I'm getting workers comp benefits. When do I need to get a workers comp lawyer?

If you have a serious injury working in DC and needed surgery or don't think you'll be able to go back to your regular job because of your work injury, the best time to get the right workers comp lawyer for you and your family is...right now!

You see, this is all about protecting your future - your financial, physical and emotional health (I feel so strongly about protecting people that the title of my book on DC workers comp is Protect Your Rights).  This is critical even if the insurance company is paying your benefits and authorizing your medical treatment.

Here's why:

The insurance company is in business to make money for their stockholders - not to help you and your family.  Workers comp insurance adjusters in DC are specifically trained to limit the amount of money the insurance company has to pay to you directly or for your medical treatment.  They have a team of insurance lawyers, investigators, doctors, nurses, case managers, vocational specialists - you name it.  And the average insurance adjuster has handled thousands of workers comp claims over her career.  That's a lot of experience, knowledge and resources going against you.

How many have you handled?

So yes, you may be getting paid now, but in DC, they can stop your benefits for almost any reason.  If that happens, what do you do?  Plus, do you know if you're being paid the right amount?  Can you be taking action on your case now that sets you up for additional benefits in the future?

The best part is - it doesn't cost you anything up front to hire us (at least that's the way we work).  Our fee comes at the end of the case, so you can have the benefit of all of our counsel, resources, experience and hard work making sure your benefits continue, and it doesn't cost anything extra.  So let us take care of everything with the insurance company and the case, so you can focus on getting better.

Just call us today at (202) 393 - 3320 to schedule a time to talk (no obligation and completely confidential, of course).