Worker Pay and Injury Claims
Was Your Paycheck Short a Few Dollars?
Worker Compensation Attorneys
Fewer dollars in a paycheck can have a big impact on your budget. You may have a wage claim involving pay for prep, on-call and/or wait time; overtime pay; underpayment; off-the-clock work, and payroll deductions that disregard federal law. If you think you have a pay claim, click this link to tell us about it. We can tell you your rights in a free consultation. We believe in affordability. We offer flexible fee arrangements. To find out more about this subject, click this link: Wage and Hourly Pay Claims.
Were You Injured on the Job?
In Texas, workers are protected against misleading and bad faith practices by insurers during the handling of workers' compensation claims. When there is a reluctance to pay money or provide medical benefits to resolve a valid workers' compensation claim, you need an experienced attorney on your side. If you feel your claim was handled unreasonably, click this link to tell us about it. To find out more about this subject, click this link: Occupational and Disability Claims.
Are You the Victim of Insurance Bad Faith?
Courts will consider many factors when determining if a workers' compensation insurer acted in bad faith, such as, for example, an insurer's delay and lack of professionalism in the handling of a claim. Under Texas law, injured employees whose claims were mishandled, denied, or low-balled are protected. We will protect you in a capable, compassionate manner. We will explain your rights and tell you how to proceed. Click this link to get started. To find out more about this subject, click this link: On the Job Personal Injury Claims.
Was Your Claim for Disability or Occupational Injury Benefits Denied?
Has your injury resulted in a disability? You may be entitled to disability and occupational injury benefits. Texas employment and insurance laws and the federal Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) give rights to employees. We understand the distinct legal standards applicable to different disability claims and know how to pursue and win cases. Our approach often leads to a reversal of a denial of benefits claim, payment for unpaid benefits and, in some instances, a lump sum settlement. To find out more about this subject, click this link: Occupational and Disability Claims.
Why Not Get Some Help?
We will explain your rights and advise you on the steps you should take. If you believe that you may have a claim against an employer in violation of wage and hour laws or a claim for benefits as a result of a work-related injury that was denied, contact us for a confidential, free consultation with an experienced attorney.