Work Injuries

40px-spacerInjuries are all too common within the workplace.  For many, the unpredictable nature of work injuries generally presents a major emotional and financial disruption in a worker’s life that can be devastating. That is why it is important to remember that regardless of your job or career, whether you are a minimum wage worker or a high salary executive, an undocumented immigrant or a U.S. citizen, if you have been hurt at work, you are eligible to receive workers’ compensation benefits under most state laws.

40px-spacerAs a general rule, if you have been injured on the job or while performing job duties, you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits for lost wages and medical costs arising from that injury.  However, all too often this is not the case. Employers or their insurance companies are consistently unwilling to comply with their legal obligations and employ creative ways to deny claims and save money. Some of the most common causes of work injuries include:

40px-spacerYou are entitled to a variety of different benefits when recovering compensation for your work injuries.  Here at LAMA, we understand the financial and emotional disruption that a work injury can bring to your life, which is why our network of experienced attorneys investigate every detail of your claim to see if you qualify for any of the following benefits:

  • Temporary Total Disability Benefits
  • Permanent Partial Disability Benefits
  • Wage Differential Benefits
  • Vocational Rehabilitation Benefits
  • Permanent Total Disability Benefits
  • Survivors’ Benefits
  • Open Medical Benefits

40px-spacerIf you or someone you know have been involved in a work injury, call LAMA today at 844-400-LAMA (5262) for a FREE case evaluation. Don’t feel intimidated.  If you are injured at work, you have a legal right to pursue workers’ compensation benefits regardless of immigration status or socio-economic backgrounds.

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