Workers Injured On The Job Can Get Workers' Compensation

If you are injured on the job, your employer is supposed to pay for your medical treatment, even you caused your injury. You may also be able to receive a percentage of your wages when you cannot go back to work. Your employer will also be responsible to pay the health care provider for treating any other medical condition your injury caused.

Your employer and their insurance company may try to negotiate a settlement with you that does not cover the full cost of your injuries. Your boss may try to minimize your suffering from an injury such as a repetitive strain injury, for example. Your employer may even try to talk you into quitting your job. Before you accept a settlement offer, call our firm to speak with our experienced workers' compensation attorney at 505-445-2109. We can answer your questions completely.

Compassionate And Skilled Workers' Compensation Advocacy When You Cannot Return To Work

Employers with three or more employees are required to carry workers' compensation to provide benefits to their injured employees. If you have a previous existing condition that is made worse by your current workplace injury, your employer may be liable to cover your injuries.

It can be hard to get the medical attention you need to recover from your injuries and file a workers' compensation claim in the limited time given to do so. Complete documentation of the timeline of your injuries will help your workers' compensation case move forward quicker. At Pizzonia Law, LLC, you will meet with a knowledgeable lawyer who has the experience you need to navigate through the complex requirements of the state's workers' comp system. We can help you with filing a claim on through the entire claims process.

Get Highly Qualified Representation To Help You Seek The Benefits You Need

We understand time is of the essence when you are trying to heal, need medical attention for a sudden severe injury and are struggling financially. We are experienced in New Mexico's workers' compensation regulations. We look forward to answering your questions and helping you get the benefits you need through workers' comp benefits or a third-party lawsuit. Call 505-445-2109 for a free consultation. You may also email our office in Albuquerque by using our online form.