Workman’s Compensation

Thousands of working people are injured every year in on-the-job accidents. At The Nation Law Firm, located in the Orlando, Florida area, we have a department dedicated solely to assisting injured workers with their workman’s compensation claims and understanding the laws of workman’s compensation.

Our attorneys have years of experience in representing injured workers in claims for lost wages and medical benefits. It does not matter who was at fault in the accident, you may still be entitled to benefits. Florida’s workman’s compensation system is a “no-fault” system. Under the Florida Laws of Workman’s Compensation, the “no-fault” system means you do not have to prove negligence by your employer.

If you have been injured on the job, you should call to speak with one of our attorneys today. There will be no out-of-pocket expenses for our workman’s compensation clients.

Some of the most common workman’s compensation issues that clients deal with are:

  • Not receiving monetary benefits
  • Dissatisfaction with medical care
  • Not receiving medical care at all
  • Specific medical request being denied such as MRI, therapy, medication, etc.
  • Employer not providing work within the client’s restrictions
  • Post accident termination

The Nation Law Firm attorneys have handled over 1,000 workman’s compensation cases in Florida with most cases being settled without the need of a trial. Our attorneys have had successful recoveries and or settlements against companies including Home Depot, Disney, Martin Marietta, Lynx, Seminole County, Orange County, Florida Hospital and many others in Central Florida. In addition to financial recoveries and settlements, we have been successful in securing requests for medical care, alternative doctors for treatment, second opinion evaluations and authorization of medical procedures and surgeries.

Under the Laws of Workman’s Compensation you are possibly entitled to:

  • Money benefits
  • 66 2/3 pay with a max cap determined by the year of accident
  • Impairment benefits determined by amount of disability
  • Authorized treating doctor
  • Second opinion
  • Independent medical exam
  • Permanent total disability benefits

If you have questions regarding a Workman’s Compensation case, please call us toll free for a free consultation at 1-800-Nation Law (1-800-628-4665), or submit the free case evaluation form.

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