Why do you need a Workers' Compensation Lawyer on your side? Maybe you pulled a muscle or damaged a joint due to overexertion. Perhaps a snowy or slick walkway led you to fall in or around the building. Maybe you were injured in a motor vehicle accident while traveling to visit a client. Maybe you suffered a fall down the stairs or something even landed on you from above. Perhaps you simply have strained tendons and muscles from doing the same repetitive movement day in and day out. Workplace injuries come in many shapes and forms, but one thing remains consistent: your need for fair and just compensation.
As an employee, you have the right to expect a safe work environment, safe tools, notice of potential dangers, and adequate assistance in order to not be overburdened or endangered. If one or more of these statutes was violated and resulted in an injury, you’re entitled to fair compensation under the law. This compensation should cover medical fees directly associated with the incident, as well as ongoing disability payments, if necessary, loss of wages and even pain and suffering.
A myriad of state laws regarding workers' compensation in the United States date all the way back to 1855. Since then, both states and the federal government have written detailed legislature regarding workers' compensation programs. Each state now has different laws pertaining to medical bills, fatality benefits, loss of wages and rehab services. In order to maximize benefits and receive your total compensation, it’s imperative to have an experienced, capable attorney on your side. When your case is contested by the employer or involves a serious injury, a lawyer with vast courtroom experience on behalf of workers' compensation victims should be consulted. You’d be surprised how much your case may be worth, but you’ll need a skilled hand to recover your fair compensation.
With a team of caring lawyers licensed in Kansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Illinois, Brad Pistotnik's workers’ compensation lawyers are pros at getting you a fair and generous compensation without emotional and financial turmoil. Brad Pistotnik Law has helped individuals and families in Wichita, Dodge City, Liberal and Garden City, Hutchinson, Hays, Salina, Colby, Emporia, Newton, McPherson, Arkansas City, Winfield, Hugoton, Goodland, Topeka, Kansas City, Colby, Pittsburg, Coffeyville, Wellington, Arkansas City, Winfield, Kingman, Pratt, Great Bend, Salina, Satanta, Newton, McPherson, El Dorado, Augusta, Manhattan, Junction City, Abiline and others. The list goes on and on.
The highly competent team of Brad Pistotnik Law has serviced the above regions for nearly three decades. Year after year they help claimants receive fair and generous compensation for workplace injuries. To what do they owe their success? It’s simple. They care about their clients and they get them results time after time.
Suffering a workplace injury can be one of the most confusing and tumultuous experiences you’ll ever have. In addition, trying to navigate the legislature of each state’s workers’ compensation program can also create ambiguities and stress. Who do you turn to? Choosing a lawyer in today's over-saturated market can seem overwhelming, but one firm stands out. Brad Pistotnik Law specializes in workers’ compensation cases that require intensive skilled litigation.
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