Attorneys on Your Side in the Complicated Workers Compensation Process
It's bad enough getting hurt, with the lost wages and medical bills, but for many of our clients, the aftermath of the injury and the ensuing workers' compensation process is even more stressful.
We know the difficulties of workers' compensation law. The attorneys at the AV-rated* Godwin, Morris, Laurenzi & Bloomfield, P.C. law firm have more than 100 combined years of experience in workers' compensation and other legal practice areas. In the vast majority of cases, the company will do everything possible to deny or at least minimize the employee's claim. Contact our Memphis, Tennessee, office for a free consultation.
Types of Injuries
Workers' compensation claims involve many of the same claims as any other personal injury claim, including:
- Back injuries
- Slipped discs
- Herniated discs
- Blown discs
- Neck injuries
- Lost limbs
- Broken bones
- Repetitive stress injuries
- Lifting injuries
- Falling injuries
The company, the company's representatives, the doctors, the insurance companies: these people are not your friends. They are trying to do everything possible to deny your workers' compensation claims. Don't get hurt twice; contact us immediately.
Workers' compensation, unlike many other areas of personal injury, is not based on fault. If you are hurt at work, you are entitled to compensation based on the severity of your injury.
However, the company wants to do everything possible to deny that your injuries are as serious as they really are. There will be claims adjusters and investigators assigned to your case almost immediately after your injury.
Contact us right away, so we can help you from the beginning, defend your claim and help you through the complicated workers' compensation process.
Hard-Working Lawyers for Hard-Working People
We handle many different personal injury claims that are similar or related to workers' compensation:
- Jones act/riverboat claims
- Tractor trailer accidents
- Defense Base Act/Longshore Harbor Workers Compensation Act claims
- Railroad worker injuries/FELA claims
No Attorney's Fees Unless We Win
We work on a contingency fee basis, which means that you do not pay our attorney's fees unless you recover damages. We also offer free consultations. Either call our office in Shelby County, overlooking the Mississippi, or contact us online.
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