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Injured on the Job? Discuss Options with an Attorney

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) found that in 2018, private industry employers sustained 2.8 million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses over the year; that’s more than 7,500 job-related injuries a day.

Therefore, workplace injuries are typical, but what is surprising is the difficulty of applying for workers’ compensation benefits. Among other things, the injured must report their injuries on time and file the right paperwork with the correct information, all while suffering from their wounds.

That’s why it’s a good idea to discuss your post-injury options with Morales & Cerino, P.A.!

Discuss Options with an Attorney

An experienced Hialeah workers’ compensation attorney can help the injured at every step of the process.

An attorney can assist the injured by:

  • Giving them pertinent information concerning their case;
  • Helping them draft a formal injury report;
  • Protecting them from employer disputes;
  • Fighting against denied claims;
  • Representing them in court (should the situation require it).

Ultimately, having an attorney on a case can make all the difference. Insurance companies are scared of attorneys because they know they can’t pull the wool over their eyes. Therefore, clients of Morales & Cerino, P.A. can expect a smooth process regarding their claims.

However, if an insurance company decides to deny a claim, we are more than prepared to take them to court to get the compensation our clients deserve. We will do everything we can to help our clients recover from their wounds, and that’s why we win.

Work with an Experienced Firm

Denied claims can take weeks or months to resolve, which means you aren’t getting paid during that time. Therefore, if you or a loved one suffers injuries on the job, it’s essential to put your trust in an experienced firm that can help you get it right from the start.

Call (305) 340-2630 now for a free consultation concerning your workplace injuries.

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