Being injured while on the job can be devastating to both the injured worker and his or her family. In some instances, what originally appeared to be a minor injury may actually prove to be much more serious and life-threatening than the injured worker may have realized. Should that be the case, it may be in the worker's best interests to have his or her workers' compensation case re-opened. First and foremost, workers' compensation benefits will be able to provide an injured worker with the financial means necessary to get all accident-related medical expenses paid.
These types of benefits can also compensate a worker for lost wages caused by time away from work. In cases where an employee's work-related injuries have resulted in a partial or total permanent disability, that employee may be eligible to receive disability benefits for the duration of his or her life. If you have experienced a new condition, an additional condition or you have been made aware of a previously undiscovered condition, you may be entitled to have your workers' compensation case reopened.
Hiring an expert workers' compensation attorney from Fendon Law Firm, P.C. to represent you in your case will not only significantly improve your chances having your case re-opened, but it will also increase the possibility of you being able to maximize your claim and get the positive results you deserve. Our attorneys have decades of experience working in the workers' compensation industry.
We understand how important workers' compensation and disability benefits are to injured workers and that is why we are relentless in our pursuit of compensation on our clients' behalf. If you feel your workers' compensation case should be re-opened, do not hesitate to call our firm and schedule an appointment to meet with a Phoenix workers' compensation attorney. Once we have reviewed your situation, we will be able to advise you of your legal rights and assist you in determining how to proceed.
We are available to represent clients throughout Arizona, including Prescott and Flagstaff.