Workers’ Compensation Claims – What to Expect

You may have questions about what to expect after you have been injured.  In workers’ compensation  claims, clients often contact us after their claim or their medical treatment has been denied.  If you have questions, or if your benefits have been denied, give us a call.

Understanding Your Case

It will be helpful for us to know a little about your case when you call.  Some of the details we might need are:

  • When and how you were hurt
  • What your injuries are
  • What treatment you have received
  • What further treatment your doctor has recommended
  • What your doctor has told you about your recovery and any permanent restrictions you may have
  • What the status of your claim is with the Washington State Board of Labor & Industries (“L&I”)

Assessing Your Case

We have decades of experience determining when and how we can help injured workers.  If you are not being treated fairly under the law, we will discuss your case with you and come up with a plan of action.  We routinely litigate the most complex workers’ compensation cases, and we also counsel potential clients when they may not need representation to get everything that the law allows.  Often, clients are entitled to benefits they do not know about. We can evaluate your case and help you get the benefits you deserve.

Workers’ compensation claims are complicated.  It’s important to have an experienced workers’ compensation attorney willing to work tenaciously to make sure that full benefits are received.

To Learn More About Your Case, Please Call Us at (253) 472-2400

We help the injured throughout Washington. We can meet with you at our office, or, if you prefer, we can talk to you on the phone.

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