Workers Compensation Attorney – Perica Law Firm

Temporary Total Disability (TTD) Lawyer

Worker Compensation Attorney

If you do not understand your benefits or how to file a claim, it is extremely important to consult with a knowledgeable worker’s compensation attorney. Sometimes employers and insurance companies dispute worker’s compensation claims, in order to avoid paying benefits. They may argue that your injury didn’t occur on the job or that you weren’t employed by the company.

If an individual has been injured in a work accident, contact us online or call us at (618) 251-4400. We will not hesitate to travel to meet with you in the hospital, at home or another convenient location.

Temporary Total Disability (TTD)

With more than 25 years of experience with workers’ compensation laws, we know the deadlines, the process for filing the appropriate forms and how to avoid delays. Many of our clients are most concerned about receiving their temporary total disability benefits, especially if their injury is being disputed.

At the Perica Law Firm, we know you need immediate treatment. You also need to pay your medical bills. While we are fighting for a fair final settlement, we will make sure you receive the temporary compensation you are entitled to.

Injuries Caused by Repetitive Trauma

Though many workplace accidents can result in serious, sudden injuries, such as broken bones, and head, neck and spinal injuries, many work-related conditions are caused by repetitive trauma. If you are suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome, or another condition caused by a repetitive action you performed at work, you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits.

If you suffered from multiple trauma or injuries in the workplace you can get medically reimbursed. Unfortunately, a lot of people have no idea how to file a claim or fight for the medical reimbursement they deserve from their employers. Fortunately, the experienced workers compensation attorney at Perica Law Firm is well versed in representing workplace injury victims in court.