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Workers Comp Frequently Asked Questions

Depositphotos_25468263_l-2015.jpgAt work, even when we're being the most careful, accidents can happen. No matter the work setting, whether that be an office, outdoors or in an industrial work environment, your employer is required to have workers compensation insurance (save for a few exceptions). If you or someone you know has just been injured on the job, they might have a lot of questions; claims can become confusing, stressful and at times, it can be difficult to work with your employer's insurance. 

What Kinds of Workers Comp Benefits Can You Get in Nebraska? Injury Lawyer Explains:

Nebraska Injury Lawyer Talks About Workers Comp Benefits

What are the 4 types of workers comp benefits you can get in Nebraska?
Are you eligible for workers comp?
How much does it cost for representation from a Nebraska Injury Lawyer for your workers comp case?
Are there any fees up-front?
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Nebraska Attorney | Workers Compensation Fault (800) 876-1093

Workers' Compensation

I am Greg Coffey of Friedman Law Offices in Lincoln, Nebraska. Thanks for visiting our blog. Among the many questions we often get asked by people who have been injured on the job is whether they need a lawyer to represent them and that's a fair question. The answer is oftentimes "yes" but not always. In my experience,

Workers Compensation | Do I need a Lawyer? (800) 876-1093

Workers' Compensation

I am Greg Coffey of Friedman Law Offices in Lincoln, Nebraska. Thanks for visiting our blog. Among the many questions we often get asked by people who have been injured on the job is whether they need a lawyer to represent them and that's a fair question.

Nebraska Attorney | Workers Compensation Fault (800) 876-1093

Workers' Compensation

I am Greg Coffey of Friedman Law Offices in Lincoln, Nebraska. Thanks for visiting our blog. Among the many questions we often get asked by people who have been injured on the job is whether they need a lawyer to represent them and that's a fair question. The answer is oftentimes "yes" but not always

Nebraska Attorney Robert Moodie talks about settlements in Worker's Compensation Cases

Lump Sum Settlement

I'm Bob Moodie from Friedman Law Offices in Lincoln, Nebraska. Thank you for visiting our blog. We hear a lot of questions about settlements in Workers' Compensation cases. If you are thinking about a settlement in your case here on some things you know.

Nebraska Attorney Robert Moodie Will my Worker's Compensation Case go to Court?

People will often ask us if their workers' compensation case will have to go to court. That's a question that will have to be answered on a case by case basis. Often times we are able to accumulate the evidence necessary to convince the employer or insurance company to voluntarily pay the workers' comp benefits that are due. But unfortunately one of the terrible truths about W/C is that the insurance company doesn't have to pay anything unless a Judge tells them they have to. If you cannot convince the insurance company to pay, your only alternative is to file your case in the Workers' Compensation Court and let the judge make a decision.

Nebraska Attorney Robert Moodie Will my Worker's Compensation Case go to Court?

People will often ask us if their workers' compensation case will have to go to court. That's a question that will have to be answered on a case by case basis. Often times we are able to accumulate the evidence necessary to convince the employer or insurance company to voluntarily pay the workers' comp benefits that are due. But unfortunately one of the terrible truths about W/C is that the insurance company doesn't have to pay anything unless a Judge tells them they have to. If you cannot convince the insurance company to pay, your only alternative is to file your case in the Workers' Compensation Court and let the judge make a decision.