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There’re three critical facts you must be aware of if you’ve been injured on the job.
First, it’s critically important that you don’t quit your job without talking to an attorney first. Your long term benefits are based on loss wages at your current employer. If you quit your job, you could lose the basis for the highest compensation available to you.
Second, there’re more benefits available to you as a victim of a work related injury than the insurance company may tell you about. It’s unfortunate but many victims settle their cases without even realizing how many other options were available to them. That’s where it’s critical to discuss your case with an attorney first to ensure your maximum recovery.
Third, it’s important to work with a personal injury law firm and not just a workers’ compensation law firm. This is a great benefit to injury victims because our history in the personal injury field gives us experience with other forms of compensation for you that a law firm that works only with workers’ compensation claims may not even be aware of. Some workers assume their cases ended because they’re receiving monthly insurance payments. They don’t realize that there still may be additional compensation available. We will evaluate your case free of charge and even if you’re already receiving insurance payments we’ll get you more in your pocket or we won’t take a fee, guaranteed.
Finally, as an injured worker it’s more important that you have your medical cares covered for the rest of your life than it is to have a small settlement upfront. Many victims don’t even know that it’s possible. Call us today and we’ll show you how we will fight to ensure your medical needs are indeed taken care of for the rest of your life.
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