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Florida Welding Accident Lawyer

Steel Fabricator Welds a Steel Beam at Work

Welding accidents comprise nearly 25 percent of fatal accidents and one-third of non-fatal amputations. From third-degree burns to blindness, the repercussions can be lifelong and far-reaching.

Berlin Law Firm sympathizes with the ongoing pain, fear of losing work and financial stress one can feel after even one day of missed income. That’s why we work hard to take one major worry off your plate – your workers’ compensation claim.

Over 30 years of experience, we have nurtured our client-first mentality providing compassionate support and representation on behalf of injured workers. If you or a loved one has been involved in a welding accident in Florida, we are prepared to protect your legal rights and pursue financial peace of mind for you and your family.

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Florida Welding Accidents: What You Need to Know

Our firm is solely dedicated to handling workers’ compensation cases for clients across the state, which is important if you decide to seek legal representation. The workers’ comp system is complex and can be difficult to navigate.

If you have been injured in a welding accident in Florida, here’s what you need to know: 

Florida Is a No-Fault State

In a no-fault state, the workers’ compensation system operates on the principle of “no-fault,” which means that it doesn’t matter who caused the accident or injury. Employees are generally entitled to receive benefits under the workers’ compensation system, regardless of fault or negligence. After an accident, you have the legal right to pursue a work injury insurance claim.

You Could Be Entitled to Thousands Under Workers’ Compensation

If you have been injured in a welding accident while on the job, you may be eligible for benefits under the state’s workers’ compensation system. Workers’ compensation is a form of insurance that provides medical benefits, wage replacement and other support to employees who sustain work injuries or illnesses. Some of the benefits that workers’ compensation may pay you include:

  • Your medical costs
  • Bills for rehabilitation
  • Prescription drugs
  • A portion of your lost wages
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Berlin Law Firm Can Help You File a Claim

Making a welding accident claim can be confusing with so many steps to take. Fortunately, you don’t have to navigate the legal system alone. In fact, we recommend against it in most cases.

Berlin Law Firm will explain your rights, handle all communication with insurance companies and other parties involved and pursue an optimal outcome on your behalf. Our priority is ensuring you receive the compensation and other rightful benefits that you deserve while keeping your job or ability to work intact.

The Time to Contact an Attorney is Now

In the aftermath of a welding accident, unanswered questions can overwhelm you and lead to procrastination when it comes to taking action. However, time is of the essence. It is crucial to remember that there is a thirty-day window to report your injury and a two-year statute of limitations to file a claim and seek the benefits you deserve.

We Focus on Winning, So You Can Focus on Healing

When it comes to fighting for your rights, we will go the distance. Our workers’ compensation attorneys will explain your legal options, best possible outcomes and handle each step in the process. We are in business to serve you, at no cost out of your pocket.

Contact our welding accident lawyers for a confidential case evaluation at 941-265-1631.

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