Rights of Injured Workers
Injured Worker Compensation Rights
If you have been injured in a workplace or on-the-job accident, you have a right to workers' compensation benefits. All employers in this state are legally required to carry workers' compensation insurance. The purpose of workers' comp is to provide employees that have been injured in a workplace accident with financial benefits to cover medical costs and related expenses. Benefits are also paid when a loved one has been fatally injured on the job, including funeral expenses.
Contact a Loveland workers' comp lawyer to explain your rights to workers' compensation in more detail if you have suffered a serious work injury, including back injury, brain injury, spinal cord damage, head trauma, fracture, amputation or paralysis. A skilled compensation attorney can also review your case and discuss how best to proceed in filing a claim.
Loveland Workers' Comp Lawyer
Busch Law Offices is an experienced workers' comp firm that has an extensive background helping individuals file claims and receive compensation for their job-related injuries. Our office can advise you of your rights to benefits such as:
- The right to compensation for any injuries caused by an accident that occurred on the job
- The right to benefits without length of time or cost limitations
- The right to choose between 2 doctors to evaluate your injuries
- The right to an attorney who can assist you in filing a claim
Workers' comp benefits include medical benefits, temporary benefits, permanent total disability, permanent partial disability, death benefits and disfigurement benefits. We know the difficulties a seriously injured worker will face in life during their recovery, such as escalating medical bills and loss of income. Our firm will aggressively protect your rights and seek the maximum benefits you are due.
Contact a Loveland Workers' Comp Attorney to find out your rights to workers' compensation and skilled legal advice on your claim.