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Mesa Healthcare Workers’ Compensation Attorney

Healthcare workers can become injured while on the job due to inherent risks they face with the job. These risks can lead to accidents and injuries. The most common types of injuries in a workers’ compensation claim for healthcare workers include back injuries, foot injuries, slip and fall injuries, and infectious diseases.

Healthcare workers who have been injured while at work are likely eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. The Mesa healthcare workers’ compensation attorneys at Crossman Law Offices, P.C. have focused their practice on workers’ compensation and fight to get their clients the benefits and compensation they deserve. The attorneys at Crossman Law Offices, P.C. can help with all workers’ compensation claims and have secured benefits from healthcare workers in Mesa and surrounding areas.

Choose Crossman Law Offices, P.C. for Your Healthcare Workers’ Compensation Case

The attorneys at Crossman Law Offices, P.C. only practice workers’ compensation, which means this deep focus has given us a more thorough understanding of workers’ compensation laws, and more experience in handling complex cases, like healthcare workers’ compensation claims, than our competitors.

Additionally, we are a firm of only attorneys and we do not employ paralegals, which means when you give us a call, you will only speak with an attorney. We spend our time answering every call from current and potential clients.

Our promise is to offer free, no-obligation consultations to every client. Our workers’ compensation attorneys personally answer every call. There are no hidden or upfront fees. When you employ Avery Crossman as your attorney, you pay nothing unless we win compensation for you.

Why a Healthcare Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Is Essential to Your Case

Depending on the injury, a worker has different avenues to compensation and may be entitled to various means of compensation. The most common causes of healthcare workplace accidents include:

  1. Overexertion: According to UniFirst First Aid and Safety, overexertion causes 35% of all work-related injuries, making it the largest contributor to workers’ compensation costs.
  2. Slips and Falls: According to the Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index, slip and fall claims account for 19.2% of claims.
  3. Repetitive Motions: According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Occupational Health and Safety Administration, repetitive motion injuries cost employers an estimated $80 billion a year.

Sometimes, identifying an injury can take time. However, claims must be submitted within a specific time frame, which is why having an attorney to help you through the process is sometimes necessary. Additionally, an attorney can help connect the injury with your job in more difficult claims.

Call a Healthcare Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Today

Health care workers have a hard and tiresome job. Oftentimes, they will sustain a workplace injury either due to repetitive motion or contracting a disease through patient contact. If you are a healthcare worker who has sustained an injury while on the job or are likely entitled to receive financial compensation for your injuries. Filing a healthcare workers’ compensation claim can be extremely difficult and sometimes time-consuming. It is imperative that you have an advocate on your side to properly file a claim to get you the compensation you deserve.

At Crossman Law Offices, P.C., we can help you file for workers’ compensation effectively and efficiently. Our Mesa healthcare workers’ compensation attorney will ensure that all the correct forms are filled out and submitted. We will keep track of all deadlines and ensure the insurance companies have the information they need to approve your claim. We can even help you after receiving a denied claim. Do not hesitate, contact us today by clicking here or calling (602) 497-4359.