How can I hire an attorney if I have no money?
If we take your case, you do not have to pay attorneys’ fees until we recover benefits for you. The attorney fees and costs will be deducted from your recovery.
How much does workers’ compensation have to pay me when I am out of work?
Workers’ compensation is required to pay an injured worker 2/3 of the injured worker wages (subject to a maximum weekly amount) until maximum medical improvement is reached. After that time, a small amount of impairment benefits are paid.
What medical benefits am I entitled to under the workers’ compensation law?
You are entitled to medical care for the treatment of your injury for life, subject to time limits. Requesting and receiving medical benefits under the workers compensation law can be very frustrating and often requires the assistance of an experienced attorney.
How can I get a new doctor?
Injured workers are allowed a one time change in their authorized treating physician; however, the insurance company is usually entitled to select the physician.
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