If you have been injured on the job, you may rely on workers’ compensation benefits to pay for your medical bills and a portion of your lost wages. It is important to remember, however, there may be other avenues to financial relief.
- If your injury leaves you disabled, you may qualify for Social Security Disability insurance. SSDI benefits can help you pay your bills and maintain your lifestyle in the event of a disabling injury.
- In some cases, you may also file a personal injury claim. Personal injury law can provide compensation for “pain and suffering” and other elements not addressed by workers’ compensation law.
Our SSDI lawyers can help you pursue all of these legal remedies. We handle workers’ compensation and Social Security Disability claims ourselves, and work as co-counsel with other law firms in personal injury cases. Our full-service approach allows not only for convenience, but also the possibility of more money to get you through this difficult time.