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Workers Compensation Claims
Workers Compensation Lawyers
When you show up to work, you have an expectation of safety. But there’s no guarantee that you’re safe, and accidents happen. When they do, the expenses add up. Workers’ compensation protects you from the high cost of a workplace accident. However, you may need to fight for your benefits. An Ardmore worker’s compensation attorney can guide you through the process and stand up for your rights.
By law, most Oklahoma employers must carry worker’s compensation insurance that will provide medical care and compensation to their employees. In the event of an injury, an employee is eligible for all of the following compensation:
Lost wages
Temporary partial disability benefits
Permanent Partial Disability Benefits
Death benefits
Medical expenses
Disfigurement
Temporary total disability benefits
Vocational retraining
That said, worker’s compensation cases can be very complicated. The process is intimidating, and you might experience difficulties trying to recover money for your accident. Here at Morton Law Group, we want to be your champion. We’ll be by your side throughout the whole process.
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What You Should Know About the Claims Process
After a serious injury, filing paperwork and dealing with the insurance company is the last thing on your mind. You need to consider your future, and failing to file for worker’s compensation in Oklahoma puts that future in danger.
The benefits are available to anyone who needs medical care after a workplace injury. Whether or not your employer was to blame for the accident, you’re eligible for compensation. What matters the most is that you report the incident in a timely manner and follow all of the steps needed for a successful claim.
Taking You Through the Process:
Filing The Claim:
For you to receive benefits, you need to report your injury to your employer immediately. Don’t wait. Next, you need to call Morton Law Group and let a member of our experienced team help you file your claim with the Oklahoma Workers’ Compensation Commission.
Medical Treatment and Benefits:
You have been hurt, off work, and need medical care. Maybe you need a second opinion. We can demand that you receive additional medical treatment and compensation while you are off work due to your work-related injury.
Settlement:
The doctor has released you. Now what? Under the law, you are entitled to compensation for the impairment your body has sustained due to the injury and subsequent medical treatment. How much is my claim worth? The insurance company is not going to tell you. Luckily, we have successfully handled hundreds of cases so let us fight for what you and your family deserve.
Court:
Sometimes, you have to be prepared to present your case to a judge. The insurance company has a team of attorneys working hard to protect them and you deserve the same. We provide our clients with professional representation so that all evidence and testimony is properly presented. You only get one shot so make it count.

Why Choose Morton Law Group?

We can’t take away your pain and suffering, but we can help with your recovery. Instead of focusing all of your time and energy dealing with insurance adjusters or filing a claim, let us take over. Our office can handle your claim while you spend time recovering from your injuries.
We understand all of the challenges that come with workplace injuries. Even a minor injury could have serious ramifications. The time you need to take off from work and recover could be enough to put you in financial distress. Combine that with expensive medical bills, and you might find yourself in a vicious cycle of debt.

Work with Us

Don’t take chances with your future. Put your trust in a law firm with experience successfully handling complicated worker’s compensation claims. We have represented hard-working Oklahomans from all over our state. In case after case, we have consistently helped people get the compensation they deserve for their workplace injuries.
Call us now to get started. The sooner you do, the sooner you can be on your way to recovery.