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If you have been injured by another person or entity’s negligence, you need someone on your side who will fight for your legal rights and for the fair compensation necessary to reach your fullest recovery. Injury claims are legally complicated, and yours is too important to leave to chance. Turn to an experienced Huntsville injury lawyer for the help you need.
While injury-causing accidents can occur anywhere, many happen on the job, and in these instances, workers’ compensation insurance is involved. Whether you are a documented worker or not, you have legal rights that are important to protect. Workers’ compensation insurance covers your necessary medical expenses and your lost wages up to a specific percentage of your current earnings, but obtaining just compensation is often a challenge—especially when there is a language barrier involved, you are concerned about your immigration status, or both. All of these concerns are completely understandable, but compassionate Huntsville injury lawyers have the experience and concern to skillfully advocate for your claim’s best possible resolution.
If you are injured on the job, you are covered by the workers’ compensation insurance that your employer is required to carry on most all employees. In Alabama, coverage includes undocumented employees. The serious nature of the injuries you sustain on the job and the losses you experience as a result can derail your life and make your future even more precarious, which is exactly why you need professional legal guidance in your corner.
Workers’ compensation claims—unlike personal injury claims—take the matter of negligence (your own or your employer’s) out of the picture. Generally, if you are injured while at work or in the course of your work, you are covered— whether you or your employer is at fault. This policy helps to balance your rights with your employer’s ability to continue running the business. In this way, you can expect a streamlined claims process while avoiding the challenge of filing a lawsuit against your employer, and the business that employs you does not have to overly concern itself with the threat of lawsuits hanging over it.
The bottom line when it comes to personal injury claims is that the insurance company handling your claim is highly invested in keeping your settlement as low as possible, and it will go to considerable lengths to help ensure that a low settlement happens. Be on the lookout for all the following signs that the insurance provider is engaged in less-than-fair practices:
When you work closely with a dedicated Huntsville injury lawyer, you are far better prepared to protect your rights and rightful compensation in the face of the insurance company’s tactics.
While your injury claim will be unique to you and the situation that leaves you injured, most injury claims fall into basic categories, including:
If you have been injured on the job or as a result of someone else’s negligence, having a Huntsville injury lawyer on your side is always in your best interest. Your attorney can help you in all of the following primary ways:
Look to an experienced Huntsville injury lawyer for the help you need. Call us today for a free case review.
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In Alabama a personal injury claim or lawsuit must be filed within two years of the accident. In other words, if someone was injured on November 30, 2020, the deadline to file your personal injury claim or lawsuit is November 30, 2022.