Workers Compensation Settlements

Workers Compensation Settlements

Workers Compensation Settlements Since 1985

Since 1985, 1-800-THE-LAW2 workers’ compensation lawyers have been helping victims get the workers compensation settlements they deserve.

You can negotiate a workers compensation settlement with your workers compensation insurance company if you were injured at work.

According to the Department of Industrial Relations there are two ways to settle your workers compensation claim:

  1. Stipulation
    1. Payments – you come to an agreement with the claims administrator on the amount of weekly disability payments you’ll receive
    2. Medical care – the claims administrator agrees to pay for medical care
  2. Compromise and Release
    1. One payment – the claims administrator agrees on a lump sum to resolve the claim
    2. Medical care – if the lump sum includes estimates of future medical care, it is your responsibility to pay your doctor. The claims administrator will no longer pay

Your case is resolved when there is an agreement or judge issues an order about your payments and future medical care. Settlements must be received by a workers compensation administrative law judge.

If you and the claims administrator are unable to agree on a settlement, your dispute will need to be decided by a workers’ compensation judge.

Contact 1-800-THE-LAW2 for more information on workplace injuries and how to file a workers’ compensation claim and receiving the workers compensation settlement you deserve.

Do I Need a Workers Compensation Lawyer?

Every year, thousands of workers are injured, even killed, in workplace accidents.

Filing a workers’ compensation claim is not easy. A lawyer can help you through every step of the claims process.

If you have been injured in an accident on the job, you may be entitled to certain benefits. You cannot win those benefits on your own; you need the support of an experienced lawyer. Our lawyers protect your rights and help you win the settlement you deserve.

There are strict deadlines for filing claims for workers compensation settlements. Our team of lawyers help you stay on track.

They will help you file your injury report and follow the proper procedures for making a workers’ compensation claim.

They’ll handle everything so that you won’t have to be hassled.

Their job is to protect your rights.

They are able to handle a variety of claims and have helped hundreds accident victims win their workers compensation settlements. Work accidents can cause:

  • physical injuries
  • stress injuries
  • temporary or permanent disability
  • repetitive motion injuries
  • some workers may suffer diseases contracted as a result of toxic exposure in the workplace

These and other injuries may be eligible for workers compensation settlements. Only a lawyer can help you determine your eligibility. Call 1-800-THE-LAW2 to set up your free consultation with a lawyer and begin the claims process.

Workers Deserve Fair Workers Compensation Settlements

There are many accident victims who are reluctant to file a workers’ compensation injury claim after they have been hurt in a workplace accident.

These accident victims also refuse to seek medical help. They do this because they are afraid they may lose their job.

This is not true.

You cannot lose your job for seeking medical attention and filing a workers’ compensation claim after an accident occurred in the workplace.

By hiring a lawyer, you can avoid being badgered by employers and bad faith insurance companies. Our lawyers know the workers’ compensation laws and are prepared to fight for your rights to a fair workers compensation settlement. Winning workers compensation settlements is not easy if you try to do it alone.

Our lawyers are prepared to back you up and give you the tools you need to make a solid injury case.

If you were injured in an accident at work, you have a very limited amount of time to file a workers’ compensation claim. So many people sacrifice their rights to workers compensation settlements by not filing a claim. Do not waiver your rights to benefits you need, contact 1-800-THE-LAW2.