- You don’t have to be at your job site for your injury to qualify.
- Getting sick from chemical exposure qualifies as an injury.
- You can choose your own doctor.
There are many twists and turns in Louisiana workers’ compensation law and how it is administered. If you have been injured, you may need an experienced workers’ comp lawyer from Cox, Cox, Filo, Camel & Wilson L.L.C. to defend your rights.
On-the-Job Injury Attorneys
This is a short list of compensable worker injuries:
|Back and neck injuries|
Spinal cord injuries
Brain and open head injuries
Electrical injuries and burns
Repetitive stress injuries
Loss of vision and hearing
Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Law
Louisiana workers’ compensation law pays disability benefits for both temporary and permanent injuries. In most cases, benefits equal two-thirds of the employee’s average weekly wages. In permanent, total disability, benefits may be paid for life.
The law is supposed to protect workers, but it often wrongly denies benefits. Oftentimes, workers need an experienced workers’ comp attorney to stand by them and insist that proper compensation is made.
Also Defending the Rights of Health Care Providers to Get Paid
At Cox, Cox, Filo, Camel & Wilson L.L.C., workers’ compensation cases can have two dimensions:
- The worker who is hurt on the job and is entitled to compensation for his injuries
- The medical provider or health care worker who treats that worker, but is unable to get proper reimbursement for care
Standing up for underpaid medical providers has become an important practice area for us. If your practice, hospital, or clinic is having difficulty obtaining reimbursement for workers’ comp cases, drop us an e-mail or call us.
We Invite You to Call Us
If you have been injured at your place of work and have been denied compensation, we urge you to contact the Lake Charles workers’ compensation attorneys at Cox, Cox, Filo, Camel & Wilson at 337-240-9349 or toll free at 800-836-3702.
We also help seriously injured workers file for Social Security Disability Insurance.
We take worker injury and wrongful death cases on a contingency fee basis. That means we get paid only if you get paid. Call for a free initial consultation.