Orlando Workers Compensation Claim Process Lawyer

Workers' Compensation Claims Process in Central Florida

Individuals who are injured at their place of employment often find themselves in new or confusing situations related to their workers' compensation claim. For instance, a workers' compensation doctor may have sent you back to your duties before you were ready. Your application for benefits could have been denied by your employer. Upon your return, you may have found out that you were replaced, or maybe you were receiving benefits, but now those benefits have stopped.

You have come too far and worked too hard to be treated this way. You need the help of a workers' compensation attorney with experience, integrity and a reputation for results. You need Morgan, White-Davis & Martinez, P.A. in Winter Park.

Paul J. Morgan founded our law firm 15 years ago to address the legal and health needs of loyal employees just like you. We specialize in mediation, negotiation and litigation for our workplace injury clients — to help with your recovery and seek out full and fair compensation for your lost wages and benefits.

If this is your first serious workplace injury, it is understandable that you might feel overwhelmed by the detailed legal process. We will answer all of your questions and make sure you understand all of your legal options so you can make informed decisions for your future.

Contact us toll free at 407-629-5300, or by e-mail or fax from greater Orlando, Central Florida or throughout the state.

Serving Injured Workers in Orlando and Central Florida

Our experienced lawyers guide you through every phase of the workers' compensation claims process, including:

  • Petitioning for your benefits
  • Appealing benefits claims that have been denied
  • Seeking recovery for costs of lost wages, medical treatment and rehabilitation
  • Filing for permanent benefits, if necessary
  • Seeking bi-weekly checks for you, or a lump sum settlement
  • Securing any necessary medical equipment for your injuries
  • Assisting with procuring handicap accessibility to your home, if necessary

Timing is essential when reporting of your injury. After reporting your injury to your employer, you should seek immediate medical attention. Not only will this allow you to begin recovery, it will also start the date by which you can seek workers' compensation benefits. On top of seeking full and fair compensation for your lost wages and medical treatment, our legal representation includes protecting your rights as an employee. We will make sure that you are not retaliated against, for having reported your on-the-job injury.

Let our experience work for you. At Morgan, White-Davis & Martinez, P.A., our number one goal is a successful resolution for your workers' compensation injury benefits claim.

Your Free, Confidential Consultation

Contact us for more information, or if you have questions about the claims process. You can reach us toll free at 407-629-5300. Also, messages and e-mails are responded to promptly.

Spanish language translation for undocumented workers is available upon request. Se habla Español.