If you were a victim of a workplace injury, an employer is often reluctant to take responsibility. You will go through the struggle of your company refuting the blame, whether it is by diminishing your claim or flat out refusing to be held liable.
In any individual claim, it will be in the employer's best interest to marginalize the seriousness of a valid claim, which can make the workers' compensation process difficult. It is the insurance company's job to optimize its end goals, which often means paying out the least amount of money possible and providing the cheapest medical care possible.
There are many reasons to be compensated for a workplace injury, whether it is standard medical care, physical therapy for complete recovery, or wrongful termination due to an injury. No matter the case, you are entitled to all the help you may need.
Both quality and experience are crucial issues when it comes to defending one's rights in workers' compensation claims. Berry, Smith & Bartell, a Professional Law Corporation has over 130 years of combined experience in workers' compensation and always has your best interest in mind. When dealing with workers' compensation, there is nothing more important than you receiving the best possible medical care and the time you need to recover.