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.
We are open 24/7 every day and our team is available right now to help you understand your case: 970 Lake Carillon Drive, Suite 300, St. Petersburg, FL 33716, (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.
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.
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.
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.