Workers Compensation vs Personal Injury Lawsuit

Many clients approach our top-rated lawyers confused about the differences between a workers’ compensation claim and a personal injury lawsuit. We recommend that you contact one of our top-rated attorneys today to get a free consultation and help you determine the best options for your case. You can get more information from our personal injury lawyers about the next steps in your case.

Can I Simultaneously File a Personal Injury Claim and a Worker’s Comp Claim?

It is possible to file a worker’s compensation claim and a personal injury lawsuit in court simultaneously. However, the amount you receive from your worker’s comp claim may affect your future lawsuit. Please contact us for more information.

Do I Need to File a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

Contact Tenina Law for assistance with your lawsuit. We are available 24/7 to answer any questions or concerns you may have. Filing a personal injury claim or worker’s compensation case can be challenging, and there are specific steps you must take to ensure that all paperwork is correctly filed. Our accident lawyers have been helping clients obtain the compensation they deserve for decades.

Workers Compensation

Employers must file a workers’ compensation claim within two days; otherwise, the employee will lose the right to receive benefits. We recommend contacting our lawyers as soon as you are injured at work.

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