In Florida, workers are protected by law when there is an injury that takes place during the course and scope of the job. It should be noted that fault or liability is not a required element to pursue a claim or case for worker's compensation in the State of Florida. Furthermore, it should be noted that the worker can even be partially or wholly at fault when there is an injury that takes place at work.
The purpose of Florida Worker's Compensation Laws is to provide an injured worker with benefits in the form of medical bills, lost wages, and other benefits while a worker is unable to work, is only able to work on a light duty basis, and for the personal injuries that ultimately are permanent in nature.
Unfortunately, injured workers are not always provided with the necessary medical care, lost wages, work accommodations, and other benefits that the injured workers deserve in the aftermath of a work related personal injury. A Florida Worker's Compensation Attorney can guide and represent the injured worker through the maze and challenges of the system and when necessary take formal legal action by taking the case through a final hearing to protect and enforce the legal rights of the injured worker.
Based in Jacksonville, Florida, David Wolf handles personal injury and worker's compensation cases throughout the State of Florida. With over 30 years of experience, David Wolf knows what it takes to get the job done and works tirelessly to protect and enforce the legal rights of this clients. Contact David Wolf today for a Free Consultation. David Wolf is On Your Side - At Your Side.
When it comes to Florida Worker's Compensation claims and cases, there is good news and bad news. What is the good news? The good news is that the injured worker does not have to prove fault on the part of the employer. There is no need to show negligence or carelessness on the part of the employer. As such, Florida Worker's Compensation claims and cases are a bit different than other types of cases. For instance, if two private individuals are involved in a car accident that is not work related - there needs to be showing of fault to proceed on a case or claim for personal injuries and related damages. What is the bad news as it relates to Florida Worker's Compensation claims and cases? The bad news is that the forms of compensation are based on a formula and there are caps or limitations in place that do not typically apply to other forms of personal injury cases.
Due to the complexities, formalities, time constraints, and restrictions in place for Florida Worker's Compensation matters, an injured worker should seek out legal advice, guidance, and representation in the aftermath of a work related personal injury. Attorney David Wolf handles Florida Worker's Compensation cases on a contingency basis. In other words, if there is no recovery - there are no attorney fees or costs charged to the client. David Wolf is available 24 / 7 to his clients and potential clients. Contact David Wolf today at (904) 500-WOLF or (904) 500-9653.
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