Being out of work with an injury can be an incredible burden on an individual and a family, especially if it is a lasting injury such as hearing or sight loss. You may feel scared and overwhelmed about your current condition, and wonder how you will be able to afford medical treatment and provide for your family.
At Floyd Hunter Injury Law, we are devoted to your case from the beginning and will make sure you are given the best service our firm has to offer. Your case will be personalized with an experienced attorney that specializes in workers compensation and communicates with you throughout each step.
A work-related accident is an event or exposure to something in your work environment that causes an injury or illness. 3.7 Million people are hurt on the job a year and it is important that you know your rights.
WHAT TO DO ONCE YOU’VE BEEN IN A WORKPLACE ACCIDENT
- Report the injury to your employer.
- Make sure your employer files a report, obtain a copy of this for yourself.
- See a company approved doctor. Make sure to follow the doctor’s instructions carefully. If given work restrictions, make sure to have the doctor give you this in writing.
- If you belong to a union, make sure you have made them aware of your injury.
- Keep a written record of events, when you were injured, report to employer date, doctor’s visit, etc.
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“I strongly recommend this law firm. The lawyers are professional and supportive and will make sure you will be treated right. If you were involved in a car wreck and need a lawyer that will help make sure you receive the proper settlement, Floyd Hunter is the way to go. I am one satisfied client!”– Jerome S., AL
“I highly recommend the Floyd Hunter law firm. Very professional and friendly staff. My experience with them was amazing!!” – Christian S., AL
Elmore County is located in Alabama, and has an estimated population of 79,303 people with a total area of 657 square miles. Elmore County is home to many places of interest, including Fort Toulouse, Hickory Ground, and Tallassee Mills.
Elmore County Legal Resources:
Elmore County Sheriff Department– The Sheriff’s office serves all citizens of Tallapoosa County by providing a mix of public safety and public service functions.
Elmore County Probate Office – The Elmore County Probate office is available and responsible for licensing, recording, tags and titles, and Probate Court.