Injured on the job and filing for workers’ compensation? You don’t just need to know if you will receive lost wages or not — you need to know how much of your lost wages you will receive. It’s important to find a competent, experienced attorney to explain your workman’s compensation pay rate so you know what to expect. Read more
At the Law Office of Brian D. Tadros, workman’s compensation consultations are always free. We are happy to answer questions about your individual situation via phone, by appointment at our Orlando office, or at your location. We will examine whether you need the assistance of a lawyer and plan how best to proceed with your workman’s compensation case.
Despite workplace safety initiatives and educational efforts, accidents do happen. It may not be a dramatic event that makes the news in Orlando and beyond, such as a factory explosion. But even what you may consider a minor happening – such as a slip and fall where you don’t notice immediate injuries – needs proper handling.
Here are three things you should do if you are injured at work:
1. Report the accident to your employer within 30 days. This is important even if you believe you were at fault, don’t think you were injured, or if you like the owner of the company and don’t want to cause any trouble. Read more