If you are injured on the job, and a medical physician has determined that your work injury is causally related to your work accident or activities, then you might be entitled to Workers’ Compensation. A worker’s comp lawyer at Reasonover Law Firm helps victims of workplace accidents obtain the legal relief they deserve. We can file a workers’ comp case and help you recover the maximum compensation for a job-related injury.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics records thousands of workplace injuries each year. By definition, these are injuries that are sustained when you are in the course and scope of performing your work duties.
We understand how difficult it can be for a family when a workplace injury has resulted in loss of income. We also know that insurance companies can be difficult when it comes to providing workers’ comp benefits. To claim worker’s comp benefits, a worker must give notice of their injury to his or her employer in writing within 30 days of the injury. So it’s important that you act quickly!
Every day, Tennessee workers are injured in workplace accidents. Most accidents occur in manufacturing, transportation, and foodservice. But it doesn’t matter where you work or what you do; job-related risks are inevitable.
Common workplace accidents that lead to injury and can result in a workers’ comp case include the following:
- Slip and Falls
- Auto Accidents
- Runaway Trailers
- Exposure to Toxins
- Electrocution & Burns
- Equipment Malfunction
- Scaffold Collapse
- Hazardous Fumes Release
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In Tennessee, employers are required by law to carry insurance for workers’ compensation. This coverage protects the employer from liability and helps an injured employee meet their personal financial obligations while experiencing lost income.
Workers’ comp can include medical expenses, temporary total disability benefits, temporary partial disability benefits, permanent total or partial disability benefits, and death benefits. This covers all necessary and reasonable medical expenses for the duration of your injury. The amount of compensation is determined by the type and severity of the injury sustained.
Whether the injury was caused by the worker or the employer, a workers’ comp lawyer at Reasonover Law Firm can help you seek the benefits you are entitled to, which can include:
- Lost Income
- Medical Expenses
- Lost sense or Loss of Cognition
- Loss of Limb or Body Part
- Death or Survivor Benefits
- Future Surgery and Therapy
- Permanent Scars or Disfigurement
- Vocational Training and/or Rehabilitation
- Mileage and Parking for Medical Care