For more than thirty years, we have represented and protected the rights of the injured worker. We have a staff of 90 dedicated and loyal professionals, including 17 attorneys and 8 hearing representatives, to see to it that you receive everything to which you are entitled. FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION • NO RECOVERY, NO FEE
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Specializing in Workers' Compensation Law, Social Security Law, and Federal Court Appeals at All Levels.
If you are injured on the job, your employer is obligated to provide you with benefits. You may have been injured while outside your employer's place of business. The injury may have taken a second, a minute, a year, ten years or your entire employment to occur. You may even have been at fault. But if you were working for your employer at the time of the injury, you are entitled to workers' compensation benefits.
1. Temporary Disability
2. Permanent Disability
3. Medical Care
4. Reimbursement for Mileage
5. Death Benefits