Do You Have Serious Injuries From A Work-Related Accident?

After you have suffered a work injury, the last thing you want is to have to fight to prove that you were, in fact, injured at work. You are probably concerned about many things right now: How will you pay for your medical bills? Will you be able to return to work? How will you be compensated for your injury?

Contact J. Dean Keegan, Eric D. Tindal & Andrea Mason Attorneys At Law for a free consultation about your workers' compensation claim or appeal. Call 319-887-6900 or email our firm today.

Am I Covered by Workers' Compensation?

There are two main issues involved in workers' compensation:

  • Are you an employee?
  • Were you injured on the job, or were your injuries the result of your employment?

While the answer to these questions may seem obvious, proving that your employment caused your injury can be difficult, especially in cases involving preexisting injuries. An experienced workers' compensation lawyer can obtain medical records and other evidence that supports your claim.

You may be entitled to compensation for your medical care, loss of income, retraining costs, permanent injuries and more.

When Should I File for Workers' Comp?

First, you must notify your employer of your injury within 90 days. Failure to do so could lead to denial of benefits. Similarly, you have only two years after your injury to file a workers' compensation claim.

These are only a few of the multiple deadlines involved in a workers' comp case. Having a workers' compensation lawyer on your side can help ensure that you meet these deadlines and other requirements.

Call Today To Discuss Your Legal Options With Experienced Work Injury Lawyers

Call 319-887-6900 or complete our online form to schedule your free initial consultation with a knowledgeable work injury attorney. We can help you get the compensation you deserve for your workplace injuries.