Gainesville Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

Often, those going through the workers’ compensation process must deal with insurance companies for their employer as well as their employer directly pressuring them to accept decreased benefits or even a denied claim. Because of this, an experienced lawyer can be an invaluable source of counsel.

Our team at Farah & Farah understands the challenges you face. Our goal is to help you get back to day-to-day life without having to worry about paying medical expenses or lost income due to your workplace injury. Call us today at (877) 245-6707 for a free consultation with a Gainesville workers’ compensation lawyer.

What to Expect from Our Workers’ Compensation Attorneys

  • We’ll help you access qualified medical treatment to assess and treat your injuries.
  • We’ll work to get to know you and how your injury has impacted your life.
  • We’ll help communicate with your insurance firm, ensuring quick access to compensation benefits.

How Long Does It Take to Receive Compensation?

When going through a workers’ compensation claim in Gainesville, it’s important that you understand how the process moves forward. When you work with our attorneys, you can significantly reduce the amount of time it takes to receive compensation. We understand the amount of paperwork and legal processes involved can be daunting and we help you with these elements to reduce the timeframe. Other factors involved in the timeline include the amount of evidence required in your case, the complexity of the injury and the response of the other party’s legal team in challenging the case.

How Much Does Farah and Farah Charge?

The injury lawyers at Farah & Farah are committed to helping you reduce your legal costs and protecting your finances as you go through your workers’ compensation claim. As part of this commitment, we do not charge a fee to our clients unless we win the case. You will not be charged until you have your settlement for your workers’ compensation case.

Who is Responsible for Paying Work Injury-Related Medical Bills?

Your employer is responsible for paying your medical bills relating to an injury you sustained while working. If you are unable to receive medical bill payments from your employer for whatever reason, you should consult with our legal team immediately. We can help you communicate with your employer’s legal and insurance representatives and discuss a payment plan directly with them.

How Much Should I Receive for Workers’ Compensation?

Each workers’ compensation claim is unique and while you might have a certain amount in mind, it’s important that you consult closely with our legal team to discuss a potential compensation claim. We work diligently for you on your case.

Farah & Farah Cares About You

Our experienced team at Farah & Farah is here to help you with your workers’ compensation claim and begin your road back to full recovery. Call our offices today to find out how we can help you get your life back on track.