Why Hire a Certified Specialist in Workers' Comp?

The frustration of getting injured on the job can be immense – lost wages, missed days of work, and medical bills all add up and can take a serious toll on your morale, not to mention your bank account. Many individuals without a workers' comp attorney find themselves at a loss of how to proceed. Should you file a lawsuit? How do you claim your deserved compensation?

There are numerous benefits to hiring a specialist certified in handling workers' compensation claims and it can be helpful to know what to look for in your ideal candidate. The more qualified your attorney, the more confident you can feel in the outcome of your case.

Benefits to Hiring a Certified Workers' Comp Specialist

One of the most difficult aspects of a work-related injury is the aftermath. No one enjoys dealing with insurance companies and doing so on your own can be a real headache. Without an attorney, many insurance companies take advantage of injured workers and get away with offering the lowest settlement possible.

An attorney who is certified in workers' compensation law can provide an even greater level of assistance when working with the insurance companies. Not only can they act as the go-between, they possess a depth of knowledge that other attorneys simply don't have.

If you sustained extremely serious injuries, you are better off focusing your energy on recovering. A certified workers' comp attorney can do the legwork for you and you'll be off the hook when it comes to hounding the necessary people for your deserved compensation.

In your search for the perfect attorney, don't feel like you need to hire the first one that comes calling. You deserve the best and choosing an attorney that is certified in workers' comp will pay dividends for years to come.

Your attorney will be representing you and fighting for your future, so making a wise choice is key. Think of it like a job interview – don't be afraid to ask questions and request references.

Reading the following questions are a great way to learn more about an attorney and if they're qualified to help you:

  • How much experience do you have in handling workers' comp claims?
  • Are you available to personally answer my questions, or will they go through a secretary?
  • Can you tell me about past cases you've worked on?
  • What are the steps you'll take to obtain my compensation?
  • What are the benefits of your certification?

In most cases, you'll have a gut instinct about who you can trust and who you can't. At Fenner & Boles, we pride ourselves on offering client-centered legal counsel and dedicated representation. Our attorneys are certified specialists in workers' compensation and would be honored to represent you.

For more information about how we can help you, get in touch with a Philadelphia workers comp' attorney today!  

1 Comments
I really like that you've included a list of questions to ask the workers compensation attorney in the article. After all, it can be quite intimidating to hire a workers compensation attorney, especially if it is your first time. In particular, I really like the question about making sure you can talk with the attorney directly and not through a secretary. http://www.kimfarnerinsurance.com
by Simon Brooks March 15, 2017 at 11:33 PM
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