A serious injury can impact your ability to work, take care of your family, or even take care of yourself. If that injury occurred at work or while performing work-related duties, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits for medical expenses, lost wages, disability and future medical care needs. Crocker·Carter·Hall, PLLC, represents workers in Jackson and throughout Western Tennessee in recovering workers’ compensation benefits. We will prepare your case and fight hard to ensure the workers’ compensation benefits to which you are entitled.
Immediately after an accident, it is important to report your injuries and consult with an experienced advocate who can begin preparing your claim. Workers’ compensation law is extremely complicated and without an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer, you could risk waiving your claim or settling for far less than your claim is worth. Our Jackson area workers’ compensation claim attorneys are experienced with claims involving:
Many workers’ comp claims are denied at the outset. This is to limit the number of claims and to discourage filing. When you are legitimately injured, you have the right to fight for compensation from your employer and any insurance companies relevant to your claim. Our attorneys will review your case, ensure that your injuries are properly evaluated and documented, and will aggressively pursue your case at every stage, including appeals when necessary.
Please call 731-686-2400 to arrange an initial consultation or case evaluation.
At Crocker Carter Hall law firm in Milan, Tennessee, our attorneys handle workers' compensation cases in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee, Gibson County, Tennessee, and throughout West Tennessee.
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