What to do if You've Been Seriously Injured on the Job

The accident attorney team at The Injury Law Firm of South Florida knows how important it is that victims of work injuries have a good understanding of how the Florida Workers’ Compensation claim process operates.
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While we sincerely hope that you never have reason to need to know what to do after an accident on the road – or anywhere else for that matter! – we understand firsthand that automobile accidents are an unfortunate reality, particularly in a highly populated state like Florida. In the event that you or a loved one is ever involved in car accidents in Florida, it’s important that you arm yourself with knowledge that could help to protect your rights.

Our Personal Injury Law Firm Wants You to Understand Your Rights After an Accident or Injury at Work

It’s simply not fair for victims to have to rely on their employer or the insurance company to get an understanding of their rights and responsibilities at this vulnerable time.


That is why our team of attorneys developed a FREE consumers’ guide to Florida workers’ comp. “What to do if You’ve Been Seriously Injured on the Job: Workers’ Compensation Claims in Florida” is an easy-to-read, legalese-free eBook that provides injured victims and their families with vital information about what happens after a serious work accident in Florida.

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Some of the things you will learn about Florida workers’ comp include:

  • When you are NOT eligible for Workers’ Compensation. (Did you know that in some cases, your own behavior can nullify your right to recovery? That’s why an accident attorney is such an important advocate for you every step of the way!)
  • A step-by-step guide of what to do after a work accident. (Failing to do something on this list may threaten your case!)
  • A breakdown of the kinds of common medical expenses that you may be able to include in your claim. (This includes an outline of how much you can expect and the duration of payment.)
  • The kinds of challenges you could face in a Florida Workers’ Compensation claim. (Beware: Some employers may knowingly or unknowingly prevent you from getting access to your earned compensation.)

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