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Guide to Your Worker's Comp Claim

Slidell Workers' Comp Attorney

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If you suffered a serious injury in a work accident in Slidell or Greater New Orleans, you need effective legal help that gets results - the benefits you deserve, so you can return to your job and continue to provide for your Louisiana family.

The skilled, experienced work injury lawyer you can trust is Lauri W. Maschek, Attorney at Law L.L.C.

Despite the complexity of Louisiana workers' compensation law and the unwillingness of employees and insurers to acknowledge a worker's legitimate injury, Laurie W. Maschek has shown that she can handle these workers' comp claims. She can help you navigate the process smoothly and efficiently. You may be entitled to workers' compensation benefits if you have been hurt on the job and can't work; tested positive on a post-accident drug screen; were involved in a motor vehicle accident while working and were found to be at fault; developed carpal tunnel syndrome as a result of your work activities; or were exposed to chemicals on the job that made you sick.

If a workers' compensation adjuster has already denied your claim, all is not lost - not while Laurie W. Maschek is on your side. Her experience can help you win. All you have to do is call her full service law office. Your initial consultation is free of charge.

Laurie W. Maschek aggressively protects your rights during every twist and turn in your workers' comp claim case, such as:

  • Your rights under the Louisiana Workers Compensation Act

  • Your right to see your own doctor

  • Your right to receive all medically necessary treatments, therapies, and medicines

  • Your right to receive workers compensation benefits if you are disabled and cannot work

    To find out more about the often complex Louisiana workers' compensation legal process and to schedule your free consultation with Laurie W. Maschek, contact us. Call us from where ever you are in the state, including Slidell and Greater New Orleans: 985-641-3311


Guide To Your Workers' Comp Claim

Here are some things you should know about Louisiana Workers' compensation cases - facts that Laurie W. Maschek has known for years and uses to your advantage when dealing with insurers:

  • You are entitled to retain your own physician

  • You are permitted to select your own psychiatrist or any specialty doctor

  • You are not supposed to incur any expenses as a result of your workers' comp claim

  • You can even apply for repayment of any expenses, such as mileage reimbursement

  • You do not have to suffer from the false hoods adjusters use to avoid releasing workers' comp benefits

If you have been involved in an accident at work, be sure to seek immediate medical attention and inform your supervisor as soon as possible. Injuries must be reported within 30 days to ensure eligibility for Louisiana workers compensation benefits.

Your employer will then notify and insurer and the office of Workers Compensation Administration (OWCA). Your employer may arrange for a separate and independent medical examination, at the company's expense, to determine if your injury qualifies you for benefits.

If your injury is deemed compensable, you may be entitled to medical coverage and financial compensation for lost wages. Eligible dependents may receive workers' comp benefits or secondary education scholarships when an injured party is permanently disabled or killed in a work-relates incident.

You receive our lawyer's quality legal services on a contingency basis. You owe no attorney fee unless we win your case - and the benefits to which you are entitled.

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