WHAT IS WORKERS' COMPENSATION?

In Florida, workers' compensation refers to the benefits which are available to workers who are injured on the job. The Division of Workers' Compensation is a state agency which regulates and administers the law. The Orlando workers' compensation lawyers of Morgan, White-Davis & Martinez, P.A., zealously represent injured workers throughout Central Florida in all phases of workers' compensation, from obtaining medical and compensation benefits immediately following the injury to pursuing claims before the Judge of Compensation Claims and at the appellate level in Tallahassee.

I WAS INJURED ON THE JOB. DO I NEED A WORKERS' COMPENSATION ATTORNEY?

Anyone who has been injured on the job would benefit from a free and confidential consultation with an attorney who specializes in workers' compensation law. In many cases, active representation from an experienced attorney can mean the difference between benefits being reinstated or increased, and having your claim denied or being left without the benefits you need. Our attorneys give you and honest assessment and full disclosure of your rights and obligations under Florida law.

WHAT ELSE SHOULD I KNOW ABOUT WORKERS' COMPENSATION?

The workers' compensation system can be extremely complex, so it is vital to get our firm involved in the process as early as possible. We will help you understand complicated factors that affect your claim, including:

  • Eligibility for temporary and permanent disability
  • Disability ratings
  • Options available to you if you have been harassed or fired for filing a workers' comp claim
  • To learn more about Workers' Compensation, visit our FAQ page.

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