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Workplace Injury: Not Ready For Work

For workers injured on the job in Florida, most employers are required to provide workers’ compensation insurance. This program provides medical, wage loss and other benefits in the event of injury. If injured, you might not be able to return to the work you did before, but your doctor says you can — what happens […]

Workplace Injury: Not Ready For Work

For workers injured on the job in Florida, most employers are required to provide workers’ compensation insurance. This program provides medical, wage loss and other benefits in the event of injury. If injured, you might not be able to return to the work you did before, but your doctor says you can — what happens […]

Work-Related Deaths: Who Can Receive Workers’ Compensation Death Benefits?

While some industries like construction, manufacturing and agriculture may be inherently more dangerous, accidents happen and workers suffer serious injury and death every day in the workplace. In Florida, workers’ compensation benefits are available to the families of workers who died of injury or work-related illness. As with any serious injury, speak with an experienced […]

Work-Related Deaths: Who Can Receive Workers’ Compensation Death Benefits?

While some industries like construction, manufacturing and agriculture may be inherently more dangerous, accidents happen and workers suffer serious injury and death every day in the workplace. In Florida, workers’ compensation benefits are available to the families of workers who died of injury or work-related illness. As with any serious injury, speak with an experienced […]

Injured Again: Workers’ Compensation and Subsequent Injury

What happens if you suffered an earlier injury that is worsened by a new workplace injury? Despite the intent of worker’s compensation to provide speedy medical and wage replacement benefits to injured workers, too often, claims and treatment are denied. In the event of a subsequent injury, Florida workers’ compensation laws can be extremely limiting. […]

Injured Again: Workers’ Compensation and Subsequent Injury

What happens if you suffered an earlier injury that is worsened by a new workplace injury? Despite the intent of worker’s compensation to provide speedy medical and wage replacement benefits to injured workers, too often, claims and treatment are denied. In the event of a subsequent injury, Florida workers’ compensation laws can be extremely limiting. […]

Injured At Work ― What Next?

Knowing what you should do after being injured at work is important. Workers’ compensation is a state-regulated program intended to provide you benefits and compensation when you are hurt in the workplace. Our firm provides strong representation to workers in all fields who are hurt or made ill on the job. If you suffer injury, […]

Injured At Work ― What Next?

Knowing what you should do after being injured at work is important. Workers’ compensation is a state-regulated program intended to provide you benefits and compensation when you are hurt in the workplace. Our firm provides strong representation to workers in all fields who are hurt or made ill on the job. If you suffer injury, […]

5 Things You Need to Know about Workers Compensation in Florida

Many people understand little about workers’ compensation programs until they are injured and need information. Because workers’ compensation is usually the sole remedy you have to gain needed benefits if you are injured on the job, it is important to understand the features of the program and the application process. Depending on the severity and […]

Workers’ Compensation: Should You Settle?

In Florida, workers’ compensation is the sole remedy for employees hurt on the job. If you are injured, you are provided care through the insurance provider for your employer. Your benefits may be granted or denied. Many employees appeal or settle their cases. Is financial settlement right for you? What does it means to settle? […]

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