There are at least two big decisions to make when you get hurt on the job:
First, who gets to choose your treating doctor? Under most circumstances, you do if you have a family physician or someone with whom you or a family member have received medical treatment in the past. While getting hurt on the job can result in lost time at work and strain on your financial health, having an adjuster interfere with your medical care can be damaging to your physical and mental health.
This leads to the second big decision: Who can you turn to for help? Who is on your side? Choosing a lawyer with experience is important. For more than ten years, I have been fighting for the rights of victims of workplace accidents.
Brock Law Offices wants to help you fight back against insurance companies, their hired guns, their nurse case managers, and their lawyers to ensure your best interests are protected, and that you get what the law says you should get.
We don't work for insurance companies. We work for injured people. When the adjuster tells you something, remember their first allegiance is to their insurance company employer. If you want to rely upon them to safeguard your family's welfare and your financial future, that is a risk you are entitled to take. But, if you want someone on your side, someone who routinely fights insurance companies for the rights of injured Americans, then call Brock Law Offices for your Workers' Comp.