I Have a Pre-Existing Injury...Can I Still Get Workers Compensation?
I Have a Pre-Existing Injury…Can I Still Get Workers Compensation?

The workers’ compensation program was designed to benefit both workers and employers. Injured employees are given medical treatment and lost wage benefits to help them recover, while employers are given protection from personal injury (negligence) lawsuits.

This system is designed to work without legal involvement, but unfortunately, instances occur when you need the guidance and assistance of an attorney.

For instance, what if you have a pre-existing injury…can you still get workers compensation? This is one issue that isn’t quite so cut-and-dry, yet it’s one that Florida workers struggle with on a daily basis. Read more

How Long Does Workers' Comp Last?
How Long Does Workers’ Comp Last?

Many employees rely on workers’ comp to provide them with assistance in the event they are hurt at work. While some injuries are relatively simple with no long-term side effects, others take years to recover from (if at all).

So how can you be sure that you will receive workers’ compensation benefits long enough to fully recover from your injuries? How long does workers’ comp last?

At The Law Office of Brian D. Tadros, it’s important to us that all injured workers are given accurate information regarding their workers’ compensation claim so they can make educated decisions.

Read more

When will workers comp offer a settlement?
When Will Workers Comp Offer a Settlement?

You have questions about workers compensation…we have answers.

Wondering “When will workers comp offer a settlement?” or “Should I even accept this offer?” Here’s everything you should know.

 

Whether you work in a warehouse or an office on the 87th floor, we all run the risk of suffering a work injury or illness. Some professions carry higher risk compared to others, but that doesn’t mean employees in “less risky” jobs should face neglect in their workers’ compensation case.

In case of an injury at work, you’re entitled to certain benefits to cover your medical expenses and lost wages. Sometimes, these benefits come in the form of regular workers’ compensation benefits paid through your employer’s insurance company. But what happens if you are offered a lump sum settlement instead? And when will workers comp offer a settlement?

If you’re anticipating a settlement offer, you need to understand the factors in play. Read more

10 Workers Comp Questions to Ask Your Attorney
10 Workers Comp Questions To Ask Your Attorney

Confused about your work injury?

Ask your attorney these 10 workers comp questions to get a better perspective on your case.

 

Workers’ compensation should be a fairly simple process: you get hurt, you report your injury, you get paid. But for many Floridians, the reality can become a lot more complicated. And that’s where hiring a workers’ comp attorney can help.

But hiring an attorney is a whole new can of worms. With so many to choose from, how do you know which attorney can get the results you need? Luckily, asking some key questions can help you decide on a lawyer before you make any commitments.

Here are 10 workers comp questions to ask your attorney before you hire them. Read more

Carpal Tunnel & Workers Comp
Carpal Tunnel & Workers Comp

Has your job become a pain in the…wrist?

Filing a carpal tunnel workers comp claim can give you the time you need to recover.

 

There are some parts of your body that you never pay attention to…unless they’re bothering you. The carpal tunnel in your wrist is one of those parts.

Carpal tunnel syndrome is one of the most common work-related injuries among American workers. And if you’ve ever experienced the pain, numbness, tingling, or discomfort of this condition, you know that it can be very difficult to maintain the same quality of life at work or at home.

But can you file a carpal tunnel workers comp claim? Is carpal tunnel syndrome covered by workers compensation? In this article, we’ll address these questions (and a few more) to give you a better understanding of carpal tunnel and workers compensation. Read more

/* Accessible code */
Florida Workers Comp Attorney
Contact
Free Consult