Work Accidents & Injuries
If you have suffered a work-related injury or developed a serious job-related condition such as carpal tunnel syndrome, getting the workers’ compensation benefits you need can be an intimidating challenge. Finding qualified medical attention and promptly notifying your employer are crucial steps. The best way to prevent or resolve problems with your claim is to consult a lawyer with extensive experience navigating the Virginia workers’ compensation system.
The Insurance Company Does Not Have The Final Word On Your Claim
It is essential to recognize that a workers’ compensation insurance company will evaluate and administer your workplace injury claim. These companies strive to limit what they pay out and maximize profits, sometimes creating great hardship for injured Virginia workers and their families. Many people who must deal with unjust claim denials, undervalued claims and other problems need a lawyer’s help to involve the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission and challenge their decisions.
Experienced Advocacy · All Types Of Work Injuries And Workers’ Comp Problems
At Parthemos & Curran, PLLC we have many decades of experience helping people in Winchester, Prince William County and throughout the Shenandoah Valley obtain their rightful workers’ compensation benefits. Our approach is hands-on and rigorous. Our legal team can step in at any point in the process to help protect your future. Our knowledge and capabilities cover a vast range of concerns associated with:
- Traumatic injuries caused by lifting, falls, equipment malfunctions, on-the-job car and truck accidents and a range of other events
- Injuries suffered by people performing in all types of occupations – shop and factory employees, nurses and other health care workers, municipal workers, office workers and more
- Harms ranging from moderate injuries requiring rest and time for recovery to work-ending injuries and tragic workplace fatalities
- All types of difficulties encountered with workers’ compensation claims and benefits, including premature terminations of benefits and inability to get authorization for necessary medical treatment