Top 4 Benefits to Having a Workers’ Compensation Attorney

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If you’ve been injured on the job and your ability to earn an income has been impeded as a result of the injury you most likely have many concerns--how to heal from your injury, support your family and pay your medical bills for starters. Having an experienced workers’ compensation attorney handling your case can remove many frustrating roadblocks and get you the benefits you need and deserve. Below are 4 ways a workers’ compensation attorney can help:

  1. Dealing with Complex Laws and Regulations – the legal issues and rules regarding a workers’ compensation case is complicated. Our firm has a decade of experience successfully pursuing workers’ compensation benefits and we have won over $40,000,000 for our clients. Attorney Sumrall knows the full benefits you’re entitled to–information an insurance company will not necessarily volunteer. Most likely, your employer will hire a skilled attorney to fight your case and you’ll want a seasoned professional fighting for you to ensure the best possible outcome.
  2. Making Sure You Don’t Miss Deadlines – there are several deadlines for filing your claim and informing your employer of your injury. Missing one of these deadlines can make your claim invalid. There are other key steps you will need to take to gather the evidence and present a solid case for workers’ compensation. We can help you get what you need and make sure everything is in order for your case.
  3. Better Customer Service – there are many reasons why you might need to contact the claims adjuster for your case: slow or late to arrive mileage checks, authorization for medical tests and procedures, and just general questions regarding your case. Sadly, in many instances when an individual is not represented by an attorney, it can be difficult to get your calls returned and the action you need taken. Adjusters know that an attorney can escalate your case by calling for a hearing or filing a motion and therefore they are quick to answer the call and resolve issues promptly.
  4. A Professional in Your Corner – if you’re facing a workers’ compensation case on your own and you are fired, or your claim is denied you may feel out of options. Attorney Sumrall wants you to know that you have options. We’ll be with you every step of the way for appeals and additional actions needed to get you the treatment and compensation necessary to make you whole again.

Contact us today for a free case evaluation and learn how we can fight for you!

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