Hiring an attorney for your workers’ compensation claim can be one of the most important steps you take in claiming your benefits. New York workers’ compensation lawyer Richard R. Rowe can provide you with the dedicated, skilled service your case requires. He gives each client and their case individualized service in fighting for the benefits they deserve. Call us today to discuss your workers’ compensation claim and how Richard R. Rowe can help you.
CHOOSING A LAWYER
In New York, workers’ compensation law can entitle employees injured on the job to certain medical and financial benefits. The process to file a claim can be complex, lengthy, and have long-term ramifications for the claimant and their family. An injured worker may choose to file a workers’ compensation claim on their own, but whenever there is an injury at work, you consulting with a lawyer who has experience in workers’ compensation law can be highly beneficial.Before you hire an attorney, gather information on your case, such as when and how you were injured, the injuries you suffered, and any treatment you have received thus far. This will help you as you interview attorneys, but will also be useful when you file your claim.
An attorney is only paid if your workers’ compensation claim is successful. If you hire a workers’ compensation attorney, their job is to help you fight for the medical treatment requested by your doctors, as well as your lost wages. An attorney will only get paid if a judge awards you monetary benefits and authorizes the attorney’s fee. If there is no award, there is no fee. If a fee is awarded, then the insurance company will withhold it from your check and pay the attorney directly.
DEDICATED TO HELPING YOU
New York worker’s compensation attorney Richard R. Rowe is dedicated to providing his clients with individualized, diligent legal service. As a sole practitioner with years of experience in the area of workers’ compensation, he can give your case the attention and care it deserves. He will guide you through the application process, work with healthcare providers to seek the treatment you need, and represent you in any appeals. Call us today at (631) 285-6500 or contact us online for a free consultation.
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