Workers’ compensation claims can be complicated. You might not know if you have a claim, or what evidence is important to preserve in a workers’ compensation claim. Fortunately, there can be someone available to help: A workers’ compensation attorney.
Workers’ compensation attorneys can quickly determine if you're eligible for a claim or not. Whether you were partially at fault for an accident, to knowing which party to file a claim against, to settling with insurance, a workers’ compensation attorney is an invaluable resource if you're thinking of filing a claim.
If you're unsure whether or not you're eligible for a claim, we might be able to help. We've asked an attorney, Alaina Sullivan, for her opinion on various legal matters. Here's what she had to say:
- Am I still eligible even if I caused the accident?
- Can I appeal my case if I lose initially?
- Can I file a claim if I was working as a driver and run off the road?
- Can I file a claim for emotional distress?
- Can I still file a workers’ compensation claim if I work remotely?
- Can I settle a workers’ compensation claim out of court?
- Does it matter if I was at fault for an accident?
- How long could I receive workers' compensation?
- How long do workers' compensation cases usually last?
- What are the most common injuries in WC cases?
- What do I need prepared for my workers’ compensation claim?
- Why was my workers’ compensation claim denied?
If you think you might be eligible for workers' compensation, you should get a free evaluation by a workers' compensation attorney as soon as possible.