Report injuries now, not later

One of the most important factors in a workers’ compensation case is handled by the employee — reporting the injury. The fact that the injury occurred at work must be documented.

Injured on the job? You have 30 days from the date of the injury to report that fall, laceration, sprain or burn to the employer, no matter how minor the injury appears. Your employer will then complete a First Report of Injury form and have you sign it. The employer sends the form to the workers’ compensation insurance company. Read more

In Workman’s Compensation Cases, who chooses the doctor?

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.

One question we hear a lot from those who are injured at work: Read more