Workers’ Compensation Attorneys in Palm Harbor, FL
Palm Harbor Workers' Compensation
35686 US Highway 19 N
Palm Harbor, FL 34683
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Palm Harbor Workers' Compensation
Whether you’re a teacher, nurse, construction worker, or truck driver, accidents can happen while you’re on the job. That’s why the Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR) in Florida requires most employers to purchase workers’ compensation coverage for their employees. However, when a work accident does occur, some insurance companies may try to downplay your injuries, or your employer may retaliate against you to avoid granting the benefits you need to cover expenses.
Not only are these tactics wrong, they are also illegal.
At Morgan & Morgan, our team of workers’ compensation attorneys is expert in handling cases like these. With over 30 years and a proven track record of getting results for our clients, our firm is ready to fight for you. For more information on how our team of specialized attorneys may be able to help your case, please fill out our free, no-obligation case evaluation form today.
If you have been injured on the job, don’t wait to file for your claim. Florida’s law requires you to claim your benefits within 30 days of your initial injuries to receive coverage and gives only 2 years to file a lawsuit for any lost wages.
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How Can a Workers’ Compensation Attorney Help Me?
When you've been injured at work, one of the most important decisions you will make is the attorney you hire to handle the case.
If you hire a Morgan & Morgan workers' compensation attorney, we'll get straight to work on your behalf. Our expertise in advocating for workers will help you navigate through the process of recovering the benefits you are rightfully owed after the insurance company has denied your claim.
Your attorney may review your claim to ensure there is no missing or incorrect information. If your original claim was denied, your attorney may walk you through the appeal process to ensure you're making the most beneficial steps for your case. Ultimately, if your claim is denied, your attorney can help you file a lawsuit against your employer or any third party involved in your case.
If you have any questions about your workers' compensation benefits or if your insurance company has denied you coverage, we may be able to help. Contact our Palm Harbor office, or please fill out our free, no-obligation case evaluation form today.
What Kind of Benefits Can I Recover?
When you file for workers' compensation benefits in the state of Florida, depending on your injuries, you may be entitled to recover the following:
Wrongful Death: If an employee lost their life due to a work accident, death benefits could be owed to the survivors in the form of funeral expenses, education coverage, and financial coverage.
Loss of Wages: In the state of Florida, there are three types of wage loss benefits available to you. Temporary total disability (TTD), in most cases, covers about 66% of your regular wages. Temporary partial disability (TPD) provides coverage if you are able to return to work but are unable to earn the same wages as before your injuries. TPD can pay you up to 80% of the difference between your wages before your injury vs. what you are able to earn now. Impairment benefits can pay for permanent disability that is a direct result of your work injury.
Medical: Your medical benefits may cover hospital stays, doctor's appointments, treatments, prescription drugs, physical therapy, or rehabilitation bills. In some cases, it may also cover travel expenses that are directly related to your injuries.
Let Us Fight For You
For over 30 years, Morgan & Morgan have been fighting For The People and have won over $15 billion for our clients. If you or a loved one have been injured on the job, our team of expert attorneys may be able to help you receive the compensation you deserve. To get started, please fill out our free, no-obligation case evaluation form to have one of our attorneys contact you.