Worker’s compensation is an item where many people need assistance or an advocate. You may not notice what is going on with your case before it is too late, but you can still have an advocate or attorney step in for you.
When the attorney takes over your case, they are going to follow procedure that is going to provide for best results. You will not be able to do this work on your own, and you need to trust that your attorney know the law like the back of their hand. Work with your attorney on each step of the process so that you can get the most in return for your worker’s compensation claim.
The injury that you suffered at work must be documented well before you ever file a claim. You need to be able to provide documentation that you were at work when the injury occurred, and you need to be able to show your attorney these documents when you meet with them. If you cannot prove that you were at work, there is going to be no way for you to prove your case.
Only your attorney can look into your case to see what happened when you were injured. They will need to prove that you were at work, but they may also need to prove that your employer was negligent. You cannot do this investigation with a conflict of interest arising. However, an attorney can look into the case on your behalf so that there is no confusion in the matter.
When your attorney uncovers evidence in your case, they can use this evidence to make your worker’s compensation claim more appealing. They are compiling all the paperwork to make sure that you will not have to handle that part of the case.
Going Before The System
Your attorney will represent you before the worker’s compensation panel, and they will argue your case. You will need a lawyer present because your employer surely has a lawyer on their staff. You want to have someone on your side who is going to protect your rights, and you cannot represent yourself when you are trying to get your worker’s comp approved.
When you are injured at work, you need to take every step you can to make sure you are represented well in the case. Your employer is going to have a lawyer working for them, and you need an attorney who is going to work for you. Let your attorney investigate your case, advocate for you and get you the compensation you need for your injury. You should never pursue these cases alone, and a lawyer can advocate on your behalf.
Throughout Mr. Masnikoff’s twenty-year career, he has represented numerous injured workers who have had to leave their employment for one reason or another and have had their indemnity benefits cut off. If you or a loved believe that your missed wage benefits have been unjustly terminated, or are receiving benefits and thinking about leaving your employment but have questions regarding your ongoing benefits, we would love to discuss your case and explain all of your options to make sure that you receive everything that you are entitled to. Please give us a call at (877) 817-4127 or visit our website.
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