Workers' Compensation Attorney Serving Florida and Georgia

Accidents in the workplace can cause a significant legal headache. Fortunately, the law provides accident protection for injured workers to enable them to receive compensation for injuries and losses that have been caused by the negligence of others. The law also offers income and medical benefits to those who have been injured in the workplace, regardless of who was at fault. This provision is known as workers’ compensation.

Florida and Georgia laws allow you to seek recovery for income losses and medical expenses through the workers’ compensation program. When you are denied workers’ compensation benefits, it’s time to bring in an experienced workers’ compensation attorney to fight for you. With more than 50 years of combined representing workers, The Leach Firm, P.A. can represent your interests when facing a workers’ compensation case and work to ensure you receive fair benefits.

Fighting for the Workers’ Compensation You Need

As an injured worker, you deserve service from a skilled and knowledgeable lawyer who will fight for the benefits to which you’re entitled. The Leach Firm, P.A. can help protect your rights and manage your workers’ compensation claim in Florida or Georgia. Our workers’ compensation attorneys are here to guide you through the complicated process involved with workers’ compensation laws.

Whether you have questions about workers’ compensation, you need to pursue these benefits, or you simply want to ensure your workers’ compensation benefits continue into the future, The Leach Firm, P.A. is here to assist you. Our attorneys know just how difficult it can be to obtain the benefits you deserve. That’s why we work tirelessly to find and achieve the best available resolution for your case. 

Call on Our Firm for Your Workers’ Compensation Claim

After a workplace injury, you should have an experienced legal advocate fighting on your behalf. When you hire The Leach Firm, P.A. to represent your legal interests, you can count on our combined experience of over 50 years. Our workers’ compensation attorneys are here to guide you through the complicated claims process involved with workers’ compensation laws in Florida and Georgia.

If you need help with a workers’ compensation claim, do not hesitate to call on The Leach Firm, P.A., today. We can answer your questions and provide top-notch legal counsel to move your case forward. To begin, simply give our office a call at (844) 722-7567. We look forward to serving you.

General Questions

01

What is workers compensation?

Workers compensation is a state-regulated system that provides medical and lost wage benefits designed to help you if you are injured on the job or develop a work-related illness. There are no pain and suffering benefits under the Florida Workers’ Compensation Statute.

02

What benefits do I receive from workers compensation?

If it is determined that your work-related injury is compensable under Florida workers’ compensation laws, you are entitled to receive medical and wage loss benefits. You could receive a portion of your lost earnings for the time you miss from work because of your work-related injury or illness. Also, workers’ compensation pays the medical bills associated with treatment for your injury.

03

Do I receive pain and suffering?

Unfortunately pain and suffering is not available in worker’s compensations. Injured workers are limited to medical and loss wage benefits. However, if you were injured through the fault of a third party, damages, including pain and suffering could be available in a third party negligence case.

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When do I tell my supervisor about an accident at work?

No matter how minor, it is imperative that you inform your supervisor right away from the accident. You may not feel hurt right after the accident, or you may be embarrassed, but if you do not notify your supervisor within 30 days of the accident, your claim could be denied.

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Where do I get initial medical treatment?

After notifying your employer of the accident, go to the doctor chosen by your employer or your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance carrier.

General Questions

01

Who pays my medical bills?

All authorized medical bills should be paid by the insurance company.

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What do I do if I receive a bill from my doctor?

In Florida, the workers’ compensation insurance carrier will dictate who you can treat with for your work accident injuries. You are entitled to a one time change during the course of your injury; however, the insurance carrier will choose your one-time change as well.

03

Can I see my own doctor or change the doctor I am treating with?

In Florida, the workers’ compensation insurance carrier will dictate who can treat you for your work accident injuries. You are entitled to a one-time change during the course of your injury; however, the insurance carrier will choose your one-time change as well.

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Receive Fair Compensation for Your Workplace Injury

Whether we need to battle your insurance company in court or fight for a fair legal settlement to reach the most desirable results for your case, we will always put your needs first. When you’ve been hurt while on the job in any type of accident, reach out to us at your earliest convenience to request a free consultation from an experienced workers’ compensation attorney. Contact us today at (844) 722-7567.

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Receive Fair Compensation for Your Workplace Injury

Whether we need to battle your insurance company in court or fight for a fair legal settlement to reach the most desirable results for your case, we will always put your needs first. When you’ve been hurt while on the job in any type of accident, reach out to us at your earliest convenience to request a free consultation from our experienced attorney.