WORKERS’ COMPENSATION LAWYER FOR INJURED WORKERS IN MIAMI AND THE ENTIRE STATE OF FLORIDA
Your Workers’ Compensation in Florida may include benefits such as:
It’s important to note that the following generally are not available in Workers’ Compensation in Florida claims:
In many cases, you are able to take additional action against third parties. In other words, beyond merely filing a claim against your employer’s insurance carrier, if other parties were negligent and contributed to your accident, you may be able to file suit against those third parties and recover additional compensation for you that would not be subject to the limitations of the workers’ compensation system.
Since these third-party lawsuits often fall outside of the Florida workers’ compensation system, you may be able to pursue the full range of damages that available in personal injury lawsuits, including damages for pain and suffering. Often, clients can recover more in these third-party lawsuits than through the workers’ compensation claim by itself.
Orlando R. Murillo, P.A. can thoroughly investigate your injury and identify every available source of compensation in your case.
If you’ve been injured in the course of your job duties, our workers’ comp lawyer can help. We will not charge for our services unless you obtain a monetary recovery. Time limits apply, though, so it is important to contact a workers’ comp lawyer and schedule a free consultation as soon as you can. Our law firm is here to assist you and explain how workers’ compensation in Florida works.
There are many reasons why a Worker’s Compensation in Florida claim might be denied. What are some reasons for this? Below are some situations where this could occur:
These are just some reasons why Workers’ Compensation claims might be denied in Florida. If you are having difficulty with a Workers’ Compensation claim in Florida, consider reaching out to Orlando R. Murillo, P.A. Our workers’ comp lawyer can review your case, gather evidence for your appeal, and fight a denied claim, when appropriate. Contact our firm today to learn more about your options and rights under the law and to speak to a workers’ comp lawyer to learn more.