After being injured at work, a common question of injured workers is whether the workers' compensation insurance company will settle once their case is closed. It is rare for an insurance company to simply pay off an injured worker.
Other important questions exist as well. Will this injury be permanent? Will this injury prevent the worker from returning to his or her previous job? Will the injured worker be able to reopen the claim in the future if the injury gets worse?
At Crossman Law Offices, P.C., our lawyers have practiced only workers' compensation in Arizona for more than 60 years combined. We are certified by the State Bar of Arizona as Workers' Compensation Specialists.
If you have questions about a workers' compensation settlement, call us at 888-841-1197 or contact us online for a FREE CONSULTATION. You will always work with a Phoenix workers' compensation settlement lawyer.
Arizona Injured on the Job Lawyers
Workers' compensation settlements take many different forms. For example, an injured worker could settle for accrued past lost wages due, but not for future lost wages. Further, if an injured worker is close to the age of 65, Medicare is a factor.
It is always best to speak with an attorney before deciding to settle your workers' compensation case. The insurance company wants to pay you as little as possible. The insurance company claims adjuster is not going to tell you all the possible outcomes when offering to settle with you. He or she will not offer alternative options, and certainly will not tell you what the maximum amount your case is worth.
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If you are thinking about settling your Arizona workers' compensation claim, speak to a lawyer before you do anything. Some things are not worth the money. Piece of mind knowing that you have the right to reopen your claim in the future is invaluable.
Call Crossman Law Office and speak directly with one of our Arizona injured-on-the-job attorneys or contact us online. We have a combined experience of over 60 years and have drafted workers' compensation settlements for decades. We can explain your options and give possible alternatives.