Kentucky Workers' Compensation Lawyer
Helping Injured Workers in Kentucky Get Benefits They Need
If you are hurt in an accident on the job, your employer and its insurance company are obligated to provide workers' compensation benefits so that you can recover from your injuries. However, in many cases, the insurance company may quickly determine that you are functioning normally as before the accident and discontinue benefits. At the Copeland & Romines Law Office, PLLC in Corbin, Kentucky, we have extensive experience representing injured workers.
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The most important thing in workers' compensation cases is to receive adequate compensation for your injuries. We understand the strategies and tactics insurance companies use to deny workers' compensation benefits - and we know how to represent you so that you receive a fair settlement or in front of the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ).
Temporary and Permanent Benefits
If your doctor has ordered you to be taken off work, we understand that you are concerned about lost wages. We will explain the workers' compensation system and help you understand what to expect regarding temporary and permanent benefits. If your injury has caused a permanent disability, we are also available to protect your interests not only in the workers' compensation system but in Social Security disability insurance.
You Need a Workers' Comp Attorney
The workers' compensation system is an administrative system that was written by the Kentucky legislature. Simple mistakes can cause your case to be dismissed. As experienced workers' comp lawyers, we will help you understand the process and advocate for you so that you can get the benefits you need to pay for medical bills and other damages.
You will not pay us anything unless we recover for you. If you have suffered a workplace injury in Kentucky, call 606-657-0082 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation. We will work closely with you to help you make informed legal decisions and seek the compensation you need.