Workers’ Compensation Lawyers

Palm Beach Gardens, Florida


Franks, Koenig & Neuwelt

With more than 100 years of combined experience, our Palm Beach Gardens workers’ compensation lawyers are dedicated to serving workers injured on the job. At the Law Offices of Franks, Koenig & Neuwelt, we work strictly on a contingency basis, meaning we don’t accept payment unless we obtain a recovery for you.


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Through our offices in Palm Beach Gardens, our workers’ compensation lawyers have handled thousands of work injury cases, successfully recovering millions of dollars in workers’ compensation benefits for our clients each year. Contact us today to consult with a Palm Beach Gardens workers’ compensation lawyer.

Back Injuries

Back injuries are one of the most common types of injuries and can be caused by many types of work activities or accidents.

Construction Accidents

Jobsite injuries can have lifelong implications, limiting your ability to work your current job, or any job at all.

Industrial Accidents

Many injured workers developed muscle strains after forceful movements such as lifting, carrying or dropping something.

Repetitive Trauma

The two most common types of workplace injuries are caused by blunt force trauma and repetitive trauma.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Many clients call regarding a recurring numbness or pain in their fingers, hands and wrists while at work.

Professional Athletes

Professional athletes are subjected to some of the most intense bodily damage in any field of employment.
Successful Cases

Our Firm in Numbers

How can we help you? With many more successful workers’ compensation cases, our services to the states of Florida, Georgia and Illinois includes Work Injury, Workers’ Compensation, Work Place Accident, Accident at Work, and Injury at Work. Read more about the kinds of cases where we have seen success in helping our clients:


Recovered $2,450,000 for a roofer who injured his back when he fell from a ladder.


Recovered $1,900,000 for a painter who injured his back when he fell off a scaffold.


Recovered $1,570,194 for a biochemist who suffered physical and psychological injuries when exposed to chemicals.


Recovered $1,100,000 for a shipping supervisor who injured his ankle and back when he fell off a loading dock.

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Remember, the consultation is free, and if you choose The Law Offices of Franks, Koenig & Neuwelt to represent you, you won’t pay for our services unless we win a settlement for you.

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Can I sue my employer if I think I’m being punished for a worker’s compensation claim?

Recently, an injured worker came into my office seeking a review of their workers’ compensation case. Upon review of the case, I determined that, although there was not much I could do to assist with their injury claim, it appeared as though the worker had been fired for reporting the injury to their employer. Unfortunately, termination of an injured employee is common practice by employers, especially in certain industries. However, to do so may be potentially illegal. Most states have ...

Airbag Safety After Takata Bankruptcy

Many consumers have been contacted they are part of a recall for unsafe Takata airbags in their cars. Recent news that the maker of these defective airbags, Takata, has filed for bankruptcy has some in this group alarmed and concerned. Rest assured class action lawsuits are allowed to continue and if lawyers secure a settlement those in the class will still be paid. Some consumers are frustrated their car dealership told them they do not have enough supply of replacement ...

10 Deposition Questions to Ask in Wrongful Termination Cases

Employment law by both state and federal governments prohibits employers from terminating their employees under certain circumstances. According to the Department of Labor, even when an employee has been dismissed, in some cases they are entitled to unemployment and health benefits. If you think you were wrongfully fired from work, you should consider pursuing a wrongful termination claim against your employer. Your attorney can utilize depositions, often taken by nationwide court reporting companies, to determine the root cause of your termination. Here ...

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The attorneys at The Law Offices of Franks, Koenig & Neuwelt have more than 100 years of combined experience in workers’ compensation accidents and work injury cases. Our main offices’ Palm Beach County workers’ compensation attorneys work strictly on a contingency basis, which means we don’t get paid unless we obtain a recovery for you.