Injured workers face an avalanche of misinformation about what they may be entitled to under workers' compensation laws and what their obligations are in terms of reporting their injury and seeking treatment.
At Ogletree, Abbott, Clay & Reed, L.L.P., we believe in educating our clients about their rights so they can make informed decisions about how to react after suffering a work-related injury. Our attorneys have more than 70 years of experience and are a trusted source of information by our clients and colleagues throughout Texas.
First things first: You must report your injury to your employer. Then, it is important to call 281-444-COMP or toll free 800-779-4950 for a free consultation with our Houston workers' comp lawyers.
Workers' Compensation Information
Our firm works hard to stay on top of current trends in workers' compensation laws, which are constantly evolving. For information on some of the most common workers' compensation issues, see the following:
- Getting more compensation and increasing your benefits
- Getting all of your medical bills paid
- Income claims
- Choosing your doctor
- Workers' compensation mistakes to avoid
- Work history requirements
- Denied workers' compensation claims
- Income Benefits
- Third-party cases
- Social Security Disability
- Social Security Disability Income claims
- Unpaid overtime claims
How can we help you? We know the workers' compensation laws in Texas inside and out and have experience handling these cases throughout the state. We can help ensure that you meet all Texas workers' comp deadlines and position you to maximize the benefits you receive for your work-related injury or disabling condition. For more information, see 20 Ways We Can Help You.
Contact Our Texas Workman's Compensation Lawyers
An ombudsman is not enough when taking on the insurance companies. You need an attorney for your workers' compensation claim. It has been proven over the years that injured workers obtain better results with the help of an attorney versus the assistance of an ombudsman. Contact us today for your free, no-obligation consultation.