on-the-job injury prevented you from earning a paycheck? Are your medical bills and other expenses becoming more than you can bear? We may be able to help.
At Morgan & Morgan, we understand that a workplace accident can cause life-altering consequences for you and your family. Your injury is stressful in itself, but the financial burden of unpaid expenses can further complicate your situation. You shouldn’t have to carry the cost of an accident you didn’t cause; you deserve to be compensated fairly for your pain.
If you or a loved one have been injured in an on-the-job accident and your workers’ compensation claim has been unjustly denied, contact our Bradenton office today. Our specialized workers’ compensation attorneys will work with your case every step of the way and never settle for a penny less than you deserve.
Fill out a free, no-obligation case evaluation today to get started.
How Can a Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Help?
If you’ve been injured while performing the tasks outlined in your job description, you deserve to be compensated fairly. Our workers’ compensation attorneys will work with you every step of the way and prevent a third party from undervaluing your claim.
Here are some situations that would qualify for workers’ compensation benefits:
- Head injuries (traumatic brain injuries, concussions)
- Other physical injuries (broken bones, torn muscles, herniated spinal discs)
- Occupational conditions (Mesothelioma, hearing/sight impairments)
What Could I Recover with Workers’ Compensation?
Florida’s Division of Workers’ Compensation allows injured workers to recover the following assets:
- Medical expenses
- Lost wages (after first 7 days)
- Partial/total disability benefits (depending on the severity of injury)
- Impairment benefits
Your situation could qualify you for benefits but your employer could be holding up your claim. Our Florida workers’ compensation lawyers have extensive experience in these types of situations and can assist you in navigating your unethical employer. If you find yourself in a situation like this, contact us for more information.
How Do You Appeal a Denied Workers’ Compensation Claim?
A denied workers’ compensation claim doesn’t necessarily mean you’re ineligible for benefits. Insurance companies have been known to act out of financial greed and actively attempt to block injured workers from receiving the compensation they’re entitled to. In some cases, they have even accused employees of deceit and fraud.
However, you always have the option to appeal your denied claim. This process can become complicated and has many steps, so it’s important to team up with a firm you trust. Our attorneys can guide you through the appeal and protect you from an overbearing insurance company.
But don’t wait: Florida only allows 2 years to file a petition for benefits, so it’s important to act quickly.
Can I Afford an Attorney?
In the most difficult moments of your life, Morgan & Morgan has your back. Securing efficient representation can seem like a daunting task, but we’ve made it easy. When you join our team, you pay nothing out-of-pocket for our assistance. Our fee is taken from the favorable settlement or jury award so you don’t have to worry about another expense during your recovery.
Contact Morgan & Morgan
If you or a loved one have had their workers’ compensation claim incorrectly denied, we understand and are here to help. Our firm fights For The People, Not The Powerful, and we’re eager to include you in our success.
Fill out a free, no-risk case evaluation form and see why there’s only one Morgan & Morgan.