Do You Want to Make Sure You’re Getting Everything Available to You?

    Many Louisiana workers’ don’t understand what they’re entitled to receive when they’re hurt on the job.

    If this happens to you, workers’ compensation benefits could provide all of this:

    When you’re hurting physically and financially from a job injury, these benefits help you turn things around.

    But workers’ comp gets complicated, and employers and insurance companies may try to block you from receiving everything you should.

    For example, did you know that the workers’ comp insurance company may be required not just to reimburse you for mileage when you go to the doctor but to actually provide your transportation?

    A workers’ compensation lawyer understands how to get you the maximum benefits covered under workers’ comp.

    In Metairie, New Orleans, Hammond, the Northshore, Baton Rouge, Houma, Lafayette, Alexandria, Shreveport, Monroe, or anywhere else in Louisiana, after you’re hurt at work, talk to Workers’ Compensation, LLC.

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    Can I Get a Lump Sum Settlement from a Workers’ Comp Claim?

    Many workers’ comp claims end with a cash payment. If you get a settlement, you get a final check, and the insurance company gets to close its file on you.

    Settlement decisions are complicated. You should know:

    • Settlements are not required or guaranteed.
    • You shouldn’t accept the first amount the insurance company offers.
    • Settlements usually happen once you’ve received most of the medical care you’ll need because of your injury.
    • A settlement won’t provide lifelong financial security.
    • The settlement decision is about your being ready to move on from your workers’ comp benefits.
    • Settlements are final.

    Settlements require negotiating with insurance companies. Workers’ compensation lawyers have the training and experience needed for a successful process.

    Talk to a Workers’ Compensation, LLC, lawyer for a free initial consultation on your claim.

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    What Information Do I Need for My Workers’ Comp Claim?

    To get the most out of your workers’ comp claim, you’ll need to present a strong case, including:

    • Medical evidence supporting your injury
    • Documentation of what happened when your injury occurred
    • Records of conditions in your job
    • Numerous legal documents for sharing information between you and the workers’ comp insurance company
    • Preparation for a workers’ comp trial before a judge or a mediation session
    • Statements from doctors and other health care workers about your injury

    The burden of organizing your claim doesn’t have to fall entirely on you.

    This is another job that workers’ compensation lawyers deal with every day.

    To protect your rights and get all the benefits provided for under the law, get a workers’ compensation lawyer working for you right away.

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