Benefits for a workplace injury under the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act include:
The federal workers’ comp you could receive is a valuable benefit. It doesn’t have the same limits as state workers’ comp.
Most forms of Louisiana workers’ comp end after 10 years. Not so with OCSLA workers’ comp claims.
Louisiana also caps the amount you can get in compensation benefits much lower than the federal longshore program.
We can help you make sure you and your family are taken care of after a work injury sidelines you.
To see whether you qualify, talk to the legal team at Workers’ Compensation, LLC.
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When you’re hurt at work in a job covered by the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act, take these steps immediately to be sure you get the financial assistance you’re owed:
It’s important to move fast to start your claim. You have deadlines to meet. Plus, it can take time to get awarded benefits, so you want to start as soon as possible.
This is a special process run by the U.S. Department of Labor. It could require you to appear in a trial in front of an administrative law judge.
So talk to our lawyers as soon as you can. Our workers’ comp lawyers know how to handle this process. And the moves you make early can shape your success at winning benefits later.
You likely will pay no attorney fee. The federal law requires your employer and its insurance company to pay for your attorney in most cases.
Let’s make sure you recover from your injury in every way you can, including financially.
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