If you are an employee who has suffered an injury or death as a result of work-related accident, more than likely you are entitled to workers compensation benefits.
It’s a sad reality that some employers knowingly or unknowingly subject their employees to unsafe working conditions. Unfortunately, when this happens, workers can suffer in more ways than one. From life-altering injuries that demand ongoing medical treatment to lost wages, workplace accidents can hurt employees physically, financially, and emotionally.
Our law firm has represented hundreds of injured workers in cases ranging from relatively simple claims to catastrophic injuries and death. We know how the system works and are able to maximize the recovery of your behalf.
Moreover, if the negligence of a third party (a person or company other than your employer) contributed to causing your injury, you may be able to bring a lawsuit against that party—even if you’re also receiving workers’ compensation benefits from your employer.
While the statutory law is complex we have significant experience in determining the benefits you are entitled to receive and our law firm has the advocacy skills and knowledge needed to succeed on your claim.
After a workplace accident, you may feel as if you’re alone and without options. Don’t let these negative feelings consume you. Instead, empower yourself by contacting McCord & Burns Law Firm for your initial consultation.
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