Work Injury Lawyer in Dallas
Ensure Your Employer Provides the Coverage You Need
Injuries happen. When they happen at work, employers are expected to give
their employees the resources they need to get better as quickly and fully
as possible. If you were injured because of the work you were doing for
an employer, it is their responsibility to see that you are given the
coverage you need to recover. Unfortunately, this does not always happen.
You may need the help of a Dallas personal injury lawyer who can build
a case fighting for your needed compensation. Call MAS Law Firm today
and schedule a free consultation to get started.
Dial (972) 460-9339 now and begin working with MAS Law Firm on your case.
Your Rights as an Employee
In the State of Texas, business owners must choose one of two options:
either subscribe to workers’ compensation insurance or decline to
do so, handling work injuries as they occur. If there is an accident that
results in an injury, being without insurance can become extremely expensive.
While the safer option is to have insurance coverage in place, many employers
still refuse to do so. Instead, they hope to avoid having to cover damages
through legal strategy.
Employers can avoid paying a settlement for your injuries by demonstrating
they were caused by:
- Willful criminal acts
- Intoxication from drugs or alcohol
- Off-duty recreation
- An act of God
When preparing your case for compensation, it is important to make sure
you get the help of experienced attorneys in planning for what to expect.
MAS Law Firm has decades of experience building legal strategies that
help our clients obtain the best outcome for their situation.
What to Do After an Accident
The most important thing for you to do is recover, and you should focus
on that as much as possible. Let MAS Law Firm help you obtain what you
need to cover medical expenses, but do not put off going to the doctor
because you are worried you will not be able to pay for it.
Following your injury, you should:
- Seek immediate medical attention from a doctor you trust
- Get the doctor to document all your injuries, even if they don’t
seem too serious
- Take photographs of the conditions of the accident
- Obtain witness statements from anyone present during your injury
- Keep copies of correspondence between you and your employer
It can be challenging to fight for the coverage you need, even if the injury
was clearly not your fault. Texas’ comparative negligence laws make
it possible for employers to shift the blame and pay less in damages,
so you need to build a strong case that protects your interests. Call
the award-winning Dallas personal injury lawyer at MAS Law Firm for more
Schedule your free consultation with MAS Law Firm today. Dial (972) 460-9339.
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