Injured on the Job?

Injured Workers are Entitled to Fair Compensation

If your employer's insurance company refuses to compensate you for you medical expenses, lost wages and disability, we can help you hold them accountable. The insurance companies first loyalty will be to the company that hired them, so don't think for one second that they will be looking out for your best interests. The insurance company will only be interested in paying you as little as possible to go away, and many will just deny your claim entirely.

If you have been injured at work, The Rollins Law Firm will gladly discuss you case. Contact us today by calling or filling out the form on the right side of this page. The most important thing you can do when injured on the job is notify you employer in writing as soon as possible and then call a good lawyer.

Notify Your Employer Immediately If Injured on the Job

It is very important that you immediately notify your employer in writing when you are injured on the job. If you verbally inform you employer, they may later claim that you never informed them and you will have no proof that you provided notice. Promptly informing your employer will insure that you receive the lost wages and medical care that you deserve.

Our primary focus is the customer and that is why you will always be treated with dignity and respect at The Rollins Law Firm. We focus on helping the little guy fight back against employers and creditors who try to take advantage of people.

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