Protect Your Family after a Workplace Injury

People greatly treasure the desire and ability to provide for the people they love. Whether you’re a man, woman, husband, wife, father, son, or daughter, being able to work and provide for our family is very important. The effort we put into caring for our family members says a lot about who we are as people. It is a big part of our sense of self-esteem. Most of us provide for our families through hard work in exchange for a well-earned paycheck every week. That paycheck is more than just the money needed to put food on the table and clothes on our backs. Our paycheck is a symbol of our confidence in our own ability to care for our own.  The paycheck is a very important symbol of appropriate pride in fulfilling our duty and pleasure to love and care for those we love. 

If you can’t work, you don’t get paid. It’s that simple. That’s why an on-the-job injury can be so catastrophic for an Arkansas family like your own. The inability to work due to injury is not only the loss of money you need to care for your family, it is the loss of a large measure of your self-esteem and rightful pride in being able to take care of your family . You might think that because your employer has workers’ comp insurance that you’ll be taken care of, but that’s not necessarily the case. The insurance company required to pay your workers’ compensation benefits sees you as a liability, and treats you like a business expense to be minimized. The insurance company is motivated to pay you as little as possible, regardless of how much it places your family in financial trouble. The insurance company is not motivated to love or care for your family members.

So how do you protect your family after a workplace injury? The smart thing to do is call an attorney. Even if you’ve already started the workers’ compensation claim process, our experienced Arkansas workers’ comp attorneys will review your case for free. Our goal is to make sure you get the maximum amount of compensation possible for your claim. If the insurance company is already offering that amount, then we’ll tell you to take the moneyand we won’t charge you a thing.

If we feel we can get your family more, we’ll gladly take on your case and fight for every dollar you deserve. Your workers’ compensation claim is far too important for you to go it alone. Contact us today for your free consultation.

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