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Learn from our Columbus Workers' Comp Lawyers

If you have been injured on the job, you may be eligible for workers' compensation. Because there are numerous benefits that vary from case to case, it is important to consult with a Columbus workers' comp attorney directly about your circumstances. Depending on your employment status or insurance coverage, you could be looking at a wide-range of coverage to virtually none at all. Turn to Charles Zamora Co., L.P.A. for the experienced representation you need during this time.

What workers' compensation benefits are available?

Before you fully accept any compensation that is given to you by your employer or insurance company, be aware that you may be entitled to more than their initial offer. Withholding benefits is unfortunately quite common, but you do not have to settle. Your suffering deserves a voice and we are committed to helping you secure the money you deserve.

Primary areas that workers' comp benefits cover include:

  • Medical:Initial treatments and medical costs are typically covered entirely by medical workers' compensation. Ambulances, time spent in the ER, medical visits, and medications all typically fall into this category.
  • Rehabilitation: Physical therapy or specialized care required to recover from an injury may be covered entirely if rehabilitation fees are included in your insurance policy.
  • Disability: If you have been injured so severely that you are debilitated and unable to work, you could be given financial compensation for your disability. Coverage usually varies from temporary partial disability to permanent total disability, depending on the damage.
  • Death:If a loved one has died due to a work-related injury, you and your immediate family could be eligible for financial recovery.

If you need help figuring out what workers' comp benefits you need, want, or currently have – or if you think you are being denied proper compensation – the Columbus workers' comp lawyers at Charles Zamora Co., L.P.A. can help you today! We have over a decade of experience with personal injury cases and focus almost exclusively on the victims of work-related injuries.

Don't lose money due to your injury – pursue compensation instead! Call 614.344.6822 right now.

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Charles Zamora Co, L.P.A. - Columbus Workers Compensation Attorney
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Phone: (614) 344-6822 | Local Phone: (614) 221-1300.
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