Every day, hard-working people just like you are injured on the job through no fault of their own. And after you’ve been hurt in a workplace accident, you may be unable to earn a paycheck, leaving you unable to provide for your family and pay your medical bills. In some cases, the pain and psychological impact from workplace injuries can take years to heal and thousands of dollars to treat.
Unfortunately, many employers don’t want to shoulder the responsibility and expenses after an employee has been hurt on the job. As a result, your employer may offer you an unfair settlement or even threaten to fire you. Your employer’s insurance provider may give you a one-time offer that most likely won’t begin to cover all the costs associated with your injury. And once you accept the offer, you forfeit your rights to further legal action and compensation.
If you’ve found yourself in this position, it’s time to call the Nashville workers’ comp attorneys at GriffithLaw.
How Can a Lawyer Help?
At GriffithLaw, we’ll examine the circumstances, environment, and equipment involved in your Tennessee work accident to determine responsibility. This includes investigating your employer to see if they have a history of neglecting to provide a safe workplace. If we find evidence that other employees have suffered similar work-related injuries, we can file negligence charges against your employer and prove its track record of failing to provide a safe working environment.
The workers’ compensation claim process can be confusing and overwhelming, and one mistake could cost you thousands of dollars. Let us negotiate on your behalf to reach a fair settlement that covers your medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses related to your injury.
Get the Help You Need
After you or a loved one has been hurt in a workplace accident, contact GriffithLaw for a free initial evaluation of your case. After all, your employer and its insurance providers have lawyers looking out for their best interests—you should, too. Call us today at 615-807-7900 to discuss your Tennessee workers’ comp case.