Savannah Workers’ Compensation Lawyer
If you’ve been injured on the job, you’re entitled to workers’ compensation. We understand how difficult it is to recover from your injury and how long the rehabilitation process can take, but dealing with the added stress of a claim can make things worse.
Even if you file a claim correctly, insurance companies sometimes decrease your benefits, or simply deny your claim. You’ve shown your employer loyalty over the years, but big companies can make it feel like you’re not receiving the same loyalty in return.
At Farah & Farah, our workers’ compensation attorneys are dedicated to fighting for the maximum fair value for your case. While you focus on healing from your injury, we’ll compel your insurance company and employer to pay you what you’re owed. Call us today at (877) 245-6707 for a free consultation to go over all your legal options.
Why Choose Farah & Farah?
At Farah & Farah, our Savannah personal injury attorneys will manage every aspect of your case, so you can get healthy and feel confident when you return to work. Some of our services include:
- Completing and submitting all paperwork from insurance companies, employers and medical providers.
- Working with health insurance to cover medical bills.
- Treating you with dignity, respect, and compassion – regardless of the size of your case.
The Workers’ Compensation Process
The first thing to do after a catastrophic injury at work is to notify your employer. You have thirty days (30) from the date of your accident to make it known. Failing to notify your employer will deprive you an opportunity to file your claim.
Your employer is expected to contact their workers’ compensation insurance provider within seven days (7) of your injury notification. If your employer fails to do so within the specified time limit, you may contact the insurance provider directly.
If your employer or insurance company denies your claim, you have two years (2) to file a petition for benefits with the Employment Assistance Office. Our attorneys can help you file your petition, request your rightful benefits, and defend your right to full compensation.
How Much Could I Get for Workers’ Compensation?
For work-related injuries, you’re entitled to medical and partial wage replacement benefits. This includes all medical treatment related to your injury and temporary disability wages to replace loss due to your inability to work.
Upon denial of your claim or if you’ve received less than you’re entitled to, our attorneys will work tirelessly to fight for the compensation you deserve. At Farah & Farah, we work on a contingency fee basis, meaning your initial upfront cost is $0, and we only collect legal fees if we successfully win your case.
Contact Farah & Farah Today for a Free Consultation
It can be frustrating to have to deal with workers’ compensation when all you want to do is recover from your injury and get back to work. We understand how important it is to file your claim correctly and are dedicated to managing your claim so that you can rest and get healthy again.
We’re available 24/7 for a free consultation and will answer any questions you might have so you can feel comfortable moving forward with your claim. Contact us today.