July 7, 2020
What happens if you’ve been injured on the job? If all goes well and it’s not serious, you should recover quickly and are able to return to work. But if the injury is serious or debilitating, who pays for your injuries, lost time or lost income that is owed because you’re permanently disabled, or your loved one was killed in on the job?
How your claim or civil injury case is properly managed depends upon the actual details of your case and the events leading up to the accident. You must know whether or not the company you work for has workers’ comp as it traditionally pays reimbursement to you for medical expenses, lost wages, pain, and suffering and some disability. You must know what to do if your employer does not have workers’ comp. Your ability to win compensation depends on the answers to each of these important questions in determining how to go about receiving recompense for your on-the-job injuries.
Resolving worker injury cases is very complex due because of the issues listed above and the complexity and occasional ambiguity of some of our laws that allow employers and their insurance providers to unfairly refuse the rightful claims of thousands of injured Texas employees every year. It’s almost certain that inexperienced lawyers traditionally fail to win a maximum work-injury settlement in such insurance claims or civil cases. And it’s all but certain that those with no legal experience who decide to represent themselves in such weighty legal matters are virtually guaranteed to fail in their legal quest.
The professional Texas work injury attorneys with our Law Firm have invested decades of their lives in fairly resolving injury claims and civil cases for employees who are injured on-the-job. We use our expertise and skill to help you clearly understand the laws involved with such intricate cases and use all of the legal avenues open to you following your work accident injuries. And we are just as adept at representing surviving family members when their beloved family member has been killed in the workplace. This is why we believe that honesty is the best policy as we share all of the challenges you will face; so you can make the best-informed decisions in the interests of your family, which is something your employer or his or her insurance company no longer cares about as soon as the injury occurred.
Employers are primarily concerned with protecting their own assets. Some employers will attempt to hide whether or not they have workers’ comp insurance. Often, they will evade liability and mislead you in order to avoid clear liability for an injured employee. Some might argue that you aren’t an employee to begin with and they don’t owe anything. And with the help of their insurance companies and attorneys, these defendants will accuse you of being the actual cause of your own injury (or the same for your deceased family member). An experienced employee injury attorney knows how to counter the tricks of your employer, his lawyers, and pushy, underhanded insurance adjusters.
An experienced Texas work injury attorney with our Law Firm helps injured Texas employees deal with their challenging work-injury cases. We have spent decades accumulating the expertise required to help injured workers just like you to receive the compensation they deserve for their medical bills, lost wages, pain, suffering, and disability.
You have the opportunity to put our experience to work for you. If you want to know what your rights are, how to proceed with your claim and how much compensation you can reasonably expect to secure, then we can answer your questions. Call our Law Firm now at 1(800) 862-1260 (toll-free) for a free consultation and find out how we can help you.
Don’t let those who negligently caused your work accident injury to victimize you and your family even further.