Dealing with the repercussions of a workplace injury can be a complex process, but knowing your rights under Louisiana's workers' compensation laws is the first step towards protecting your future. At Wanko Worker's Comp Lawyers, we're committed to guiding you through the legal maze and ensuring you receive the compensation you're entitled to.
Louisiana's workers' compensation laws are designed to provide relief to workers injured on the job, regardless of fault. Here's a breakdown of what types of injuries typically qualify for workers' compensation in our state:
Upon successfully filing a claim, Louisiana workers may receive benefits, including:
The journey to receiving your rightful compensation is fraught with legal intricacies. From filing deadlines to accurately documenting your injury and navigating the dispute resolution process, every step requires meticulous attention to detail.
At Wanko Worker's Comp Lawyers, we understand the stakes are high and the process can be overwhelming. We specialize in demystifying the workers' compensation claims process, advocating for your rights, and ensuring that you get the maximum benefits possible.
Choosing the right attorney can make a substantial difference in the outcome of your claim. With Wanko Worker's Comp Lawyers, you get a team that is:
If you've suffered a workplace injury in Louisiana, it's crucial to act promptly to secure your benefits. To understand the nuances of your case and explore your legal options, reach out to our team of experts. Our attorneys are adept at handling the complexities of workers' compensation cases and are ready to help you navigate this challenging time.
For expert legal advice tailored to your situation, feel free to get in touch with us. Our doors are always open to those seeking justice, and our dedication to your cause remains unwavering. You don't have to walk this path alone; allow us to shoulder the burden and guide you towards a resolution that honors your contributions as a worker.
Indemnity/Lost Wages — weekly payments based upon your average weekly wage; you will receive 66% of your average weekly wage capped at a maximum rate
Medical and/or Death — covers all necessary and reasonable medical treatment, including doctors visits, diagnostic tests, hospital stays, surgery, physical therapy, etc.
Mileage Reimbursement — travel related expenses to and from health care provider, pharmacy, etc. Vocational Rehabilitation program designed to retrain you in an attempt to return you to work for your previous employer, or find new work.