Workers Compensation FAQ

Do I need a lawyer?

Yes. If you have sustained a work-related injury, resulting in wage and/or job loss or unpaid medical bills, you need a lawyer. If you have sustained a work injury, whether it has been accepted or denied, you may be entitled to additional benefits.

What will it cost?

Nothing unless you are awarded additional compensation. Workers’ Compensation cases are handled on a contingent fee basis. The lawyer gets paid a percentage of any contested or disputed benefits obtained on your behalf. If you do not receive any additional compensation there is no fee.

How do I pick the right lawyer?

Hiring an experienced injury lawyer that focuses exclusively on representing injured workers is critical. The law is highly specialized and your case deserves the expertise that comes from years of representing injured workers.