Scottsdale Disabled Workers’ Compensation Attorney
Employees who have been disabled from a workplace injury may be able to earn compensation for either partial or full disability benefits. After suffering injuries in a workplace injury, an employee has the right to file a workers’ compensation claim to receive benefits for their disability.
At the Crossman Law Offices, P.C., our Scottsdale disabled workers’ compensation attorneys can secure the benefits you need. Call our dedicated legal team today for the experienced representation you deserve.
Why Choose Us for Your Scottsdale Disabled Workers’ Compensation Case
We are a father-daughter team, who work together to serve our clients better. Harlan (father) has been practicing since 1969, and Avery Crossman (daughter) has been practicing since 1994, giving us more than 65 years of combined experience.
Avery and Harlan have spent years tailoring their practice to only serve as workers’ compensation attorneys. This focus allows us to have a more thorough understanding of workers’ compensation laws, and more experience handling complex cases, than the competition.
Avery Crossman, is certified by the State Bar of Arizona as a specialist in workers’ compensation. This means that not only did she pass a complicated workers’ compensation examination but she has also established that she is professional, knowledgeable, and ethical in her practice area. Avery knows all of the ins and outs of workers’ compensation law and has the certification to prove so.
Why You Need an Experienced Disabled Workers’ Compensation Lawyer
Sustaining a debilitating workplace injury is devastating. It is important that you know you are not alone. A dedicated disabled workers’ compensation attorney will evaluate your case and determine the benefits you may qualify for, including:
- Temporary disability (TD) for up to 104 days
- Permanent disability
- Social Security Disability Insurance
If you’re receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits, these benefits may be reduced if you receive workers’ compensation benefits. A Scottsdale disabled workers’ compensation attorney can help you minimize how much your SSDI benefits will be reduced. If you are eligible for Medicare, you may also need to set aside a portion of your workers’ compensation benefits to pay for future medical costs.
An attorney can help you with a disability claim to get the most advantageous result for your specific case. This will ensure that you receive proper compensation for your disability injury.
Contact a Workers’ Compensation Attorney to Protect Your Rights
If you have suffered an injury that has left you disabled and unable to return to work, you are entitled to receive workers’ compensation benefits and possibly permanent total disability benefits. Suffering a work injury that has left you disabled can bring about many issues and stress. It is imperative that you take the necessary steps to get the compensation you deserve to cover your bills, lost wages, and expenses. Contacting a Scottsdale disabled workers’ compensation attorney will help alleviate some stress and worries in your life.
Worrying about compensation should not be a point of stress during this time, let our Scottsdale disabled workers’ compensation attorneys handle this process for you.
Reach out to Crossman Law Offices, P.C. today by clicking here or calling (602) 497-4359. The Scottsdale disabled workers’ compensation attorneys have experience handling these claims and will fight for your rights to the compensation you deserve.