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Florida workers’ Compensation Lost Wage Benefits

Information you need when injured at work

After an illness or injury occurs in the workplace, Workers' Compensation is intended to provide lost wage benefits and compensation to help you recover and return to work, if possible. With more than 15 years of experience, the attorneys at Sternberg / Forsythe, P.A. can help you understand the Florida Workers' Compensation benefits. We Have Following Locations To Serve You:

Does Workers’ Compensation cover lost wages?

Florida Workers' Compensation benefits aims to support workers injured on the job in the state of Florida. Workers' Compensation programs aim to provide resources and medical support to injured workers to avoid or reduce the number of lawsuits. Types of Workers' Compensation benefits in Florida include:

If you are injured or unable to work due to work-related injuries, the loss of wages can quickly affect your quality of life. Under the Workers' Compensation system in Florida, you are entitled to pursue a lost wage claim through indemnity benefits.

Along with medical and vocational services, loss of wages, also called an indemnity benefit, is a significant resource of your Workers' Compensation plan. If you are unable to work and have earned pay for more than seven days, then you may be eligible for partial wage replacement based on your average weekly wage.

Types of indemnity benefits include the following:

Our Workers' Compensation lawyers are fully committed to delivering the help you need with a lost wage claim, medical claim or other benefits. With 15 years of successful experience, we help injured clients obtain the benefits they deserve.

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Legal Assistance with Workers’ Compensation Lost Wage Benefits in Florida

If you are injured on the job, our legal team offers excellent client and legal service.

Contact Sternberg / Forsythe, P.A. online or call 561.687.5660 for a consultation. We offer evening and weekend appointments when needed at offices convenient to you in Palm Beach County, Martin County, and Orlando.