Most states require employers with a certain number of employees to carry workers' compensation insurance in the event of a workplace accident leading to injury. These laws protect employers as well as employees, as injured workers whose medical and wage damages are paid out by the workers' compensation insurance companies are barred from suing their employers over the accidents that caused their injuries. Nonetheless, it is still important for injured workers to speak with a work injury attorney regarding their situation.
When it comes to workers' compensation, Texas is among the few states that do not have this policy. In the state of Texas, employers may opt not to provide workers' compensation coverage for their employees. If your family member or you yourself have suffered a workplace injury, and your employer has chosen to provide workers' compensation insurance, discuss your options with our team at The Daspit Law Firm.
You could be entitled to various forms of compensation through workers' compensation insurance, such as:
Whether or not the accident was "your fault," workers' compensation covers any job-related injury. Speak with a Victoria personal injury attorney from our team about your case now. We fight to maximize our clients' recoveries and to protect the amount to which they are entitled.
At our firm, we work one-on-one with our clients. We do not advertise our experience only to pass you off to a new support staff member. Our services are yours, and you can rely on us for quality representation.
Call The Daspit Law Firm for a free case consultation as soon as you can.
All too often, accident victims are steamrolled by insurance companies determined to minimize or deny their claims. Don't let this happen to you. Hire us to fight for the compensation you deserve.