Construction Workers Are Legally Protected

It is no secret that it is dangerous to work in the construction industry. The nature of the job presents risks every day. Some common injuries on construction sites include falls, electrocution and machinery accidents.

Like any other job in Florida, construction workers are covered by workers' comp for any injury they sustain. Employers are required to carry workers' compensation insurance, which grants benefits to injured employees regardless of who was at fault for the accident.

However, the workers' comp process can be complicated. Enlisting the help of a lawyer is a very wise move because he or she can make sure the process goes smoothly and can fight against denied claims.

You Should Not Pay For Your Injuries

You are probably under a lot of stress from the physical pain and limitations of your injury. The Law Offices of Cameron D. Simpson, P.A., has been taking workers' comp cases for decades. We know how to assess the full costs of your injuries.

We will work for benefits that cover the full range of your recovery, including:

  • Immediate medical costs
  • Ongoing medical needs
  • Lost wages from time off work
  • Temporary or permanent disability benefits

Even if your paperwork is completely accurate and legitimate, it is possible your claim could still be denied. When this happens, attorney Cameron Simpson will do everything possible to appeal your claim.

Get Help As Soon As Possible

A workplace injury might drastically affect your life, but it does not have to ruin it. Schedule a free consultation by calling 850-659-6512 or emailing us. We can help with the claims process from the moment you are injured. You owe us nothing unless we recover compensation.

We serve Fort Walton Beach, Okaloosa County, Santa Rosa County, Escambia County, Bay County and Walton County.