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3 Reasons to Hire a Workers' Comp Lawyer for Your Injury Claim March 23, 2017

La Crosse, La Crosse County
3 Reasons to Hire a Workers' Comp Lawyer for Your Injury Claim, La Crosse, Wisconsin

If you've suffered an injury on the job, it isn't a requirement to have the representation of a workers' comp lawyer. An attorney, however, can make the entire process easier and less stressful for you, especially if your injuries are moderate to severe or require any type of surgery. Below are three reasons to hire a workers' comp lawyer for your work injury case.

The Important Reasons to Hire a Workers' Comp Lawyer

1. Obtain Help With Denied Claims

Unfortunately, not all workers' comp claims are approved. This isn't the end of your case, however, as you still have the right to appeal. Having the guidance of a workers' comp lawyer ensures all the proper legal channels are followed as you seek to appeal a denied claim and get the benefits you deserve.

2. Get Assistance With Your Disability Status

workers' comp lawyerIf your work injury has caused you to become temporarily or permanently disabled, it could have a profound impact on your workers' comp claim. Your injury attorney can best represent your interests should you experience a temporary or permanent state of disability. Also, if you have significant preexisting disabilities that were exacerbated by your work injury, an attorney can help you mount a strong legal case.

3. Have Support in Dealing With Employers & Insurance Companies

Your employers or their insurers may hand down adverse decisions that jeopardize your workers' comp claim. Your injury attorney deals with these parties so you don't have to. Also, having a skilled, experienced lawyer speaking on your behalf may give your case more legal weight and encourage your employers or their insurers to rethink the negative decisions they've made.

 

Contact Hale Skemp Hanson Skemp & Sleik to schedule a consultation with a workers' comp lawyer in the La Crosse, Wisconsin, area; they also offer services as bankruptcy, business, and criminal attorneys. Call (608) 784-3540 or visit them on Facebook or Twitter for more information. Don't handle a workers' comp case on your own; trust your health and your future to an attorney who cares.

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