Worker’s Compensation

The firm of Templer & Hirsch is devoted to representing clients injured in work accidents. Worker Compensation Cases are one of our speciality practices that we excel in. Our expertise allows us to do the best job possible for you!

Worker's compensation is a type of insurance that provides financial and medical benefits to employees who are injured on the job or suffer from an occupational related illness. An example of this is working in a Night Club in Miami, you have hearing loss. When you go to the doctor for it, since it is a work related injury you can get compensation from it!  It is a no-fault system, which means that an employee does not have to prove that their employer was negligent in order for them to receive benefits. Instead, the employee simply needs to show that their injury or illness was related to their job.

In most states such as Florida, employers are required to carry worker's compensation insurance for their employees, and employees are typically eligible for benefits regardless of who was at fault for the injury or illness. These benefits can include payment for medical expenses, lost wages, and rehabilitation costs.

Worker's compensation is designed to help employees get back to work as soon as possible by providing benefits to employees. In some cases, this may involve providing medical treatment and rehabilitation to help the employee recover from their injury or illness. In other cases, it may involve providing vocational training or other assistance to help the employee find a new job if they are unable to return to their previous occupation.

Employees covered by worker's compensation are generally not allowed to sue their employer for damages related to their injury or illness since it's covered by insurance. However, an employer intentionally causing an injury. It is important to know what area your Worker Compensation case resided in. Cases in Miami, Aventura, Florida for Worker Compensation have different laws than California.

If you have been injured on the job or are suffering from an occupational illness, it is important to report the injury or illness to your employer as soon as possible and to seek medical treatment. You should also be sure to follow all of the rules and procedures for filing a worker's compensation claim in your state. If you have any questions or concerns about your rights or benefits under worker's compensation, you should call us at Templer & Hirsch.

Templer & Hirsch has handled thousands upon thousands of injury claims, over their 33 years in practice.  Templer & Hirsch can help you too.  You are invited to call us for a Free Consultation.


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