What Is A Workers' Compensation Injury?

According to the workers' compensation statute, a workers' compensation injury is any injury that occurs within the course and scope of your employment. It could be the result of a one-time incident, like a fall in the workplace. It could also be an injury that develops over time, which is referred to as a repetitive stress injury. In some cases, it is an illness or medical condition that results from exposure to chemicals or other hazards in the workplace, which is referred to as an occupational disease.

What Type Of Injury Does Your Case Involve?

At the Accident Law Group, our Miami attorneys can address the question, "What is a workers' compensation injury?" We help people who have suffered work injuries of all types, including:

Cases often involve multiple injuries, which can make matters more complex. We have the determination and skill to handle even the most challenging Florida workers' comp cases.

Old Injuries And Pre-Existing Conditions

Have you suffered an injury before? Did you collect workers' compensation for an old injury? If you have previously collected workers' compensation for a different injury, or if the current injury actually involves a pre-existing condition that was worsened in a recent work accident, the insurance company is likely to push back. It is important that you have an experienced attorney on your side to protect your rights.

Fatal Work Accidents

If you have lost a loved one in a work accident, we can help. We understand the trauma associated with a death in the family. We will help you with care and a commitment to getting you the workers' compensation death benefits you need.

Free Consultation

Contact us as soon as possible if you have suffered a work injury. For a free consultation with one of our lawyers, please call 866-564-3245 or send an email today.

All workers' compensation cases are handled on a contingency basis. That means you are only required to pay if we are successful in getting you compensation.

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