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Workers’ Compensation

Wyoming Workers' Compensation Attorneys

Have you been injured at work? Davis & Johnson Law Office can help you manage the workers’ compensation process. You must report your injury to your employer within 72 hours of being injured and submit a Report of Injury to the Division of Workers’ Compensation within 10 days. If you’re struggling with completing the form or if you have problems getting your claim approved, contact our Wyoming workers’ compensation lawyers.

We’re here to help support you after being hurt at work. Your employer-sponsored workers’ comp benefits can help ensure that you have access to quality medical care to help you recover and a wage benefit so you can pay your bills if you have to miss days or even weeks at work.

But what happens when your valid claim is denied, or the insurance company minimizes how badly you were hurt? You shouldn’t have to suffer financially or risk reinjury by not getting the proper medical care you need. We can protect your rights and help you get the benefits you’re entitled to.

Wyoming Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Support Injured Workers Like You

Although getting your medical care covered and your weekly wage benefit should be straightforward, sometimes people have trouble getting everything they’re entitled to. Your employer may try to blame you for the accident, especially if there is confusion about exactly what happened or the claim is large.

You have the right to appeal a denied claim, and our workers’ compensation attorneys can draft your appeal and ensure that it is supported with the correct documentation. Don’t let the door slam on everything that you’re entitled to. Let our Wyoming workers’ compensation lawyers take this burden off your shoulders.

The Knowledge + Experience You Need For Workers’ Compensation Disputes

Our legal team keeps up-to-date on changes to Wyoming workers’ compensation regulations. This includes changes in the law that would affect your claim and options for injured workers whose employer does not have workers’ compensation insurance. If the employer is supposed to carry this coverage but does not, then we’ll advise you of your legal options to take the next step.

In addition to workers’ comp, some people may have options to seek compensation after being hurt at work. Suppose a subcontractor, vendor, or other third party caused the workplace accident. In that case, you may be eligible for a third-party lawsuit, recovering additional damages to cover losses like pain and suffering and the entirety of your missed wages or salary.

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Hurt on the job? Whether you’re suffering from an acute injury or have developed an occupational disease, you have plenty of benefits available to you through Wyoming workers’ comp. We can help make sure that you get everything you’re entitled to. Our focus is on you and your needs.

Davis & Johnson Law Office is here to guide you through your worker’s compensation claim. Call us at (307) 433-0921 or email us at today.

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