Jonesboro Workers Compensation Attorneys
Determined legal counsel when you are hurt on the job
In Arkansas, workers compensation is compulsory, meaning that employers are required to provide workers compensation insurance for their employees in companies of three or more employees. Workers compensation in Arkansas is designed so that employees who are injured or disabled on the job are provided with fixed monetary compensation. This protects workers and their dependents against hardships of an injury or a death happening at work.
At Snellgrove, Langley, Culpepper, Williams & Mullally, our Jonesboro workers compensation lawyers fight for your rights, whether your injury happened at your workplace, the nature of your work led to an occupational disease, or you developed a repetitive stress injury. We take on third parties and insurance companies on your behalf. Our goal is to win you just compensation so you can rebuild your life financially, physically and emotionally. Your workers compensation benefits may include:
When to contact us
We are familiar with the regulations and nuances of how to handle a workers comp claim for the following situations:
- Your employer denies you were injured on the job
- Your insurance carrier has denied benefits
- You cannot get medical treatment
- You are not getting paid
- An adjuster promises benefits or care which never arrives
- Your employer’s attorney or insurance company contacts you to take a deposition
Workers comp appeals
The workers compensation process can often result in a denied claim or reduced benefits. Our lawyers provide the effective representation you need at all board hearings, in the appellate division, and in the court of appeals for unfavorable decisions on all types of workers compensation claims.
We make it easy to find an effective workers compensation attorney in Jonesboro, Arkansas
If you have suffered an injury at your workplace, call us at 870-275-4678 or contact Snellgrove, Langley, Culpepper, Williams & Mullally online to schedule a free initial consultation. We handle all workers compensation cases on a contingent fee basis, meaning that we do not get paid unless a recovery is made.