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Contact Workers Comp Lawyers in Houston Texas

  You need a Workers’ Compensation lawyer that will fight for you. Your insurance company is not in the business of looking out for your best interests. The insurance company is in business to make a profit. If you don’t have an aggressive lawyer you are likely to not get some benefits or get less than you deserve.
Don’t be afraid to call us and ask questions. There are no dumb questions. If you don’t really have a question call our Workers Compensation Lawyers anyway and let us explain some of the issues you should be thinking about. Here are a few questions that you may want to ask:
  1. Can I get an advance from the Workers’ Comp Insurance Company?
  2. Can my weekly check be increased?
  3. Can I change doctors or get a second opinion?
  4. Should I worry about being fired?
  5. Should I be seeing a chiropractor?
  6. How much can I get for my lump sum settlement?
Handling a comp claim on your can lead to disaster, we have experience in representing injured workers before the Division of Workers’ Compensation (previously known as the Texas Workers’ Compensation Commission).
Our Workers’ Compensation Lawyers can provide you with the necessary information to make the right choices so that you can receive the best medical care, benefits and income. Texas Workers’ Comp enables an injured worker to receive medical benefits as well as income benefits. You should be receiving treatment for ALL of your injuries, not just the ones the insurance company wants to accept. Do not let the carrier deny you benefits. An experienced workers’ compensation lawyer can stop the carrier and the employer from harassing you into returning to work before your doctor says that you are ready to return to work. In addition, you need to make certain you have a good doctor working for your interests, not trying to make the insurance company happy so that they can maintain a good relationship with the carrier.
Texas Workers’ Comp also provides benefits to the surviving spouse and children if the worker has died as a result of an accident on the job. While most workers are covered, federal employees, seaman, shipyard workers, railroad workers, and longshoremen may be covered under different laws such as the Jones Act, Longshore Act, or F.E.L.A. We can help identify the proper coverage and assist you with your claim.
When experience and knowledge matter, turn to professionals who understand Texas Workers’ Compensation Law. Call us today at 1-888-434-COMP to ask a question or talk to one of our experienced Texas Workers’ Comp lawyers. Don’t worry about talking to a lawyer because we are just regular folks who are ready to talk to you. You really ought to find out all you can about Texas Workers’ Compensation so that you can make the right choices and decisions. Ask for a free copy of our new workers’ comp book!
Ogletree Abbott attorneys are licensed only in the state of Texas unless otherwise indicated in the biographical section. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. We consider employment in another State only in association with co-counsel licensed in that State. References to laws are limited to federal and State of Texas law.