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Florida Workers Compensation Attorney
The workers’ compensation system in the United States is a no-fault insurance program providing employers and employees with a method for resolving workplace disputes regarding injuries, disease and death. Worker’s compensation benefits financially assist injured workers and their families in obtaining necessary medical care and meeting economic obligations. Workers’ compensation also aims to provide benefits for the families of employees who have lost their life while on the job.
The attorneys and legal professionals at the Law Offices of Michael Barszcz, M.D., J.D., serve clients with diligence, dedication, and respect. We are committed to creating, developing and maintaining close professional relationships with our clients. We focus on honestly and aggressively protecting the interests of injured people and their families.
Florida Workers Compensation Lawyer, Michael Barszcz, M.D., J.D., a medical doctor and civil trial lawyer, represents those who have been injured as a result of medical malpractice, nursing home abuse or neglect, and other instances of negligence or deliberate misconduct. A graduate of Brown University Medical School(M.D.) and the University of Florida College of Law(J.D.), he also has 21 years of aggressive litigation and trial experience. Although he used to work defending insurance companies, doctors, and hospitals, he now puts his inside knowledge to work for you.
Understanding Workers’ Compensation
The law in Florida requires most employers to carry workers' compensation insurance. Generally, the underlying basis for workers' compensation law is to encourage employers to develop a safe work environment. Unfortunately, many employees still experience accidents, illness or death due to unsafe conditions. The attorneys at the Law Offices of Michael Barszcz, M.D., J.D., have successfully represented employees who have sustained the following work related injuries:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Hand and shoulder injuries
- Neck, back and knee injuries
- Injuries to internal organs
- Psychiatric injuries
- Neurological injuries
- Toxic poisoning
- Repetitive trauma injuries
The laws that govern workers’ compensation generally prohibit an employee from suing the employer. However, in some circumstances, the employer may be subjected to liability if the employee can establish that the employer acted in bad faith or in such a manner as to intentionally harm the employee. In other circumstances, a third party such as a manufacturer may be liable for faulty equipment that caused a work-related injury to the employee.
If you have been denied legitimate benefits you may wish to contact the experienced workers’ compensation attorneys at the Law Offices of Michael Barszcz, M.D., J.D. The professional legal team routinely represents clients facing unreasonable denial of their rightful Workers’ Compensation benefits. The attorneys are highly knowledgeable in Workers' Compensation law and have successfully represented hundreds of injured workers.
The staff thoroughly investigates the circumstances of the injury and understands the financial and emotional impact of workplace injuries. The attorneys are dedicated to protecting their clients’ interests, investigating potential third party claims, and obtaining the following benefits to which the client may be entitled:
- Medical benefits
- Total or partial disability benefits
- Total and permanent disability benefits
- Loss of function benefits
- Disfigurement benefits
- Vocational rehabilitation benefits
If you have been injured on the job, you may contact the Law Offices of Michael Barszcz, M.D., J.D., serving Orlando, Florida, to speak with our Florida workers compensation lawyer for a free consultation to discuss your potential workers’ compensation claim.