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Tallahassee Workers’ Compensation Benefits Lawyers

Fighting for the Benefits You Deserve

Every state has workers’ compensation laws to assist those who have suffered a work-related injury, illness, or disability. Not only can such injuries and illnesses impact your physical health but also your emotional well-being, your finances, and your future in the workforce. Regardless of who may have been at fault in regards to your injury, you have the right to file a workers’ compensation claim to recover a number of benefits. The workers’ compensation system protects both you and your employer who cannot be personally sued by workers as a result of such injuries.

At Anderson & Hart, P.A., we thoroughly understand Florida workers’ compensation laws and procedures. For decades, we have helped thousands of clients across the state recover the benefits they deserve. Our Tallahassee workers’ compensation attorneys can act as your advocate throughout the claims process, giving you the dedicated attention you need. We are not afraid to aggressively fight back against employers or insurance companies who may wish to reduce your benefits or deny them altogether.

Schedule a free consultation with a Tallahassee workers’ compensation lawyer at Anderson & Hart, P.A. today. Contact us at (850) 203-3041.

Florida Workers’ Compensation Benefits

Several types of benefits are available to you depending on the type of injury or occupational illness sustained while on the job.

These benefits include:

  • Medical, including emergency room treatment, hospitalization, medicine, medical devices, physical therapy, diagnostics, and more
  • Lost wages if your injury prevents you from being able to work for more than seven days
  • Death benefits if you are a dependent of a worker who died in a job-related accident

Lost wage benefits further break down into several categories depending on the type of injury involved.

These include benefits for:

  • A total disability that is temporary (benefits have a limited time frame)
  • A total disability that is permanent (benefits continue indefinitely)
  • A partial disability that is temporary (benefits have a limited time frame)

Our Tallahassee workers’ compensation attorneys can help you understand how all of these benefits are determined and how you may qualify.

Call Anderson & Hart, P.A. at (850) 203-3041 for reliable legal support. We serve clients in Panama City and throughout North Florida.

Client Testimonials

  • “He was able to get me my doctor appointment, testing and lost income... And we finally settled my case in spite of an adjuster who clearly thought I wasn't even hurt and thought my case was worth nothing. He and his partner are good people.”

    Cheryl

  • “Ms. Hart is an awesome attorney!! She has helped us do the right thing. She goes above and beyond!!! Thank you for all of your help!! We highly recommend her as an attorney!!!”

    M.E.

  • “Karla Hart approached my Workers Compensation case head on. She immediately went to work gathering the necessary information and depositions. As a result for her tenacity, we won the case!! Thanks, Karla, for doing an exceptional job for me.”

    W.B.

  • “Ms. Hart was very good lawyer who helped me win my case.”

    Anonymous

  • “In 2017 you finished the case of Stephen Wagner... I want you and your staff to know how much you are appreciated. This would have never happened without you.”

    Bettie Wagner (Stephen’s Mother)