Few people ever expect that they will be injured at work. Yet thousands of on-the-job injuries occur in the workforce every year, ranging from sprains, strains, and tears to electrocutions, burns, and head injuries. At Steinger, Iscoe & Greene, our West Palm Beach workers’ compensation lawyers have seen all the variations, from minor injuries which require only a short time away from work to injuries which can sideline a worker for life.
We have also seen workers facing difficulty and opposition from employers and insurance companies when trying to obtain the full workers’ compensation benefits they deserved. When you hire our firm, you won’t have to act alone. You will have a determined team of legal professionals behind you, acting solely for your best interests. With the benefit of our team’s knowledge, skills, and persistence, your claim will be capably handled at every step of the process.
Steinger, Iscoe & Greene has been protecting the rights of the injured and their families since 1997. We have an in-depth understanding of Florida workers’ compensation law and procedure. Our extensive experience in helping clients secure the benefits to which they are entitled is invaluable when it comes to preparing and documenting your claim. We know how important it is to ensure that you are not left short at a time when you need assistance the most. We understand how an injury or work-related illness can threaten your financial security and future. We’ve seen how worrisome an injury or illness can be for you and your dependents as you experience pain, discomfort, and temporary or permanent disability. We have the considerable resources to ensure that everything that can be done will be done on your behalf in the claims process. Our goal is to help you get every dollar you deserve, to put your mind at ease, facilitate your recovery, and keep your family safely moving forward.
Florida law provides medical benefits as well as compensation for lost wages for those who have been injured in a sudden accident or through repetitive motion activities. Workers who develop occupational illnesses caused by the type of work they do are also covered. The workers’ compensation system has been set up to help you without any reference to fault. You are required to report your injury within 30 days to your employer. A medical provider authorized by your employer or his insurance company will give you the necessary medical care needed. The rate, amount, and duration of your benefits checks to cover lost income will be determined by whether you are totally or partially temporarily disabled or permanently disabled.
After any workplace injury or illness, you have specific legal rights. You may have questions about those rights, the claims process, and how to secure what you are truly owed. Your claim may have been denied or benefits minimized. Our firm is here to ensure you get the help you need to fully resolve these issues. Discuss your matter with one of our experienced attorneys in a free consultation to get started.
1645 Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard, Suite 900
West Palm Beach, Florida 33401