If You Have Suffered An Injury On The Job Contact “The Accidental Lawyer” There Is No Fee Until You Win!
If you are injured on the job, you have the right to receive worker’s compensation benefits, even if the incident which caused the injury was your fault. You have the right to receive disability payments while you are unable to work, the right to paid medical treatment, and the right to compensation for any permanent disability. After 30 days, you have the right to choose your own doctor. If your doctor says that your injuries prevent you from returning to your old job, you have the right to receive help with retraining.
If your injury was caused by the negligence of someone who is neither your employer nor a co-worker, you may have two separate claims: 1) your worker’s compensation claim; and 2) a civil claim against the person who caused your injury.
I am Steven R. Jacobsen, “The Accidental Lawyer”. I can help you with both cases. With “The Accidental Lawyer” on your side, you will have representation from lawyers who specialize in cases just like yours. Your rights against the insurance companies will be protected, you will receive the medical treatment you need and deserve, and you will receive the protection you need to get a fair evaluation of your disability. Your lawyer can speak to the insurance company representatives for you, so they can’t use your own words against you later; and negotiate a fair settlement of your claim. You pay nothing until your case is resolved and you receive payment.
The insurance companies know that the only way you can force them to pay your claim fairly is to take them to hearing before an Administrative Law Judge. They also know that most non-lawyers can’t do that successfully, so they offer claimants without experienced lawyers fewer benefits to settle their claims. With “The Accidental Lawyer”, you will obtain the benefits and compensation you deserve.
Remember: It costs you no more to have a lawyer on your side from the beginning of the claim process than to get one later – after the insurance company has gathered evidence against you. You may also avoid costly problems by having a lawyer before you speak with the insurance company representative.