Life can change drastically when you are injured at your job, especially if you can no longer work. At this challenging time it is crucial that you speak with an attorney abreast in workers’ compensation law. At the offices of Simien & Simien, LLC, in Louisiana, our compassionate personal injury attorneys have two things in mind: your health and getting you the just compensation needed to help recover without the anxiety of wondering how you are going to pay your bills.
Representation That Strives For Fair Compensation
Experiencing a serious injury due to a work-related accident can stop your health in its tracks. Traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and any other harm that may cause a disability are tough for both the injured and their loved ones. You may need rides to doctor appointments, costly medicines, therapy and financial help due to loss of income. That’s where our experienced trial lawyers may help.
We are skilled in both out of court settlements and cases that go to trial. Our mission is to strive for full and fair workers’ compensation, so that you or your loved one can move on and heal. Our workman’s compensation cases have included obtaining monetary damages to help pay for these and other expenses:
- Hospitalization and medical costs, including physical therapy and prescription medicines
- Lost income while you are recovering
- Permanent bodily damage benefits
- Vocational rehabilitation services and travel costs
- Benefits, wages and funeral expenses, if a loved one dies due to an injury at work
Do Not Sign Anything Without Contacting Our Firm For A Free Consultation
We will have your best interests in mind. That’s not always the case with insurance companies who want to just hand over a check and walk away. We can look out for you and strive for your best possible outcome. Please call our offices at 866-208-9311 to discuss your circumstances with an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer. Contact us by email if it is more convenient. We can assist at one of our three offices, in Baton Rouge, Lake Charles or New Iberia outside of Lafayette.