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If you experienced a workplace injury, you have rights. Those Thumbs Up Guys® at Floyd Hunter Injury Law can help you fight for the compensation you deserve.

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No one expects to get injured on the job, but workplace injuries are more common than you realize. If you’ve experienced an on-the-job injury in Montgomery, AL, you may be left wondering how you’re going to cover your medical expenses and lost wages. You may be unable to work for an extended period of time or permanently, putting your future at risk.

You’re likely going through one of the most challenging times in your life. Let us have your back. A Montgomery workers’ compensation lawyer from Floyd Hunter Injury Law will prepare your case, gather all the documentation, and negotiate on your behalf for the compensation you need and deserve. We will tackle the heavy lifting so you can focus on moving forward.

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You Have Rights

Injured workers have rights. If you’ve been hurt at work, Those Thumbs Up Guys® will fight on your behalf for the compensation you deserve.

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Contact us today for a free, no-obligation case review. We will listen to your story and give you our professional opinion on how to best move forward.

Are You Eligible for Workers’ Compensation in Alabama?

Every injury and workers’ compensation case is unique. Generally, a workers’ compensation case involves an injury that occurred on the job. Let’s take a glance at some of the common factors we look at when working with our workers’ comp clients to help you determine your next best steps.

These are some of the common workplace accidents we’ve helped our clients recover compensation for:

  • Slips, trips, and falls
  • Falling objects
  • Contact with sharp objects
  • Repetitive motion or overexertion
  • Vehicle accidents
  • Electrical hazards

This list is not exhaustive. Remember, workers’ compensation insurance is a no-fault form of insurance. In most cases, you can still receive compensation even if the accident was your fault. However, there are exceptions to workers’ compensation, and our lawyers can guide you on the specific laws that apply to your situation.

If you were seriously harmed in a work accident, you likely are eligible for workers’ comp. Some of the most common injuries we see in workers’ comp cases are:

  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Repetitive motion or overexertion injuries (e.g. carpal tunnel syndrome, sprains, strains, tendonitis)
  • Electrocution
  • Burn injuries (from fires or chemicals)
  • Cuts and lacerations
  • Amputations
  • Broken or fractured bones
  • Blindness or deafness

Each state has a strict time limit on injured workers seeking compensation, called a statute of limitations. In Alabama, you have only 5 days to report the accident to your employer, and the time frame to file a claim is 2 years from the date of injury. 

There can be exceptions to this timeline based on the unique circumstances of your case. That’s why it’s important to let an experienced Montgomery workers’ comp attorney help you seek the compensation you deserve while you focus on recovering. Those Thumbs Up Guys® can take care of everything on your behalf, ensuring you don’t miss your window for the benefits you’re entitled to receive.

What Do Workers’ Comp Benefits Cover?

Workers’ compensation benefits in Alabama may account for a wide range of losses, depending on how severe the injuries were and what kind of care is required for the injured person in the future. These benefits typically fall under three categories: medical, disability, and death benefits.

Medical Benefits

Workers’ compensation insurance provides coverage for medical expenses due to a workplace injury or illness. This coverage may include surgeries, emergency room visits, medications, physical or occupational therapy, and more.

Disability Benefits

Some workplace injuries can lead to temporary or permanent disability. In Alabama workers’ comp claims, different disability benefits are offered: temporary total disability (TTD) has no time limit, temporary partial disability (TPD) is capped at 300 weeks, permanent partial disability (PPD) is limited to 300 weeks, and permanent total disability (PTD) has no time restriction. These benefits encompass medical costs and provide wage compensation based on disability level.

Death Benefits

In the case of a workplace injury or illness that results in death, the family may be entitled to a funeral expense benefit and a percentage of the deceased workers’ wages. Death benefits in a workers’ comp claim may not exceed 500 weeks in Alabama.

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How To File an Alabama Workers’ Comp Claim

If you’re hurt on the job in Alabama, the state has a specific process for filing a workers’ compensation claim:

  1. Report the injury to your supervisor, manager, or employer immediately. The law requires that the injury notice be given within five days.
  2. Speak with your employer about which doctor you should see for your injury and seek medical attention.
  3. Apply for compensation through your employer.
  4. After notifying your employer and seeing a doctor, let a Montgomery workers’ compensation lawyer from Floyd Hunter Injury Law review your case. We will help you navigate deadlines and ensure you follow the proper procedure according to Alabama law, thereby helping you seek the maximum amount of compensation possible for your losses.

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How Can a Montgomery Workers’ Comp Lawyer Help?

Workers’ compensation claims can be stressful and challenging to handle by yourself. You not only need proof of all of your injuries and their impact, but you also have to follow strict guidelines for filing a claim in Alabama. Your employer’s insurance company may have a team of lawyers prepared to challenge your claim. In some cases, if your employer doesn’t have workers’ comp insurance, you may have to take legal action against them.

Your Montgomery workers’ compensation lawyer can take on the challenge for you. We will compile evidence, file paperwork, speak with insurance companies or attorneys, and build the strongest case possible on your behalf. When you work with Those Thumbs Up Guys®, you will have the best chance possible of receiving the compensation to which you are entitled.

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I had a slip and fall accident and contacted Mr. Floyd to represent me. The suit had to be filed, but Mr. Floyd was able to get it resolved and get my money I was due. I would recommend Mr. Floyd's services. This is the second time they have helped me with accidents and every time they came through. This is a very good law firm and I would recommend them to anyone needing legal help. Great people and I will certainly come back to them.

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Alabama Workers’ Compensation FAQs

Get the answers to the most commonly asked questions about workers’ compensation in Montgomery, Alabama.

With temporary disability or temporary partial disability in Alabama, there is a waiting period to receive benefits. The injured worker will not receive compensation for the first three days following the disability unless the employer is aware of the injury. If the disability continues over 21 days, compensation for those first three days will be added to the total after the 21 days.

Employers supply workers’ compensation benefits through state-funded programs or private insurance. Employees are never responsible for paying workers’ compensation benefits.

Employees receiving workers’ compensation benefits are not automatically ineligible for other programs. Still, these benefits may be affected by the workers’ compensation benefits. Those Thumbs Up Guys® are prepared to walk you through your unique circumstances and benefits. Contact Floyd Hunter for a free case review today.

Injured on the Job? Contact Those Thumbs Up Guys®!

Suffering a work-related injury can be overwhelming and stressful. You have to navigate the complex process of filing a claim for workers’ compensation while also dealing with your physical recovery. We’re Those Thumbs Up Guys®, and we’re here to be your advocates and fight for your rights to the maximum compensation amount possible.

Instead of taking on the insurance company alone, let an experienced Montgomery workers’ comp lawyer do the work for you. We’ve got your back. We’ll handle the insurance company and the paperwork for your case, so you can focus on getting better.

Contact Floyd Hunter at 334-471-4507 or fill out the online form for a free case review today.