As former Workers’ Compensation Commissioners, our attorneys at X-Commissioners will be able to tell you if you have a workers’ compensation case, and they will advocate on your behalf to ensure you not only receive your full benefits, but also, proper medical care. Having presided over thousands of workers’ compensations cases themselves, who better to help you with your case?
If you have been injured at work and are unsure of what to do next, know that you have a right to obtain an attorney regardless of the circumstances of your case. Depending on the severity of your injuries, you may, in fact, need a lawyer.
When a work-related injury is moderate to severe, you should retain an attorney as soon as possible, especially if your injury has required surgery, worsened pre-existing disabilities, or led you to be unable to go back to work.
Being unable to return to work or even just unable to work as frequently as before is cause to contact a lawyer today as well. Even if you cannot work at your current job and need to seek work elsewhere, a lawyer can help.
If your injury has created permanent, irreversible damage according to you and your healthcare provider, you should contact a lawyer as soon as possible. If your injury will keep you out of work permanently, a lawyer will work with you to walk you through the process of filing for social security disability benefits.
If your medical benefits are being denied or your feel that you are not receiving your full benefits, a lawyer can make sure that you are being treated fairly.
Finally, if you simply do not understand the workers’ compensation process, do not hesitate to contact the a lawyer right away. Having an expert on your side working for your best interests is the most important thing.
To learn more about the workers’ compensation process or for help with your case, call the X-Commissioners today!