Worker’s Compensation
Being injured at work, and the loss of income resulting from the injured person’s inability to work because of those injuries, can have a devastating effect on the injured employee physically and financially. If you are injured at work, whether it’s your fault or not, and are unable to work due to your injuries, you may be entitled to receive money for a portion of your lost wages, for medical expenses, permanent loss of motion in the injured bodily part, and disfigurement. You may also be qualified to receive job retraining.

Worker’s Compensation Bullet Points:
  • Construction Site Accidents
  • Electrical Accidents
  • Job-Related Accidents
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