Help After An Accident At Work
Injuries at work happen quickly. When you face obstacles to obtaining workers’ compensation from your employer, we can help you understand your options. We can also help you file an appeal if your employer’s insurer treats you unfairly.
Morgan, White-Davis & Martinez, P.A., offers careful guidance for people injured in workplace accidents. Attorney Paul J. Morgan has 40 years of experience and is board certified by the Florida Bar Association in Workers’ Compensation.
We are ready to help you obtain compensation for all types of work injuries, including:
- Slip and fall on wet surfaces or tall heights
- Crush or impact injuries, including amputation, broken bones and concussions
- Repetitive strain injuries, including back pain, joint pain, hernia and soft tissue
- PTSD for emergency workers
- Exposure to toxic chemicals or materials
Our seasoned attorneys have the insight you need to help you quickly understand your options to move forward. Workers’ compensation is available for missed paychecks, medical bills, ongoing treatment and physical therapy and job retraining. It is our goal to provide personal service to help you provide for your family and restore a sense of normalcy in your life.
COVID-19 Workers’ Compensation Is Available Now
The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation has reported: “First responders, health care workers, and others that contract COVID-19 due to work-related exposure would be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits under Florida law.”
Understanding The Law And Your Workplace Injury
According to Florida laws on workers’ compensation, the purpose of workers’ comp is “to assure the quick and efficient delivery of disability and medical benefits to an injured worker and to facilitate the worker’s return to gainful reemployment at a reasonable cost to the employer.” Our law firm can help if you are not getting the benefits that you should or you have been penalized at work for reporting your injury.
Perspective From An Experienced Attorney
Get personalized service from an experienced attorney. Call 407-629-5300 or complete our online form to request a free consultation. We also advise on Social Security Disability insurance (SSDI) if your workplace injury results in a long-term disability.