Avard Law Offices has 7 attorneys who are experienced in handling Workers’ Compensation claims in Cape Coral, Ft Myers, Naples, Port Charlotte and all of Southwest Florida. Workers’ compensation is a form of insurance that provides medical benefits and wage replacement to employees who are injured during employment, in exchange for mandatory relinquishment of the employee’s right to sue his employer for negligence.
How Can Avard Law Help?
Do you have an issue with workers’ compensation claims or appeals? Have you been denied compensation for an injury you suffered on the job? Our lawyers understand the complexities of the process and the laws. Let the attorneys at Avard Law Offices work on your behalf to get you the benefits you deserve.
Recent Workers’ Compensation Settlements:
- $50,000 – back injury
- $143,000 – ankle injury
- $93,750 – knee injury
- $107,500 – hip injury
- $80,000 – back injury
- $65,000 – Achilles tendon injury
The Primary Goal of the Insurers is to Limit the Amount of Compensation You Receive
Whether that means arguing your Workers’ Compensation injury did not occur on the job, alleging that your injury was pre-existing, or claiming that your Workers’ Compensation injury is much less serious we can represent you.
As an Workers’ Compensation advocate for YOU, we will represent your best interests against the insurance companies and ensure that you have an advocate for YOU throughout the process of your Workers’ Compensation Case.
Workers’ Compensation Claims & Appeals Attorney
Avard Law has Attorneys that practice Employment Law and have the knowledge and skills to set up your case to have the best chance of winning. Workers’ Compensation laws vary from state to state.
Filing a Workers’ Compensation Claim
Get immediate medical care if your injury requires it. You must inform your employer of your injury as soon as you can.
This can be a tricky part of processing a workers’ comp claim, since states have laws that dictate the number of days you have to notify your employer of your condition; in most states, the limit is thirty days, but varies. Check your state’s website for more information about Workers’ Compensation Laws.