FLORIDA WORKERS’ COMPENSATION LAWYERS

Helping Injured Workers Fight for Compensation

When it comes to workers’ compensation claims, the more documentation you have, the better. The first thing you should do after an accident in the workplace is to seek medical attention. In certain cases, it may be wise to go to the hospital or get an ambulance. Whatever the case may be, it is a good idea to get reports of whatever medical attention you receive.

Keep in mind that certain symptoms may not appear until a few hours, days, or weeks later. Every single time you see the doctor, you should acquire as much documentation as you can. This will help prove your case.

According to Florida law, you have 30 days to tell your supervisor that you have been injured. If you file after this time frame, you will not be eligible to pursue benefits. It is a good idea to both go to a doctor and tell your employer as soon as possible.

If you have been injured at work, it is recommended that you hire a lawyer. Many workers’ compensation claims are denied, and only a lawyer has the insight necessary to help make your case successful.

Many people do not understand the legal steps that they should take. The legal process can be confusing, and the insurance company will not be on your side. They will try to pay you the smallest amount possible if they pay anything at all. This would be after you have already been hurt at work and when you need the money the most.

Berman Law Group can help. Our Florida workers’ compensation lawyers have the experience and resources you need to prove your case.

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