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If you have been injured at work or have become ill due to exposure, your employer is required by law to provide Workers’ Compensation coverage.  This coverage is designed to provide the injured employee with medical care and potentially lost wages related to the injury or illness.  

 

Injuries and exposure cases can come in all sizes. Some of the most common include broken and or crushed bones, injuries to the back, neck and or spine, cumulative trauma, occupational diseases, mental and physical stresses, and internal injuries.

 

Here are just some examples of INJURIES and EXPOSURES:

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  • Trip and fall injury even if it happens in the employer’s parking lot

  • Tool or equipment injury

  • Heavy lifting injury

  • Repetitive movement injury including carpal tunnel, stress and or strains

  • Car accident injury while driving for work which could include to and from work

  • Burn injuries including chemical burns

  • Work place violence injuries

  • Fluke accident injuries such as falling boxes and or hit by debris or equipment

  • Medical conditions such as breathing problems and or blood pressure

  • Mental conditions such as stress and or sleeping problems

  • Hearing loss

  • Eye injury or vision impairment

  • Heart Attacks

  • Cancers

  • Death

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Everything that happens from the moment an injury occurs, to when you become aware that your job could be the cause of your repetitive injury or exposure illness, and or even when you notify your employer about the injury or illness could all make a difference in how your individual case may be handled.  

 

At the Injury and Disability Law Center, we understand that each case is different. Some cases can be settled quickly while some can take years depending on the medical needs and potential benefits needed for future care.

 

That’s why you want an experienced attorney with a professional and compassionate legal team working for you. Knowing the right questions to ask and or the right direction to take your case could make a big difference in your settlement.  

 

Here are just some of the reasons you should call the Injury and Disability Law Center:

  • Lead attorney has more than 25 years’ experience in workers’ compensation

  • Former workers’ compensation claims adjuster

  • Former insurance defense attorney

  • Former judge pro-tem

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Making informed decisions about your health and well-being is very important to us. That’s why it’s important to call the Injury and Disability Law Center today for a free consultation.

 

Here’s why you should call the Injury and Disability Law Center today:

  • FREE consultation

  • No recovery / no fee

  • We work with you to maximize your settlement

Why You Should Obtain IDLC as Your Legal Counsel

You may find that in workers’ compensation cases, the employer's insurance carrier is interested in covering an employee’s case quickly and as inexpensively as possible.  You could also find yourself filling out papers and or getting stuck in the system without getting any results and or even getting all of the treatment you need to get better.

 

Don’t get stuck in the system or be afraid to speak up.  You have the legal right, without fear of losing your job, to obtain your own legal counsel.  One that will work with you to identify and maximize all potential care options and potential settlement claims.

 

Here are just some workers’ compensation BENEFITS:

  • Medical care

  • Temporary disability benefits

  • Permanent disability benefits

  • Supplemental job displacement benefits

  • Death benefits

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Making a false or fraudulent workers' compensation claim is a felony subject to up to 5 years in prison or a fine of up to $50,000 or double the value of the fraud, whichever is greater, or by both imprisonment and fine.

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