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Mike Walker has represented hundreds of people who were injured on the job. His clients have received millions of dollars over the past quarter century.

If you were injured on the job, you are generally entitled to Workers’ Compensation benefits. Most injured workers hurt their claim because they do not promptly report their injury and/or they do not require their employer to fill out workers’ compensation forms. Do not be afraid to report your injury to your employer, because by law your employer has to report your injury to both its insurance company and to the  Department of Labor.

There are two phases to a workers' compensation claim, with the first being the treatment phase where your medical treatment should be paid by Workers’ Compensation.  During this phase, you are generally entitled to certain monetary benefits, commonly known as Temporary Total Disability Benefits (when a Workers' Compensation doctor takes you completely off work) and Temporary Partial Disability Benefits (when you are returned to light duty work activities, but remain under the care of the workers' compensation doctor; and either (1)  your employer has no work or fires you; or (2) your employer pays you less upon your return to work.

The second phase is the settlement phase and it is important that you have an experienced attorney who understands the settlement process, including how the AMA Guides to Permanent Impairment affects your case. We have over a quarter century of workers' compensation experience and are ready to FIGHT FOR YOU!

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