When you have suffered a workplace injury, your employer may be responsible if they failed to provide you with the required safety procedures or equipment for a safe work environment.
On-the-job accidents are often not reported right away. Such incidents must be reported to your manager as soon as possible to avoid losing claim value. Tell your manager immediately about the injury and how it happened. An injured employee who does not notify their employer about the incident, in writing, within 30 days after the date of the accident may lose the rights to workers’ compensation benefits altogether. In extreme cases such as occupational disease, the employer must be notified within two years after disablement, or within two years after the employee found out the disease is work-related.
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According to 2016 Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index, the most serious workplace injuries cost the United States approximately $62 billion dollars each year. Call us to find out how much you may be entitled to. The numerous expenses associated with treatment and rehabilitation can leave an accident victim with serious financial burdens. We understand the emotional strain and worries our clients feel, and that is why we are dedicated to providing you with legal and medical experts in our network who will lead you every step of the way following such an incident. Some injuries can be life-altering, so we know the additional stress that such an impact can have on your responsibilities. The legal and medical teams in our network strive to make everything as easy and stress-free as possible for you, so you can focus on recovering and getting your life back on track.
The post-accident process is an extremely intricate, frustrating situation that thousands of Floridians go through every year. Handling such a claim on your own can be extremely overwhelming, which is why our network of personal injury attorneys and medical centers take care of everything from A to Z in order to give you peace of mind.
Why should you have to pay the price for something you have no control over?