Understanding Workers Compensation in Florida

Many law offices have a great deal of experience representing individuals who have been involved in car, truck, or other vehicle accidents. While these are the most common, since driving or riding in a vehicle is one of the most dangerous forms of transportation and that result in the most casualties across the nation, another common area that often involves seeking legal representation is construction-related injuries that result from accidents. Read More

Are There Any Exceptions to Worker Compensation for a Workplace Injury?

If you have heard stories from friends and acquaintances who had difficulty getting medical care after a workplace accident, or if you would prefer to sue your employer in court and collect damages for pain and suffering, you may wonder if there is an alternative to putting in a Worker compensation claim. Unfortunately, in most cases, there isn’t an alternative. Worker compensation is designed to be a quick, no-fault system that reimburses all injured workers partially. But it is also the only recourse if you have been injured at work and you want to sue your employer or use your own doctor. Read More

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