What does a Workers’ Compensation attorney do?

Workers’ Compensation attorneys make sure the insurance company pays you for each of the three types of payments they have to make: medical benefits, lost wage replacement, and permanent impairment compensation. Often, the first two categories will get paid with no problem, leading you to believe you’ll have no problem collecting the permanent impairment compensation as well. But when you hit MMI, the insurance company starts playing hardball, even if they didn’t play hardball before. You need a workers’ compensation attorney to see you through to the end of your claim.

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