There is no 'one-size-fits-all' when it comes to Workers' Compensation Claims.
At Michles & Booth we have attorneys who specialize in the complexities of Workers' Compensation Claim, and we are ready to help fight for the justice you deserve. Contact our team today for a free initial consultation.
Florida Workers’ Compensation Lawyers
Injured at Work? Michles & Booth Can Help.
With few exceptions, all workers in the state of Florida are covered by workers’ compensation. Workers’ compensation is a form of insurance purchased by your employer that covers you in the event you are injured while at work or while performing work-related duties. In exchange for this coverage, you are generally prohibited from suing your employer directly.
If you or your loved one was injured at work and you need help filing a workers’ compensation claim, or if your claim has been denied, contact Michles & Booth. With offices in Pensacola, Crestview, Fort Walton Beach, and Tampa, our Florida workers’ compensation lawyers assist clients across the state with all aspects of their workers’ compensation claims.
Your initial consultation is completely free. Call (800) 848-6168 or contact us online to schedule yours today.
What Is Covered by Workers’ Compensation?
Workers’ compensation claims differ somewhat from personal injury claims. For one, you do not need to prove that another person/party acted negligently, leading to your injuries and damages. Instead, generally speaking, you need only prove that you were injured while on the job.
Notably, workers’ compensation insurance does not cover all of the same damages that you could potentially recover in a personal injury lawsuit.
In most cases, workers’ compensation covers:
- Your medical expenses
- Your lost wages/income
- Death benefits
You may qualify for temporary total disability, temporary partial disability, and/or impairment benefits. This will depend on the nature and extent of your injuries/occupational disease. Visit our Workers’ Compensation Benefits page to learn more.
Act Quickly to Recover Your Workers’ Compensation Benefits
In Florida, you typically only have 30 days to report the accident/your injury to your employer. Once you have reported your injury, you generally have two years in which to file for workers’ compensation benefits.
Our Florida workers’ compensation lawyers can help you navigate the process of filing for and recovering your workers’ compensation benefits. Learn more about how to file a workers’ compensation claim here.
Trust Your Case to Our Team
At Michles & Booth, we are extensively experienced in workers’ compensation law. In fact, Attorney Brian Carter is Board-Certified in Workers’ Compensation Law by the Florida Bar. He—along with our entire team of attorneys, staff, in-house investigators, and on-staff medical doctor—can help you understand your legal rights and work to make sure they are protected.
We understand the various complexities and challenges involved in these types of cases and, importantly, we know how to overcome them. We always provide free initial consultations, and there is no fee unless/until we recover compensation for you.
Reach out to us today to discuss the details of your case; call (800) 848-6168.
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