You can get coverage for medical costs and your lost paychecks if you were hurt on the job in Louisiana.
Workers’ compensation benefits provide protection from financial disaster, allowing you to focus on recovering and rebuilding your life after a major setback.
Many Louisiana workers, however, don’t understand everything they are entitled to receive.
And employers and workers’ comp insurance companies take advantage of that fact to deny or shortchange your benefits.
You can stop them from shortchanging you with help from a special kind of lawyer, a lawyer like Corey Fitzpatrick, partner at Workers’ Compensation, LLC.
Early in his career, Corey worked at an insurance defense law firm, representing employers and insurance companies on the other side of workers’ comp claims.
He didn’t find any satisfaction in helping deny benefits to injured workers, so he switched sides.
Corey grew up in a middle-class New Orleans family watching his parents work hard to provide a nurturing home and strong futures for their children. That inspires him to make a difference for other working families in the New Orleans area.
Our law firm helps people after job injuries in Metairie, New Orleans, Hammond, the Northshore, Baton Rouge, Houma, Lafayette, Alexandria, Shreveport, Monroe—anywhere in Louisiana.
Workers’ comp claims are different from personal injury cases. You’re not alleging negligence. But you are pursuing the right results. You want a lawyer who knows this special legal system.
As you can tell by our name, Workers’ Comp Is What We Do.Give us a call! »
The workers’ comp lawyers at Workers’ Compensation, LLC, back you up when you’ve been hurt at work. Our law firm was created for everyday, hardworking Louisiana people who need—and are entitled to—financial relief after illnesses and job injuries disrupt their incomes and lives.
“Objectively, this was the most effective law firm I’ve ever dealt with . . . and I was fully confident after just our first consultation that they were going to make problems disappear. Lo and behold, they did.”