The good news is that Louisiana has fewer work injuries than the national average, according to 2018 numbers from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Of course, workers in Louisiana still get hurt every year. Workplaces reporting the highest number of injuries included health care and hospitals, utilities, public safety, local government, couriers, retailers and building material suppliers.
At Workers’ Compensation, LLC, these are some of the injuries we see all the time:
Injuries at work often come from lifting heavy objects, slipping and falling or getting caught in equipment. Injuries can also include burning, scarring (even from surgery), lost teeth and carpal tunnel syndrome.
Over the course of helping 10,000 people, our workers’ compensation lawyers have learned how to document all kinds of work injuries for a successful workers’ comp claim.
No matter what type of injury you have, we can provide an initial consultation on your case for free.Get My Free Evaluation!
While workers’ comp benefits can be a financial lifesaver after an injury on the job, workers’ comp insurance companies often stand in your way when you need help the most.
For them this isn’t a benefit; it’s an expense.
That’s why you need to be careful in choosing the doctor you see for your injury:
As soon as you can after you’re hurt at work, talk to a workers’ compensation attorney.
The early decisions you make can make a big difference in what you get later. It’s like making the right moves early in a game of chess.
At Workers’ Compensation, LLC, we know how the game works.
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“Before I got injured at work I didn’t know that lawyers like this even existed. Workers’ Compensation, LLC, saw my suffering and jumped into action immediately.”
“My company’s insurance didn’t want to fork over the cash after I got hurt at a satellite work site . . . . A big thanks to Workers’ Compensation, LLC, for getting my case taken care of quickly and to my benefit.”