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Legal Assistance Following Your Workplace Injury In Panama City

A work injury causes multiple problems simultaneously. In addition to your injury, you may be worried about reporting the injury, being forced to return to work too soon or suffering retaliation from your employer. However, you have the right to report injuries and file for workers’ compensation. An attorney can protect your rights to workers’ comp benefits and help you handle your employer.

Aggressively Protecting Your Rights To Compensation

At Walborsky Bradley & Fleming, PLLC, we are committed to helping injured workers in Florida. Workers’ compensation is meant to be an injured workers’ exclusive remedy. Unfortunately, employers and their insurance carriers often make it hard for workers to get the benefits they deserve. You can trust our knowledge, skill and hard work in workers’ comp cases.

For a free consultation with our workplace injury lawyers in Panama City, call 850-250-4252 or 850-250-4252 today.  Or email our worker’s compensation specialist Nathan Kaplan today.

You Can Get Compensation For Traumatic And Repetitive Stress Injuries

We can help workers who suffer traumatic and repetitive stress injuries from:

  • Construction accidents
  • Chemical exposure
  • Work-related vehicle accidents
  • Slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accidents
  • Defective machinery and equipment
  • Fires, explosions and electrical accidents
  • Repetitive motions
  • Poorly designed workstations

A traumatic accident can result in brain injuries, spinal injuries, broken bones, amputations, burns and organ damage. Repetitive stress can cause injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome, swollen joints and back strain.

Any of these injuries can result in temporary or permanent disability. We can help you get the workers’ compensation benefits you need if you are disabled.

When Someone Else Is Responsible For Your Injuries

If a negligent third party was responsible for you injury, you may be able to collect workers’ comp benefits as well as additional damages — such as pain and suffering — through a personal injury claim. Typical third parties may include a subcontractor, manufacturer of defective equipment or a motor vehicle driver who causes an accident.

Contact Our Florida Law Firm Today

Contact us online or call our office at 850-250-4252 or 850-250-4252 to schedule a free consultation.