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Workers Comp Doesn’t Work For Me: What Can I Do?

Many legally valid workers’ compensation claims are wrongfully denied by the insurance company. Unfortunately, the injured worker often ends up bearing the financial burden of the medical treatment expenses involved, which helps the employer and hurts the employee and his family. In turn, other employers benefit and other injured employees are similarly damaged as the process repeats itself.

If you or a loved one has been injured on the job, contact The Law Offices of T. Andrew Miller today to discuss options for protection of health and financial well-being. The insurance company is not your friend and you will not have anyone fighting on your side unless you retain an attorney who knows the law and has taken on the insurance companies in court.