Have you been injured at work? Are you having trouble receiving compensation? An Workers’ Compensation Lawyers in Grand Rapids can help.
Most workplace injuries are relatively minor, and your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance pays, sometimes without question, your medical expenses, lost wages, and other costs associated with your recovery and rehabilitation.
If your injuries are more serious and keep you from working for a long time, it makes sense to consult with a workers’ compensation attorney to ensure you are receiving all the medical benefits to which you are entitled, as well as appropriate wage loss compensation.
Other than reviewing your situation and assisting you in filing your claim, there are several things that can come up during the workers’ compensation claims process. These can delay your compensation, and having an work injury attorney can help you manage those bureaucratic snags.
If your claim is denied or benefits aren’t being paid on time, an attorney can help you determine why, and then do something about it. Sometimes all your attorney needs to do is send the insurance company a letter.
It’s not uncommon for insurance companies to offer you a quick, low-ball settlement. The more serious your injuries, the more common this practice is. An Workers’ Compensation Lawyers in Grand Rapids can ensure you are fairly compensated.
If you’re looking for an personal injury attorney in the Grand Rapids Michigan/Kent County area to help you receive compensation for work-related injuries, Cochran, Kroll & Associates, P.C., can help.
Our legal team has experience in personal injury law, workplace injuries, long-term disability, and SSDI claims. You want to work with a firm that has the resources and capacity to pursue your claim, if, for example, expert witnesses need to be identified — and formally deposed — to substantiate your claim.
You should also have a sense of commitment from the attorney you will be working with — to you and your case — that provides you with a sense of confidence and hope for your future.
The legal team at Cochran, Kroll & Associates, P.C., are ready to help you navigate the workers’ compensation benefits bureaucracy, and provide you with legal advice every step of the way to a successful outcome.
Contact us for a free consultation. If we decide to work together, your case will be handled on a contingency fee basis, which means that we don’t receive payment until we successfully secure a settlement for you.
Contact our law firm toll-free at 866-MICH-LAW or use our convenient online contact form to book your no-obligation consultation.
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