Birmingham Industrial Accident Attorneys
If you or a loved one has been injured in an industrial accident, you, like most, turn to workers’ compensation for immediate relief. While the workers’ compensation laws provide for some recovery, injured workers cannot be compensated for pain and suffering, and compensation is generally capped by unfair and outdated laws.
If any of these scenarios apply to your case, you may want to consider speaking with a personal injury lawyer who knows how to handle industrial and workplace injury cases. The amount of compensation you can recover can be greatly affected by the facts of your case.
For example, we helped a man who was badly injured when his employer decided to remove a safety device to increase the speed of production. Under workers’ compensation, he would have received less than $500,000. But because we were able to prove that the removal of the safety device directly caused the accident and his injuries, we were able to recover more than $7 million for the worker and his family.
An experienced personal injury attorney, such as those at Farris, Riley & Pitt, can analyze these types of cases to ensure you’re not missing out on any of the compensation you deserve. Please call us at 205-324-1212 if you believe we can help you.
Workers Compensation Attorneys Farris, Riley & Pitt
Don’t Find Yourself Overpaying In A Workers Compensation Case
People often try to settle their Workers Compensation cases without a lawyer and fail to get the maximum amount of money they deserve.
What Can I Recover Under Workers Compensation Benefits?
Often injured workers do not always realize or ask for all the benefits to which they are entitled. Therefore it is extremely important to speak with a lawyer to make sure you are covered. People often try to settle their Workers Compensation cases without a lawyer and fail to get the maximum amount of money they deserve.
Workman’s Comp was initially created to keep work related injuries out the courtroom, and provide quick monetary aid to injured workers. However, with insurance costs at an all time high, companies large and small are now denying workers comp claims, making it harder and harder for the injured employee to recover lost wages and receive medical benefits.