Fort Dodge And Ames Area Workers’ Compensation Lawyers
If you have been injured or become ill as the result of something you encountered at your workplace, you may be entitled to a settlement from your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance policy.
The law firm of Johnson, Kramer, Mulholland, Cochrane & Cochrane, P.L.C., assists clients in Fort Dodge and throughout North-Central and Northwest Iowa in the filing of workers’ compensation claims. Attorney Neven J. Mulholland can help you to determine whether you have a case for a workers’ compensation payment. Contact our office today.
You Have A Right To Compensation
The Iowa Workers’ Compensation Act is designed to provide certain benefits to employees who sustain injuries, occupational illnesses, or occupational hearing loss arising out of and in the course of their employment. Benefits are payable regardless of fault and are administered according to Iowa law.
Coverage For Immediate And Long-Term Needs
Workers’ compensation benefits may provide payment for all reasonable and necessary medical care costs incurred to treat the work-related injury. Those who are unable to work temporarily or who are permanently disabled may be entitled to compensation for their lost weekly wages.
Helpful And Experienced Counsel After Your Serious Accident
Our lawyers know the ins and outs of Iowa’s workers’ compensation law, and can help to ensure that our clients receive the maximum workers’ compensation benefits to which they are entitled for the injuries and illnesses they have suffered on the job, including:
- Broken bones
- Head injuries
- Back injuries
- Repetitive stress injuries (such as carpal tunnel)
We work with clients who have become sick or injured due to unsafe working conditions in North-Central and Northwest Iowa. When you contact us, our attorneys will help you understand your rights and guide you through the workers’ compensation benefits claim process.
If you have been injured on the job, you have rights. We can help you whether you were hurt by dangerous or defective machinery, or exposure to hazardous materials at your workplace. We’re here to help you.