St. Petersburg Worker’s Compensation Lawyer

Worker’s compensation claims are often paid from the coverage that businesses in Florida are required to carry if they have over a certain number of employees. In some cases, but not all, employees may sue employers directly if they feel that the benefits they received were not adequate or if they were the victim of unfair treatment at the hands of their employers. In these cases, it may be in the best interest of the employee to hire a St. Petersburg worker’s compensation lawyer.

Schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with a St. Petersburg worker’s compensation lawyer at Steinger, Greene & Feiner. Your free case evaluation allows our attorneys to discuss your case in private and help you make the best decision with the choices you have. Recovery time and hospital bills can impact a workers’ ability to make a living. If you’ve been injured at work, filing for workers’ compensation will help stabilize your financial condition. Even if the process for filing the claim seems straightforward, it’s wise to talk with an experienced lawyer, for example, a St. Petersburg workers’ compensation lawyer who has solved hundreds of workers’ compensation lawsuits. Our lawyers will make sure that you’re recovering the most suitable amount.

We are open 24/7 every day and our team is available right now to help you understand your case: 360 Central Ave Suite 800, St Petersburg 33701, (727) 346-6039.

How Much Can Steinger, Greene & Feiner Get You?

Worker’s compensation settlement amounts vary on a case by case basis. When you speak to your St. Petersburg worker’s compensation lawyer the specifics of your case will be discussed in detail. Ask the worker’s compensation attorney assigned to your personal injury case how much they think you could earn for your case.

$8.2 Million

For a truck driver injured on the job and unable to work his regular hours...

$5.5 Million

For a man injured in a shooting during a Halloween party that could have been...

$1.3 Million

For a group of men who were injured in a Chipotle Mexican Grille when the...

$1.1 Million

For the largest slip and fall verdict in Florida when a man broke his neck...

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*Amounts before attorney and medical fees and costs. Each case is unique - clients may or may not obtain the same or similar results.

Remember that attorneys factor in pain and suffering, lost wages, willful or comparative negligence as well as goodwill. Your medical bills should be covered by your employer’s worker’s compensation insurance and if you cannot reach a compromise or a deal, then it may be time to speak with one of our attorneys.

We work to get you the maximum compensation possible and we are not afraid to take worker’s compensation claims to trial. We will fight for every penny. It’s that simple. Speak with a St. Petersburg worker’s compensation lawyer and find out just how much Steinger, Greene & Feiner can you get. All it takes is a simple phone call: (727) 346-6039.

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Why Clients Choose Steinger, Greene & Feiner

For more than 20 years our personal injury attorneys at Steinger, Greene & Feiner have worked as worker’s rights advocates and dedicated our time to fight for the compensation of workers who lack representation and are in need of fair compensation.

Filing a worker’s compensation claim in St. Petersburg, Fl is a much easier process when you have a team of the best personal injury attorneys working on your case.

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Worker’s Compensation Claim Process

So, what do St. Petersburg worker’s compensation lawyers actually do? The process is simple for an experienced lawyer who takes care of cases like this on a daily basis. But it must be handled carefully.

Report the Accident: Florida law required workers to report their injuries within 30 days of the accident. If you have not yet filed that accident report, our attorneys can help you file everything.

Medical Treatment: Your treatment will begin with an evaluation by a medical professional. Your employer will likely require you to visit a medical professional of their choosing. Our attorneys may have you undergo a second medical evaluation with a physician of your choosing, for our own records and our own legal case.

The Analysis: Your attorney will then begin sorting through all the documentation, the reports, the eyewitness accounts and will also begin interviewing people. Your St. Petersburg worker’s compensation lawyer will hire a team of investigators that will work on your case. We analyze every document and every testimony before submitting your claim to your employer’s insurance company for review.

Calculation: Your employer’s insurance company will look over all the submitted documents and review the worker’s compensation claim. Based on the information received, the insurance company will recommend a settlement amount in the form of worker’s compensation benefits.

Appeal: You are never obligated to accept benefits under any circumstances, you always have a choice. Our attorneys will review the decision and help you understand the reasons for the settlement amounts. If your attorney or you believe these amounts were unjust, you can appeal the decision and decide to take the claim to a higher authority.

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Common Causes of Work Place Accidents

The insurance company and your employer have little interest in seeing that you get every dollar in workers’ compensation that you deserve. Our lawyers have seen firsthand how difficult it can be to obtain the benefits you are entitled to under the law. That’s why we are devoted to assisting you to recover the services so that you can heal your family and you can move forward without financial problems.

There are several ways you can get hurt in an office environment, some of the most common causes of accidents are listed below:

  • You could fall off a chair, trip over uncleared boxes or equipment, or slip on unsafe stairs, resulting in cuts, bruises, sprains, fractures, or even spinal or brain injuries.
  • Moving heavy objects can cause severe strains, particularly to the back and neck;
  • Things on badly stacked shelves or cupboards can easily slip on unsuspecting office workers, causing lacerations, bruising fractures, and head injuries;
  • Repeating the same tasks can cause this painful affliction to the joints, especially if you do not take enough breaks.
  • Quickly done if you’re distracted or something is put in the wrong place, and the resulting cuts and bruises can hurt.
  • Cuts and lacerations can be caused by office kits, such as paper trimmers, while faulty electrical equipment can cause electric shocks.
  • Sometimes tempers run high, and scraps are breaking out in the office, resulting in nasty injuries.

Workplace injuries can occur in any sector or occupation. Due to the inherent risks in some industries, such as mining, oil and natural gas production, and construction sites, on-the-job accidents are more common. However, employees in any situation, from warehouse workers to office workers, can find themselves temporarily or even permanently disabled through occupational disease.

Most Common Questions Asked About Workers’ Compensation Lawsuits

How much compensation will I receive?

The compensation varies on the severity of your injuries and how long it takes you to recover. Still, it may include damages for pain and suffering, lost wages, medical bills, lost wages, and out-of-pocket expenses.

Can the boss or supervisor fire me if I report a claim against him?

If you file a claim, the employer cannot fire you or mistreat you, as this would be illegal, and you would be entitled to take your employer to an employment tribunal.

What are the advantages of filing a claim?

It depends on the conditions of your injuries; you may be entitled to compensation for your current and future medical care for short-term or permanent injuries, lost wages, and medical expenses.

Do I Require The Services Of A Workers’ Compensation Attorney?

It is strongly advised because the insurance company is not required to explain how the legislation operates or all of the benefits to which you may be entitled. The experienced workers’ compensation attorneys at our firm handle workers’ compensation claims every day. We know how to manage your claim to ensure the best possible chance of recovering benefits. From filling out your paperwork to disputing unfair insurance company medical exam results, we will ensure your rights are secured through the entire claims process.

How can I tell if the insurance company’s offer is fair?

A reasonable offer from the insurance company depends on many factors, such as the extent of your injuries, the body parts injured, the amount of your disability, your average weekly wage loss, and if you require future medical treatment. Our experienced St. Petersburg workers’ compensation lawyer can assist you in calculating the actual cost of your accident or illness so that you may make an informed choice regarding the claim’s worth.

Questions to Ask Your Worker Compensation Lawyer

How do I prove negligence?

To win a compensation claim for an office accident, you must show that the individual responsible for your injuries was negligent. It entails demonstrating that they had a responsibility of care to you. They failed to fulfill their obligation, and you were hurt as a result.

What proof do I need to file a compensation claim?

Our lawyer needs evidence to ensure that your case is as strong as possible. Some evidence you can collect at the accident scene, while the rest can be gathered afterward. This evidence includes names and contact details of any eyewitnesses to the accident, photos of the location and your wounds and injuries, records of any medical treatment, any CCTV footage of the incident, a written account of the accident, and how your injuries have affected you and lastly details of expenses which have arisen from your injury.

What Should I Do If A Workers’ Compensation Claim Is Needed?

If you’ve developed an illness or injury resulting from your job, get the medical help you need. Keep all documentation connected to your care, whether it’s for minor damage or a more significant medical issue. As soon as possible, notify your employer of your illness or injury. The report must be filed within one month. If you missed one month, you might not be eligible to receive the compensation that you deserve. Your employer might have an insurance company that will reach out to you to verify the incident. They frequently have your employer’s best interests at heart. Even if they don’t mean any harm, it’s best to refer any insurance agent to our attorney. You may unwillingly jeopardize the success of your claim by communicating with the insurance agent. Most employers offer workers’ compensation. If you suspect that your employer is revenging against you for filing a claim, our attorney can ensure that your rights are protected. Retaliation is different depending on the employer but often constitutes any action that hurts the employee and is perpetrated for no apparent reason.

Contact Steinger, Greene & Feiner

When you’re ready for your free case evaluation, reach out and speak to one of our worker’s compensation attorneys. Our legal team is available 24/7 to take your call: (727) 346-6039.