Even a Seemingly Minor Fracture Can Have Major Consequences
Common bones broken in workplace accidents include bones in the arm, wrist, hip, ankle and collarbone. Treatment often involves setting the broken bone and immobilizing it with a cast or brace. In some cases, surgery may be needed to implant screws or pins. Recovering from a broken bone can take weeks or months to heal.
In the meantime, the injured worker is faced with medical bills and less income coming in. Workers' compensation benefits pay for all reasonable and necessary medical treatments and also provides partial wages while the worker is temporarily disabled. But the claims process can be confusing and frustrating. Employers and insurance companies often challenge benefits and pressure injured workers into returning to the job before they are fully healed.
We Can Fight For You
Attorneys Jonathan Tabor and Leigh-Ann Tabor fight for the rights of injured workers in Mississippi. We know the laws and how the system works. Our office is located in Ridgeland, not far from the Jackson office of the Mississippi Workers' Compensation Commission. We visit that building often to fight for the rights of our clients.
We can build a strong case that proves your injury was work-related and fight to get you all of the benefits you deserve. If your claim is denied, we will stand by you through every hearing in the appeals process. We will keep fighting until we get the best results for you. That's why we litigate most of the workers' compensation claims we handle.
If you suffered a broken bone from a work-related accident, get an experienced workers' compensation attorney in your corner. Contact us for a free consultation. Call (601) 944-9588.