What Will Your Recovery Process Look Like?

For many, the threat of burns, electrocution or explosions at work is common. Defects in equipment or mistakes on the job could lead to grave danger for everyone nearby. For example, improper wiring on a construction site could cause electrocution.

The damage and cost of recovering from burns will depend on how severe they are. In many cases, burns require a very long recovery process and may cause permanent damage and scarring. You will also need to be monitored closely for infection.

While electrocution will have immediate effects such as burns or seizures, it may also disable you and cause lifelong medical issues. We can help to discover the extent of your condition and the costs you will face moving forward.

The recovery process after an explosion will vary widely depending on the circumstances and what injuries you sustained. Explosions will usually cause burns but could also result in severe damage to limbs and temporary or permanent disability.

No matter how you were injured, The Law Offices of Cameron D. Simpson, P.A., can help you retain compensation for the ongoing costs you will face.

You Deserve Ongoing Financial Benefits

Workers' compensation is in place for these scenarios. You should never be paying for the medical bills associated with an on-the-job injury. Attorney Cameron Simpson will help you understand how to properly file for workers' comp. You should be compensated for:

  • Immediate medical needs
  • Rehab and future medical costs
  • Wages lost while out of work

No one should suffer because of an accident at work.

Personal Attention For Your Personal Needs

At our firm, you get a lawyer, not a paralegal or staff member. Your attorney will meet with you, be in contact with you and handle every aspect of your case.

To set up a free consultation, reach out to us via email or by calling 850-659-6512. We serve Fort Walton Beach, as well as Okaloosa County, Santa Rosa County, Escambia County, Bay County, Walton County and the surrounding areas of Florida.