Strong Advocacy Claiming Workers’ Compensation
Work-related injuries and occupational diseases can be devastating to workers and their families. If you were injured at work, you are entitled to medical treatment and possibly compensation for wages. The more serious the injury, the more important it is to obtain all the benefits to which you are rightfully entitled. At Morgan & Justice in Columbus, our workers’ compensation lawyers are committed to maximizing your benefits.
If you were injured in a workplace accident or from unsuitable working conditions, call our competent legal team at 800-948-6200 or 614-258-1133 to discuss your case during a free consultation. We can help you pursue compensation to protect your physical health and financial security.
Take Action Immediately After Your Injury
Promptly report your work-related injury to your employer and seek medical treatment. An employer may not fire, demote or discriminate against you for filing a workers’ compensation claim. When you contact our firm, we will explain how you can protect your case and increase your chances of successfully securing workers’ compensation.
File Claims And Appeals Before Their Deadline
An injured worker must file a workers’ compensation claim within a strict time period. Failing to file a timely request can prevent you from gaining compensation and proper treatment. There are different deadlines for filing a work injury claim, an occupational disease claim, additional conditions and medical treatment. Appeals of adverse decisions must also be filed within a certain time period. If you do not file an appeal before the deadline, you may lose your right to pursue an appeal. Our attorneys address each of our client’s cases expediently to ensure that deadlines are met and that you quickly obtain results.
Contact Our Skilled Attorneys For Assistance
If you face a workplace-related injury or illness, call our skilled attorneys at 800-948-6200 or 614-258-1133 to schedule a free case consultation. You may also contact us online. We do not get paid unless you do.
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