The work related injuries lawyers of Pravati can help
When an employee is injured at work, they don’t need to file a personal injury claim in order to get damages for medical costs and lost wages. Instead, they simply need to file a worker’s compensation claim. Worker’s compensation is insurance coverage that employers provide to cover the cost of workplace accidents suffered by employees. Receipt of worker’s compensation benefits prevents an employee from suing his or her employer or coworkers after an injury. In 2011, the Social Security Administration reported that worker’s compensation laws covered roughly 125 million employees with $6 trillion in wages paid to covered workers.
Worker’s Compensation Claims
Worker’s compensation pays for a variety of financial damages. It covers medical costs, including travel, for treatment related to the injury. It also covers lost wages, therapy and sometimes additional damages when the employee suffers a total disability.
While employers don’t approve claims, they do have the right to dispute them if they think your injury doesn’t qualify for coverage. They may dispute your claim if:
- The injury did not happen at work
- The injury did not happen during work hours
- The injury was not serious and/or didn’t require medical treatment or time off
- The injury occurred while the employee was taking part in activities outside the scope of his or her job duties
Lawyer Referral For Workplace Injury Lawsuits
There are times when workers are unfairly denied worker’s compensation benefits and need to file a lawsuit against their employer. At Pravati Networks, we can match you to a workplace injury lawyer who has experience dealing with denied worker’s compensation claims and who is a member of a Workers Injury Law Advocacy group. Our experienced work-related injuries lawyers aren’t just legal representatives—they are passionate advocates who will do what it takes to fight for your right to retrieve damages after a workplace injury. If you feel that you’ve been unfairly denied workers compensation benefits, contact Pravati Networks today. Our work related injuries lawyers believe so strongly in what they do that they work with no upfront fee or retainers and instead choose to work on a contingency fee basis, which means they only get paid when you win your case.
Pravati’s work related injuries lawyers are here for you!
Workplace Injury Parameters For lawyer referral
- You have suffered injuries
- You need surgery to repair injuries
- Your injuries are complicated by pre-existing conditions
- Your workers compensation claim was denied
- Your benefit seem too low
- You are no longer able to work due to your injuries
- Your employer is fighting the claim
If you or a loved one experienced a Workplace Injury, contact Pravati Networks today.