When you are injured at work, in an auto accident, in a fall down or otherwise, there are many legal and practical issues that may arise. Some injuries, such as those to the neck and back, may not seem that bad at first, but will get worse in the days after the incident. You can have serious injury such as a bulging disc in your neck and back, but not know about it right away. If you are hurt in an accident, you should seek treatment immediately.
But how should you go about getting treatment? What insurance is available and what insurance should you use? Should you use your own health insurance? Do you have medical payments coverage? What if you are in a car wreck and the other driver does not have insurance? How do you use your uninsured motorist coverage? If the other driver has insurance but it is not enough to fully compensate you for your injuries, do you have underinsured motorist coverage?
What about the damage to your vehicle? How do you get the most you can? Will a law firm settle my property damage claim at no charge if they are handling my injury claim?
Insurance companies will try to pay as little as possible to settle your claim. They won’t be trying to give you information to help you out. They are worried about their bottom line, and you should worry about yours.
If you have been injured at work, contact Mr. Stafford regarding your workers compensation claim. The law protects workers and compensates them when they are injured at work, regardless of fault. You can schedule a free consultation with Mr. Stafford today if you wish to learn more about your workers compensation claim.
Get the help you need. Contact Brandon Stafford Law and make an appointment for a free consultation. You won’t pay us anything until we recover money for you. We keep our fee percentage low. You will have frequent contact with Mr. Stafford as you work together to resolve your claim. You will be able to call him and actually talk to him on the phone. We keep expenses low and are dedicated to getting you the most possible. Get your medical bills paid for and get the money you deserve for the injuries you have suffered due to the fault of another, or at work.