We handle all kinds of workers’ compensation claims (sometimes called “workmans’ comp”) for industrial accidents and occupational diseases. If you’ve suffered an injury or developed a disease on the job, your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance carrier is generally supposed to pay for:
- All recommended medical care, including all doctor and hospital visits, medical testing, surgeries, recovery care, etc.
- Partial wage replacement due to your inability to work or your reduced earning capacity. (Temporary Partial or Temporary Total Disability).
- Any permanent damage you’ve suffered from the injury or disease. (Permanent Partial Disability).
- Lifetime compensation if you are permanently totally disabled due to your injury. (Permanent Total Disability).
- Death benefits to your spouse and dependents.
Draper, UT worker’s compensation attorney
If the insurance company has refused to pay for any of these items or if they are just giving you the run-around, we can help you determine if you should file a claim with the Utah Labor Commission. We work on a contingent fee basis on these types of cases, which means that our only fee will be a small percentage of any money we can get for you either through settlement or trial. Utah Workers’ Compensation laws can be complicated, but we’re happy to explain things to you in plain English.
We’re happy to consult with you on the phone, especially if it’s hard for you to get around due to your injury.
Contact our office with legal questions or for a consultation with an attorney.