Work Injury Attorney for Upper Marlboro and Annapolis
A workplace injury can be painful and disabling. In addition to the physical trauma, a work injury can also lead to financial hardship. How can you pay your bills and support your family when you are too injured to work?
Don’t worry. If your job is covered by workers’ compensation, your medical bills and a portion of your weekly wages will be paid even when you are unable to work. But it doesn’t happen automatically. Dealing with the workers’ compensation system can be complex and confusing. That’s why you need a very good lawyer.
Jaklitsch Law Group: Workers Compensation Lawyers
Call for a Free Consultation: (301) 627-8700 or 866-586-6079
Whether you were injured in a construction accident or developed a debilitating repetitive stress injury at an office job, you have a right to receive workers’ compensation benefits.
At the Jaklitsch Law Group, our workers’ compensation attorneys can help you through the process to make certain you are receiving all the benefits to which you are entitled. Please contact our law office today if:
- You need assistance with your workers’ compensation claim
- You need to appeal a claim denial
- Your workers’ comp benefits were terminated
- You are not receiving the correct amount of workers’ comp benefits
- You are having difficulty getting appropriate treatment for your injury
- You are being pressured to return to work before you are able to do so
- You want to receive a lump sum payment of benefits instead of weekly payments
Our attorneys are skilled in workers’ compensation law. We will analyze your case to determine whether you have a right to receive financial compensation in addition to workers’ compensation. If the negligence of someone other than your employer caused your injury, we will file a third party claim against the person or organization that caused you harm.
To schedule a free consultation and case evaluation, please contact the Jaklitsch Law Group today.
From our office in Upper Marlboro and Annapolis, we represent injured people throughout Prince George’s County, Anne Arundel County and in southern Maryland (Baltimore, Bowie, Suitland-Silver Hill, Greenbelt, Waldorf, Saint Charles, Clinton, Parole, and Columbia).