Settling Your Workers’ Comp Claim
Located in Statesboro, Georgia, our attorneys advocate for the rights of injured workers throughout the region. Contact our firm today for help protecting your interests during a workers’ compensation claim.
Once You Settle Your Case, Your Benefits Stop. Make Sure Your Settlement Agreement Is Fair.
If you were injured at work, you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. These benefits include two-thirds of your lost wages and medical benefits to cover the costs of medical care.
Insurance companies often try to settle workers’ comp cases so they can stop paying these benefits.
Claims adjusters are experienced professionals. After reviewing your injury, they know how much it will cost the insurance company to continue paying you benefits until you can return to work. They make settlement offers for one reason: to save the company money.
Let our experience and knowledge work for you.
At Barr Law Offices LLC, our lawyers carefully examine your medical records that we get from your treating physician to ensure the full extent of your injuries are known.
Will you need surgery in the future? How long will you be in physical therapy? How long will you need those epidural steroid injections in your back? How long will your hip replacement last? Is there a chance your injury could keep you out of the workforce for life?
We use this information to negotiate a fair settlement offer that fully compensates you for your injuries.
Having An Experienced Lawyer Benefits You
Insurance companies know you don’t know what your case is worth. But we do. As soon as you have an attorney involved, the value of your case increases.
Even though it may not always be in your best interest to settle, there are benefits to settling your case. This is different for every person. However, one of the benefits to settling your case is the control that comes with not having to deal with the insurance company or the workers’ compensation system anymore.
Get the money you need to treat your injuries and make up for lost wages. Call our firm today at 912-681-BARR (2277) for a free consultation. We work on a contingency basis — we don’t get paid until you do *.