Handling Your Own Workers’ Compensation Case Could Be Costly
If you are concerned about how your employer and its insurance company are handling your benefits, contact us as soon as possible. Our workers’ compensation lawyer David L. Bayne, Jr. has decades of experience in dealing with the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission, as well as employers and insurance companies that delay, deny or dispute valid workers’ compensation claims.
Having practiced in the area of Workers’ Compensation for over 20 years, David recently co-authored one of the leading books on the subject titled “Virginia Workers’ Compensation Practice”, 2020 edition.
The book contains a goldmine of legal and procedural information, including:
• The Workers’ Compensation Act
• The Workers’ Compensation Commission
• Coverage of Accidental Injuries
• Occupational Diseases
• Benefits Available to Injured Workers
• Preparation of a Claim
• Claims Handling
• Contested Claims Procedures
• Civil Suits and Third-Party Actions
In Virginia, an injured worker is allowed to handle their own case. However, the process is complex and you may be fighting against insurance lawyers. If you are not up-to-date on all the ins and outs of workers’ compensation, you could lose the benefits you and your family need.
If an on-the-job injury or occupational disease stops you from working, you need compensation and medical care as quickly as possible. Don’t gamble with the important benefits you may be entitled to. Hire a workers’ compensation lawyer and take no chances. David Bayne Jr. would love to hear about your case.
Schedule an initial consultation online or by calling 703-361-0776.
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Northern Virginia, including Manassas, Prince William, Manassas Park, Gainesville, Haymarket, Woodbridge, Lake Ridge, Dumfries, Bristow, Warrenton, Centreville, Fairfax, Stafford, Chantilly, Leesburg, Ashburn, Sterling, Herndon, Reston, Alexandria, Annandale, and Arlington.