DO I HAVE A WORKERS' COMPENSATION CASE?
If you suffered a serious injury at your job, and your employer refuses to acknowledge what happened to you, an experienced workers' compensation law firm can be invaluable in helping you receive the benefits you deserve.
At Morgan, White-Davis & Martinez, P.A. in Winter Park, we know that employers and their insurers depend on your lack of familiarity with the workers' compensation claims process. It is no wonder that so many workers approach us each day with this question: "Do I even have a case?".
Our skilled, caring lawyers listen carefully to the story behind your workplace accident injury, and we will evaluate your potential workers' compensation case, free of charge. When we start working on your case, we work hard to help you recover your lost wages and medical expenses, or determine your temporary or permanent disability status.
IF YOU HAVE A CASE
You may have a case for workers' compensation benefits if you sustained one or more of these injuries in an accident at your place of employment:
Do not allow your employer or an insurance company to take advantage of your inexperience with workplace injury law. If your application for benefits is being delayed or denied, the only person who will look out for your interests is a skilled workers' compensation attorney.
Morgan, White-Davis & Martinez, P.A. protects your rights from the beginning of your claim until its final resolution. We efficiently guide you through the claims process and work hard to get you the compensation and benefits you deserve.
Our AV-rated law firm* serves workers' compensation, disability and accident personal injury clients in greater Orlando, Central Florida and throughout the state. We are licensed to represent your interests in both state and federal courts.
WINTER PARK WORKERS' COMPENSATION ATTORNEY
Call us toll free at 407-629-5300 to discuss whether or not you have a workers' compensation claim for which additional benefits are due. We can meet with you for an evening or weekend appointment upon request.
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