We see constantly that employees often say they feel threatened or bullied by their employers not to file a workers’ compensation claim.
It is imperative that you do not resign or quit prior to speaking with a Savannah workers’ compensation lawyer. If you do, your employer will have successfully made your claim a medical only claim, meaning that they may still be responsible for your medical care. However, if you are taken out of work, the employer/insurer will not be responsible to pay you weekly benefits.
In that situation, you would not be able to work because of your injuries yet you would receive no weekly checks or payments to keep you and your family from drowning in debt. That is why it is critical that you speak with a Savannah workers’ compensation lawyer to discuss the facts of your claim.
Ty Wilson is a Savannah workers’ compensation lawyer who has written several special reports on the subject of workers’ compensation in order to educate injured workers and their families on what rights they have and what benefits they may be entitled too. Order you FREE special report today at 912-508-4711.