Workers’ Compensation

About Workers' Compensation

We have offices in Florida, Georgia and Illinois. It is not only important to talk to an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer when you have been hurt on the job, it is also the best way to make sure that you receive proper medical services and lost wages you are entitled to under the law. After all, the Workers’ Compensation law was created to protect you – the employee.

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Choosing a Workers' Compensation Attorney

Once you have decided that you need a workers’ compensation lawyer to represent you, it is important that you understand how to choose the attorney that will work the best for you and your unique situation. At The Law Offices of Franks, Koenig & Neuwelt, we only represent injured employees. This allows us to focus all of our efforts and attention to assisting injured employees maximize their medical and lost wage benefits.

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How Workers’ Compensation Works

Workers’ compensation laws are in place to ensure that workers who are injured at work receive medical treatment and appropriate monetary compensation for their injuries. Workers’ compensation is designed to bypass the costly process of litigation while providing guaranteed benefits for injured workers. Under workers’ compensation, workers who are injured while at work are eligible to receive clearly defined benefits when injury or disability occurs as a result of a work accident.

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Hurt at Work

Workers’ compensation laws were developed in the United States to protect and assist workers who suffered an injury at work, or as a direct result of their job. The workers’ compensation program may vary from State to State, but follows the same rules everywhere when it comes to liability. No matter who is at fault (the employee or the employer), the program ensures that the injured worker receives medical and financial assistance in the aftermath of an accident at work.

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