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Understanding The Workers’ Compensation Process

Following a work-related injury, important deadlines come into play for workers’ compensation. The first step is to report the injury or illness as soon as possible. You will then be contacted by your employer’s insurance company.

If you do not understand or properly exercise your rights, you could make significant mistakes that might limit your benefits. You could even lose your benefits entirely. As a result, it is wise to secure experienced legal counsel. Your employer cannot retaliate against you for exercising your right to seek independent legal guidance during the workers’ compensation process.

Experienced Guidance Through All Stages Of The Process

At Wallace Boggs, PLLC, in Fort Mitchell, our attorneys have decades of experience guiding injured employees through the workers’ compensation process. We represent workers across Northern Kentucky at all stages of the process, from the initial application for benefits to determinations of maximum medical improvement to denials or modifications of benefits.

Injuries and illnesses can be costly. Our lawyers help clients pursue the financial benefits they need for:

  • Diagnostic tests (MRIs, CTs, EMGs)
  • Physical therapy
  • Surgery
  • Counseling
  • Medical bills
  • Rehabilitation
  • Reconstructive surgery
  • Lost wages

We handle both temporary and permanent disability benefits as well as survivor benefits for those who have tragically lost loved ones.

Learn More About Your Rights During A Free Initial Consultation

We offer contingency representation, which means we will not charge attorney fees unless we obtain compensation for you. To schedule your free consultation, please call 859-905-0948 or submit an online inquiry.