Hurt on the job? Did another employee hurt you on the line of duty, and your employer is saying they aren’t at fault for the injuries or will not pay for the injuries and medical care you require? No matter what type of employment law case or legal battle you are involved in, the team at Kentons Law Office can help you and answer your questions as it relates to the matter. Do I have a case? Can I file a claim against the social security administration office? Should I file a claim against my employer when I am hurt? And, the list goes on.
You have these, and so many other questions as it relates to your employment or disability law claim. Since you aren’t a lawyer, and since your employer is threatening retaliation, you feel as if you have to do what they say, or you will lose your job. Not only is this incorrect, it is illegal for your employer to try to force you to do something (or not do something), and tell you that your job is at stake. IF this has happened, the team at Kentons Law Office is also going to guide you through this, and inform you of your rights against your employer.
Social security disability, workers comp, retaliation claims, and other employment law cases can get messy and they can be difficult for you to know what to do and whether or not you should file a claim. When you have the right legal experts on your side, not only will the claim filing be much easier, but it is also going to allege all the wrongs against you, and demand the damages you are entitled to, when you are hurt by another person/co worker, or due to your employer’s negligence on the job site.
There are many questions swirling around in your head after you are hurt at work. And, one of those is should I do anything and file a claim against my employer? Depending on the level of damages, fault, and other factors, the answer might be yes and it may be no. Our team at Kentons Law Office will help you determine if you have a claim, what your case is worth, and if you should go about filing a lawsuit. Don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any employment law issues and need a consultation or advice, we are here to help!