Since every case is unique, it can be beneficial to discuss the particulars of your case with an attorney who understands the complex workers’ compensation process. This way you will fully understand your rights. Marshall Grinder Debski Pitts Law Firm offers free initial consultations with no obligation, so you waste no time in pursuing the benefits you deserve.

Some claimants choose to hire attorneys as soon as the injury occurs. You can feel secure proceeding with workers’ compensation claims when a knowledgeable lawyer is guiding you through the process, maximizing your benefits.

Other injured workers contact an attorney if a conflict arises with the employer, the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, or if there are other parties involved with the injury. Some seek advice when they wish to collect both workers’ compensation and Social Security benefits.
Every situation is different.

If you have any questions or concerns about your case, it’s advisable to meet with an attorney. If you do hire the attorney, most will work with you on a contingency basis. This means that the attorney will not get paid unless you receive your benefits.