Workers comp cases are stressful - a complicated system that can cost you money and medical treatment. And from the minute you get hurt on the job, you are up against an insurance company with adjusters, nurse case managers, doctors and lawyers - all with hundreds (or thousands) of cases like yours under their belt. All trying to reduce the amount the insurance company pays for your benefits and your medical treatment.
How much experience do you have?
I'm guessing not much...
But that's OK. There is a way to reduce the stress from the process so you and your family can focus on getting better and getting your life back. But you can't do it alone. You'll need help. Someone working only for you - not the insurance company, doctor or anyone else.
Years ago we made a committment to people hurt on the job. To do everything we could to take care of their worries.
Worries like - will my check come this week? Will my treatment be authorized? Will my medical bills be paid?
And how can I feed my family if I can't go back to work?
Every day we represent people just like you, from all walks of life - construction workers, nurses, mechanics, bus drivers, pro athletes, maids, office workers - you name it.
And we literally wrote the book on D.C. Workers Compensation, Protect Your Rights: The Ultimate Guide to D.C. Workers Compensation. Now in its 2nd edition, this 115 page book sells for $16.95 on Amazon, but we give it away as a gift to people who are hurt at work.
Why do we do this? Well, we don't advertise, we're not "TV stars" you'll see in commercials sitting in the doctor's office waiting room. We don't pay for those annoying pop up ads on the internet and we're not in the Yellow Pages.
Because we want to represent people who are looking for something more. We want to help people who know and understand what they're up against and how to take action to protect themselves and their families.
And we try to block out time almost every week to answer specific questions. So if this sounds like you, call us at (202) 393 - 3320 and we will arrange a time to talk. Anyone who answers the phone (we don't have a call center in some 3rd world country) can help you get started.