If you have been injured at work or have become ill due to exposure, your employer is required by law to provide Workers’ Compensation coverage. Workers' compensation coverage is designed to provide the injured employee with medical care and potentially lost wages related to the injury or illness. Injuries and exposure cases can come in all sizes. Some of the most common include broken and or crushed bones, injuries to the back, neck and or spine, cumulative trauma, occupational diseases, mental and physical stresses and internal injuries.
Here are just some examples of INJURIES and EXPOSURES:
Don’t get stuck in the system or be afraid to speak up. You have the legal right, without fear of losing your job, to obtain your own legal counsel. One that will work with you to identify and maximize all potential care options and potential settlement claims.
Here are just some workers’ compensation BENEFITS:
If you have a physical or mental condition which may keep you from working for at least a year or more and/ or could result in death – you may be eligible to receive Social Security Disability benefits. Benefits may also be available to certain family members if you are caring for a family member with a disability or have children. These benefits are paid through the Social Security Administration’s Social Security Disability Insurance program, which you likely contributed to as a payroll deduction when you were working.
The process for applying for Social Security Disability benefits can be a very lengthy and cumbersome process, especially if you may not be familiar with how the system works. Attention to detail along with avoiding the common pitfalls when applying are extremely important.
Here why you should call Kathryn Yount and the Injury & Disability Law Center:
For Social Security Disability claims call the Injury & Disability Law Center @ 951-244-1776 today.
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Making a false or fraudulent workers' compensation claim is a felony subject to up to 5 years in prison or a fine of up to $50,000 or double the value of the fraud, whichever is greater, or by both imprisonment and fine.
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