You have a legal right to collect worker’s compensation
If you have an accident and get injured on the job, or if you suffer from a job-related illness, you may be entitled to certain benefits.
- Medical coverage for surgery, prescription medications, physical therapy, or other rehabilitative services
- If you have to take an extended leave from work, you may be eligible to have a portion of your salary paid as time-loss compensation
- If the injury is so severe that you have to change careers or are medically unable to rejoin the workforce, benefits may provide for retraining or even a pension award
We’ll help you navigate your way
The Department of Labor and Industries (L and I) employs doctors, lawyers, and consultants all in an effort to cut costs and close your claim as quickly as possible, many times against the advice of your doctor. As experienced worker’s compensation attorneys, Chris and Rich help you navigate your way through confusing L and I laws and industry jargon. Without support, you can find yourself on the backside of a serious injury with lingering medical bills, unable to return to your job and no way to get the coverage you need, deserve, and have paid for.