Workplace Injuries

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Injured at Work? Gulf South Law Firm Can Help

Were you injured on the job? If so, you probably have a lot of questions. Our workplace injuries attorney in Gulfport can help. With extensive experience handling these types of cases, Gulf South Law Firm can provide aggressive advocacy with your needs in mind.

We take a hands-on approach to legal representation and have the sense of urgency that keeps cases moving. Not only do we offer same-day appointments, but when you work with us, you receive dedicated attention from your attorney. To us, you are never just a case number.

To discuss your workplace injury case with an experienced Gulfport workers' compensation lawyer, call Gulf South Law Firm at (228) 231-3989.

Your Guide through the Workers’ Compensation Process

Workplace injuries are all too common. Whether you work in construction or for a retailer, you may find yourself in a situation where you need to file a workers’ compensation claim.

You might be wondering how this process works. Having an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer in Gulfport by your side can help you feel more confident and supported.

Workplace injuries affect workers in many industries, including:

  • Construction workers
  • Agricultural workers
  • Landscape workers
  • Road crews, truck drivers, and long-haul truckers
  • City, state, and federal employees
  • Military employees
  • Contract workers
  • Retail workers
  • Service industry workers

What Are Mississippi's Workers' Compensation Benefits?

If you were injured at work, you might be entitled to compensation. This compensation can be used to cover:

  1. Medical expenses
  2. Lost wages
  3. Rehabilitation costs
  4. Costs associated with a permanent disability
  5. Death benefits for the victim's family if their injuries resulted in death

You should never feel discouraged from fighting for your right to this compensation. Gulf South Law Firm is here to help you obtain justice. Some other benefits that are covered under the workers' compensation wrongful death benefits include: funeral or burial expenses and lost income or wages.

Can I Sue My Employer for an Injury Sustained at Work?

While some states allow workers to file a personal injury lawsuit against their employers if negligence was a contributing factor in their accident, Mississippi does not allow this. While it may be frustrating, workers must go through the workers' compensation system to obtain compensation for medical bills, treatment, lost wages, etc. However, there are certain situations in which you may be eligible to file a personal injury lawsuit against a third party in addition to your workers' comp claim:

  • If a defective product created by a third-party manufacturer contributed to your work injury
  • If you were involved in a car accident with a third party while driving a company vehicle
  • If a third party's negligence contributed to your injury at work

Unsure whether or not your situation qualifies for a third-party injury claim? Contact Gulf South Law Firm today to find out in a free consultation!

Our Gulfport Workers' Compensation Attorney Can Help

Many of our clients have reported feeling isolated after filing a workers' compensation claim or when seeking compensation for their workplace injuries. However, you are not alone in this. Our workplace injury lawyer in Gulfport has helped numerous individuals in your position throughout the Gulf South. When you need someone advocating for your rights, we are there.

  • $125,000 Policy Limits Auto Accident
  • $95,000 Pre-suit Settlement
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  • “Heath will fight and get you what you deserve.” - Mallory Liddell

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