If you’ve ever been injured at work, you know how frustrating it can be. Physically, emotionally, financially — an injury can take a toll on you and your family. Whether you were performing job-related duties or simply injured on company property, you may be searching for resolution and peace of mind. Part of this recovery process includes receiving workers' compensation benefits. Those benefits typically include medical care related to your injury and lost wage payments for the time you missed from work. After an injury at work, you expect to receive an adequate level of care. Unfortunately, navigating the system can feel like working your way through a maze.
As dedicated workers’ compensation attorneys in Billings, Montana, we’ve helped injured workers and their families get the benefits and compensation they deserve. As we listen to your story and work together, we’ll do everything we can to make sure you are given fair compensation. Schedule a free consultation today to learn more about our comprehensive workers’ compensation services.
Dealing with Insurance After an Injury
Throughout our time serving Billings and the rest of Montana, we’ve helped people who were injured at work with a variety of different injuries including:
- Spinal cord injuries
- Carpal tunnel injuries
- Rotator cuff injuries
- Neck and back injuries
- Knee injuries
- Muscle tears
- Joint issues
- Other serious injuries
When you are trying to get workers’ compensation benefits after an injury, you must go up against insurance companies. These companies may seem friendly on the phone, but they are trying to protect their bottom line. Looking out for their own interests and experienced in cases just like yours, they are fully prepared to deny your claim. If you are going to be successful, you'll need experienced legal representation on your side. You'll need someone who is looking out for your interests.
At Gerstner Adam Law, we've navigated the maze of workers’ compensation many times. Our clients know they deserve benefits after a workplace injury, but they often need a little guidance on how to take that first step. So how does the process work?