Lawrence & Associates Help a Client Offered Too Little By Her Workers’ Comp Carrier Get a Settlement for 10 times More!
Posted on Thursday, April 23rd, 2015 at 4:33 pm
Everyday employees are injured while on the job and everyday employers and insurance companies try to deny those injuries have happened on the job because they are trying to minimize the value of claims. Our goal is to help our clients get the medical care they need to recover as much as possible. We want to share a recent case we handled to give you an idea of what we can do for our clients. We will supply as many details as possible while still respecting our clients need for privacy.
Our client from Dry Ridge, Kentucky went through an entire Workers’ Compensation claim with no problems. The adjuster was nice, the TTD checks came on time, and all the medical bills were paid. Everything went well until the end, when the Comp carrier offered a tiny amount to settle her claim. Our client realized something wasn’t right and called Lawrence & Associates to see if she was getting a fair shake on her settlement.
What We Did
Lawrence & Associates analyzed the claim and quickly realized that our client deserved far more to settle her Whole Person Impairment than the carrier was willing to give. We took on the case and assembled irrefutable proof that our client was owed far more than had been offered.
Our client was able to settle her case for $60,000, which was approximately ten times more than she had been offered before. Our client was thrilled and was able to get her money within two months of hiring Lawrence & Associates
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Lawrence & Associates have handled all types of workers’ compensation cases. Lawrence & Associates will work to build a strong and successful case for you.
Common Types of Work Injuries….
- Back injuries and herniated discs
- Head injuries and spinal cord injuries
- Meniscus tears and other knee injuries
- Shoulder injuries and rotator cuff damage
- Complex regional pain syndrome
- Exposure to toxic substances, including chemicals and mold
- Carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive motion injuries
- Construction accidents, including scaffolding collapses, falls and injuries caused by heavy equipment
- Broken bones
If you lost a loved one in a work accident, we may be able to help you obtain survivor’s benefits. We know that there is simply no amount of money that can replace your loss, but we will work hard to get you the resources you need to make ends meet and begin moving forward in life.