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Depending on the kind of work you do and your employer, workplace accidents often become workers’ compensation matters. This makes a big difference when you have been hurt at work. Resolving your work injury involves knowing workers’ compensation law, as well as knowing the law on personal injury and other governmental benefits that might be available. At Disability Law Office NW, we are up to the challenge.
If you have been hurt on the job, the best way to find out your options is to call Disability Law Office NW about your job site injury. At Disability Law Office NW, we can help you decide what actions are right for you after an on-the-job injury. We can answer any questions you have. We’ll guide you through the steps of filing a claim or appealing a claim that has been denied.
We’ve always appreciated how men and women who work on construction sites do some of the most challenging and difficult jobs around. Every day, they operate heavy machinery, walk around on high scaffolding and lift heavy objects — sometimes all at once.
So, when you’ve been injured on a construction site, you can always turn to us for help. Our well-trained and experienced staff can answer your questions about your options, helping you create a solid plan to move forward.
Many people think that workplace injuries leave injured workers only one option: filing a workers’ compensation claim. This is simply not true. If you have been hurt on the job and you can no longer work, you may have more options than you think.
One of the smartest options is filing for Social Security Disability benefits. You may be eligible for these monthly payments from the government if you are seriously injured and will be out of work for a year or more.
The best way to learn about SSD and SSI is to talk with us at Disability Law Office NW. Call us at 503-639-6666 or complete our online contact form. We have locations and serve clients all over the Northwest — no matter where you live.