Workers Compensation Lawyers
Accidents and injuries often happen at the workplace. If you are suffering from a work-related injury, you are entitled to compensation from your employer for lost wages, medical bills, and permanent disability. The workers' compensation system applies if you are injured on the job, even if you are unable to work or perform your prior duties.
Our attorneys at Burge & Burge can help you determine the nature and severity of your injury, as well as how it interferes with your work. We then take that information to determine your eligibility for benefits. Sometimes these factors are disputed. Your employer may not agree with the degree to which your injury interferes with your work, or even the extent of the injury, which can result in your benefits being denied.
Whether you are temporarily or permanently disabled, our workers' compensation lawyers at Burge & Burge will work hard to help you secure the benefits you need. We have successfully represented workers suffering from injuries sustained in work-related accidents, whether at a construction site or in an industrial setting. Examples of some job injuries include:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Repetitive stress injuries
- Industrial accidents
- Back injuries
- Neck injuries
- Car accidents
- Construction accidents
If you have suffered a work injury or an accident at work and want to seek compensation for your lost wages or you need representation because you have been denied compensation benefits, contact us to schedule a FREE initial consultation to discuss your case. Our workers compensation attorneys are located in Birmingham, Alabama, and represent clients in Jasper, Homewood, Hoover, Greystone, and many other locations statewide.
Our law firm, located in Birmingham, Alabama, provides FELA and personal injury legal services throughout the Southeastern U.S., including the cities of Birmingham, Montgomery, Tuscaloosa, Huntsville, Dothan, Gadsden, Mobile, Anniston and Decatur. We bring FELA claims in many states, including Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky, Ohio and Florida.