Who is eligible for workers’ Compensation?

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Individuals who may have suffered injuries while at work can qualify for worker’s compensation as long as they meet the basic eligibility requirements. Even contractors, individuals paid cash, illegal aliens, employees hired though a staffing firm or through employee leasing, and on cases where the employer is not responsible for the accident and you are found at fault, worker compensation benefits may still apply to you.

Allow our firm to help you get your benefits

Injuries at work happen quite frequently but the question we always ask ourselves is, “Will I qualify for worker’s compensation?” Our workers comp attorneys are well-equipped to answer all your questions and settle your legal argument. At Gallardo Law Firm our basic goal is to help individuals who have suffered an on-the-job injury. We are very familiar with the worker’s compensation system and will be able to tell you right away who qualify and who don’t.

We will ask you a couple of questions but the most important one is, “who gives you your paycheck?” It’s a significant question particularly for nonstandard employees and temp workers since it will help them find out where they need to file their worker’s comp claim. In some cases, you don’t file with the company you work for.

Who is not entitled to receive worker’s comp?

Some people may not qualify for worker’s compensation after experiencing a workplace accident. For instance, employers with perhaps three or less workers are not required to have worker’s comp insurance. Nevertheless, cases like these may also qualify for benefits.

The most important thing is to protect your rights and the rights of your loved ones when been hurt at the workplace. One of our labor law attorneys in our Miami law firm will be able to carry you through the whole compensation claim process. Individuals who filed a claim in the past and it was denied can still get benefits with our help.

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Contact us right away to find out about your worker’s comp eligibility. Call (305) 261-7000 or e-mail us to schedule your initial consultation with an experienced attorney. Hablamos Español