Injury at work
Injuries and medical conditions are considered work-related when they arise from your employment or occur during the course of your employment. This can be while you are actively working, present at a work location, travelling for work, or another circumstance associated with your job.
Common injuries include:
When you have been injured on the job, the general method of recovery is to make a claim under worker’s compensation. This type of claim can be pursued at the same time as one against a third party, often a negligent party. For example, if you are injured in a car accident caused by another person while driving a company vehicle, you may have a claim under worker’s compensation and a personal injury claim against the other driver.
Because workplace injury claims can involve multiple responsible parties and sometimes extensive research, it is important to have an experienced personal injury attorney on your side to handle the matter. If you have been injured on the job, your first priority should be seeking medical treatment to treat and document your injuries. Second, you need to report the injury to your employer within thirty days of the incident. It is not uncommon for initial claims to be denied, so keep in mind that a denial can be challenged. An experienced attorney can review your case and assist with the appeals process so you will begin receiving compensation for your injuries.
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If you have been injured at work, you may be legally entitled to recover damages for your injuries and the expenses incurred due to them. The experienced attorneys of Oldham & Delcamp are prepared to pursue your claim and seek full compensation for you.
About Oldham & Delcamp
We understand the physical, financial, and emotional toll a car accident places on your life. Our legal team treats all clients with the respect and compassion they deserve. We stay in communication with you throughout the process so you are never wondering about the status of your case.
When another driver chooses to text and drive, drink and drive or runs a red light, their impact on your life is disastrous. No one should pay out-of-pocket for medical expenses resulting from an accident that was no fault of your own.
Sadly, many auto accidents result in a fatality. If you’ve lost a loved one due to the negligence of another driver, you may be entitled to a wrongful death claim. While it doesn’t replace your loved one, it may protect your family’s financial future.
Call the office of Oldham and Delcamp Trial Attorneys today at 727-610-6758 to schedule a free consultation or visit us online. Oldham and Delcamp serve Pinellas, Hillsborough, Manatee, Citrus, Hernando Lake, and Marion Counties.
Don’t delay—the sooner we review your case, the sooner we can decide upon the best course of action for you. Time is of the essence due to the Florida statute of limitation for filing your case. Fight for the justice you deserve by contacting us as soon as possible. We can help as your slip and fall lawyer, DUI law and auto accident attorney as well as rear-end accidents attorney, trucking accidents attorney and premises liability lawyer. We can also help as your wrongful death attorney, assault and battery lawyer, and criminal theft attorney.
Oldham & Delcamp is a member of the Attorney’s Real Estate Council of Pinellas County, is also currently on the Board of Directors of the Pinellas County Bar Association, and is the former chair of the Real Property section.
When your freedom is on the line, you need an attorney that is aggressive, responsive, and experienced. Oldham & Delcamp is committed to making sure that each of our clients receives the personalized attention of one of our attorneys.