Not sure what to do after a worker’s comp case is filed, or not sure where to turn if you are hurt on the job? If you are unsure if you should file a claim, or if you are dealing with a social security disability claim your former employer doesn’t want to pay out on, Kentons Law Office can help you. Not only in properly filing a claim, but also in helping you determine what your case is worth, who is at fault (and who to go after), and working to ensure you are going to receive just compensation for the injuries you have sustained, due to the fault or negligent acts of others.
Kentons Law Office will help preserve your rights and inform you of those rights. Many people are under the impression that they’ll get fired if they do file a worker’s comp claim; this isn’t the case, and your employer can’t fire you because of this. Or, some people aren’t sure who to go after if they sustained injuries and need medical attention. The team at Kentons Law Office will not only help ensure the claim is filed properly and in a timely fashion, but will also inform you of your rights, how much your injuries are worth, and what can or can’t be done by your employer, if you do choose to file a claim.
You don’t have to fight your employer alone or work against other attorneys on your own. When you have a lawyer representing you, you know that you are going to receive what you should receive in the form of damages. You don’t have to try to negotiate on your own, or accept an offer that is far less than your case is worth. The team at Kentons will fight to ensure you receive just compensation, and that your rights are preserved at all times in the process if you do file a claim or if you are hurt, and want to know what your rights and options are, after the accident or injuries have been sustained.
There are quite a few questions running through your mind, and this is often the case after you are hurt. If you aren’t sure what to do, the first step is to reach out to an attorney who will inform you of your rights, and help you in filing a claim if you have a viable cause against other negligent parties.