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Workers Compensation

Here For You When You’ve Been Hurt on the Job

Whether you fell at work, you were injured by a piece of equipment, or you were hurt on a construction site, you deserve compensation when you are hurt at work. Our attorneys at Greene & Schultz Trial Lawyers in Bloomington, IN, have significant experience representing injured workers, especially construction workers. You don’t need to go up against your employer and the insurance agencies alone.

If you’ve been injured, you probably have a lot of questions. Can you choose your own doctor? What are your benefits? Can your employer deny your claim? We help you navigate these questions and inform you of your rights.

However, you only have a certain period of time to make your claim and maintain your rights. So contact us immediately at 812-336-4357 to get started towards getting the compensation you deserve.

However, you only have a certain period of time to make your claim and maintain your rights. So contact us immediately at 812-558-0198 to get started towards getting the compensation you deserve.

Medical Bills & Treatment

Sometimes, insurance companies won’t pay for treatment. Or, they might deny that you need the treatment your doctor recommends. They may send you to several doctors because they want someone to say you don’t need treatment. Or, maybe your doctor thinks you’re okay, but you know you’re not. We help clients involved in all of these situations. We are on your side, and we know you know your body best. If you are still in pain, we will make sure you get the treatment and compensation you need.

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Lost Wages

If you’ve been injured on the job, you probably had to miss work and lost wages. You may be entitled to lost wage benefits through Temporary Total Disability (TTD). These benefits begin the second week you have to miss work due to your injury, and if you are out for more than three weeks, you will receive pay for that first week as well. Through the benefit, you will receive two-thirds of your average weekly pay, calculated by your wages from the previous 52 weeks. We will help you understand the TTD laws and what you are entitled to receive.

Permanent Injuries & Permanent Total Disability

If you have a permanent injury, you will receive a Permanent Partial Impairment (PPI) rating, for which you will receive a lump sum. Determining the lump sum you deserve is complex, which is why you should have an experienced attorney on your side to ensure you are getting the compensation you need to maintain your quality of life and to cover treatment bills.

If you are so injured you receive Permanent Total Disability (PTD) benefits, this means you are unable to work at any job because of your injuries. We will help you navigate receiving your permanent benefits and ensure you are receiving the correct compensation.

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