Protecting injured workers
If you've been injured on the job, you are legally entitled to certain benefits. You're also entitled to an attorney who can ensure you know your rights and get the benefits you deserve. This is something an insurance provider or employer might not do.
When your ability to work and provide for you and your family is affected, it can change the course of your life. It's important to have a legal team on your side who understands the often confusing and frustrating laws governing workers' compensation and can help you navigate the system.
Speak to a workers' compensation attorney - at no cost to you
At Byrd & Byrd, LLP, we work with you to protect your rights to medical care, lost wages and lump sum settlements. You'll speak directly to an attorney - not a paralegal or an assistant - for a free, no-obligation consultation. Our attorney will work with you to:
- Evaluate the case
- Determine the injury and type of care needed
- Determine if you're entitled to lost wages and medical compensation
- File a claim
- Negotiate with insurance companies
- Go to trial if necessary
After we evaluate your case, we'll let you know if it makes sense to retain an attorney. Not all workers' compensation cases need legal representation, but it's important to determine up front to ensure your rights are fully protected. It's important to note that you can't be fired for hiring an attorney or for filing a claim for a work-related injury or illness.
Workers' compensation experience you can trust
At Byrd & Byrd, LLP, we've been handling work-related injury cases for more than two decades. We have the experience and knowledge to properly handle the legal side of Workers' Compensation to ensure you get the help you need. Byrd & Byrd, LLP offers evening hours, and our attorneys will even come to you if you can't come to our office.
Get a no-cost, no-obligation consultation
If you or someone you know has been the victim of an on-the-job injury, call 904-731-0990 today for a free workers' compensation consultation to determine if you're getting the benefits you deserve. There are no fees or costs unless you win.