EXPERIENCED TEXAS WORKERS’ COMPENSATION ATTORNEYS CAN AND DO MAKE THE DIFFERENCE
The amount of benefits, both indemnity and medical, at stake in workers’ compensation claims can be staggering. Workers’ compensation income benefits can last up to 401 weeks (almost 8 years) and in Texas, an injured worker
is entitled to medical benefits that are reasonable and necessary to treat their compensable injury for the rest of the injured worker’s life. As you can see, combined medical and income benefits can total hundreds of thousands
TEXAS WORKERS’ COMPENSATION LAW IS COMPLICATED
Texas workers’ compensation law is complex and constantly changing. The law has deadlines and filing requirements, the failure of which to meet can be devastating to your claim. Texas is the only state in the United States that does not mandate that employers carry workers’ compensation insurance. If you are injured at work due to the negligence of your employer or a fellow employee and your employer has made the decision to not purchase workers’ compensation insurance to protect its workers, we can and will help you investigate, file and aggressively pursue a personal
However, if your employer has workers’ compensation insurance, you will need an experienced, resourceful and professional workers’ compensation attorney to aggressively pursue benefits for you and your family. Remember, often insurance companies are in business to make a profit. One way insurance companies make profits is to collect premiums and deny claims. Unless you know the law, you are likely to get fewer benefits than you deserve or perhaps no benefits at all. Let us help you avoid mistakes that could cost you tens of thousands of dollars and affect your health, future and the future of your family. Don’t wait until it’s too late. Almost every day we receive calls from injured workers’ who have lost everything or received something less that they were entitled to because they were not properly represented by a non-lawyer, relied upon erroneous non-lawyer legal advice or simply did not know the law.
STATE EMPLOYEE OMBUDSMAN ARE NOT ATTORNEYS AND
ARE PROHIBITED FROM THE PRACTICE OF LAW IN TEXAS
You know the old saying, “you get what you pay for.” You may be advised to contact or use the free services of a state employee Ombudsman who work for the Office of Injured Employee Counsel. Be advised that Ombudsmen are not lawyers and any lawyers who happen to be employed by the Office of Employee Counsel are prohibited by Texas law from becoming your lawyer and representing you in any hearing or proceeding.
With so much at stake, why would you trust your claim with anyone other than an experienced workers’ compensation attorney? In Texas, insurance companies are represented over 90% of the time at benefit hearings by experienced, resourceful, and professional workers’ compensation attorneys. These attorneys aggressively represent insurance companies. They know the law, know how to obtain evidence, and know how to present the evidence before an administrative law judge or hearing officer.
The attorneys of J.A. DAVIS have the EXPERIENCE AND RESOURCES necessary to successfully fight INSURANCE COMPANIES AND THEIR LAWYERS and we have the track record to prove it.
Remember, insurance companies hire experienced, resourceful, and professional workers’ compensation attorneys to protect their interests; shouldn’t you? Level the playing field. MAKE SURE THE INSURANCE COMPANY GIVES YOU EVERY DOLLAR/BENEFIT YOU DESERVE! CALL J.A. DAVIS TODAY!
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Since 1999, we have represented over 6,000 individuals seeking justice. J.A. Davis & Associates will review your case for free. Our phones are staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. CALL (210) 732-1062 TODAY