WorkPlace Injury

Were you injured while working for a business that doesn’t subscribe to worker’s compensation?

Texas law doesn’t require businesses to carry worker’s compensation insurance.

If the business had worker’s compensation, the injury or death that took place on the business premise would be covered..

Because companies are allowed to opt out of carrying this type of coverage, injured employees can seek compensation directly from their employer.

However, in most cases, employers who are non-subscribers to worker’s compensation try to deny responsibility for employee-injuries. But, if you’ve been hurt while on the job, you may be entitled to compensation which includes lost wages, pain and suffering and medical expenses.

Call our offices today if you’ve been hurt while at work.

Benefit of Workplace Injury Attorney

Hiring our firm to represent you in your workplace injury case could be the difference between you being properly compensated for your injuries or being ignored.

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