Here at Okmulgee Lawyers we know workers compensation law. If you get hurt on the job, you’re entitled to all the medical care and expenses you require as a result of your injury. This simple law doesn’t stop certain employers from trying to deny you compensation. This compensation includes all medical care and payments while you heal. It also includes a payment at the end of the case. From back and hand injuries to all other work related injuries we will help you.
Okmulgee Workers Comp Benefits
If you’re hurt at work, you are entitled to receive medical treatment and other help. Its important that you notify your employer of the injury as soon as possible. Employers in Oklahoma are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance. Given they have insurance you’d think they’d submit the claim and everything would go smoothly. Unfortunately This is not always how it works out. Employers and insurance companies can deny your claim and keep you waiting on the benefits you need. If your employer or their insurance companies bail out on their responsibilities to you, contact an expert attorney to see what your rights are.
Workers Compensation Benefits
Paid-time off during healing process or Temporary Total Disability benefits or Temporary Partial Disability benefits;
Compensation for Permanent Partial Disability or Permanent Total Disability;
Vocational rehabilitation if you cant return to work;
Compensation during period of vocational rehabilitation;
Death benefits to spouse, children, and other dependents;
Reimbursement for death related expenses
Depending on the circumstances of your injury, you may be eligible to receive these benefits. In order to receive these benefits, you must first file an Oklahoma workers’ compensation claim.
Okmulgee Workers Compensation Claims
Employees are entitled to compensation regardless of who was responsible for their injury. This is how work compensation differs from a personal injury claim. There is no need to show fault when you’re injured at your place of employment. The institution of workers’ compensation also benefits the employers as it shields them from lawsuits for pain and suffering.
Our team at Okmulgee Workers Comp lawyers will assist you with the following:
Preparing and filing your claim: making sure you have all relevant medical records needed to file
Attending your deposition: ensuring you are treated fairly in this process
Reviewing the results of your independent medical exam (IME) with the doctor selected by your employer or their insurance company: disputing any findings that minimize the severity of your injuries
Negotiating a settlement of the claim with your employer or their insurance company: we are always prepared to take the claim to court if they don’t offer a fair settlement
Preparing and attending your hearing if it goes to court: making sure you have strong evidence and witness testimony for the judge
Don’t let the process prevent you from making your claim. With the help of an attorney, you can get through these requirements with relative ease. Our top priority is to get you the medical care and benefits that’s owed to you.
Call an Okmulgee Workers Comp Lawyers
If you or a family member is hurt on the job don’t go it alone. We know the tricks that the insurance company pulls and we know how to stop them. Over the years our injury lawyers have helped thousands of people that have been injured on the job. Get the legal edge you need. Contact our Okmulgee workers’ compensation attorneys to ensure that you receive the full benefits you are entitled to. Call for a free confidential consultation.