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The attorneys at the Nomberg Law Firm are here to help you when you have been injured in a work accident or sustained serious injury. We understand how injuries impact not only you but your family. We will assist you during these difficult times. We are committed to our clients and to doing the right thing for them. See what our clients have to say about us.
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Workers’ compensation, or workers’ comp, provides benefits to employees injured while performing work-related functions. Most states hold employers strictly liable for workplace injuries but bar employees from bringing tort lawsuits against employers. Negligence on behalf of an employer is not an element of a workers’ comp case. Employees need only demonstrate that they were injured on the job in order to receive benefits.
Hearing loss and pulmonary disease are a few of the occupational exposures covered by the Alabama Workers’ Compensation Act. If you have questions about whether you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits for a work-related disease or illness, contact the experienced workers’ compensation lawyers at the Nomberg Law Firm today (205) 930-6900.
If the workers’ compensation doctor, also known as the authorized treating physician, returns you back to work on light duty, your employer may have suitable light duty work for you. If your employer has light duty work available, you are expected to return to work and perform the light duty work. Failure to do so can lead to suspension of benefits or even loss of your job. If you have questions about your work restrictions, light duty or compensation, please contact the experienced workers’ compensation attorneys at the Nomberg Law firm today (205) 930-6900.
An injured worker has two (2) years from the date of the accident or two (2) years from the date of the last compensation paid to have settled the claim or filed the claim in the proper court. Failure to file your claim within this time period most likely will result in a permanent bar on workers’ compensation benefits. Contact the experienced workers’ compensation attorneys at the Nomberg Law Firm today discuss your rights pursuant to the Alabama Workers’ Compensation Act.
Disputes over workers’ compensation benefits are decided by judges in Alabama. If you are not receiving workers’ compensation benefits, including medical and compensation benefits, please contact the experienced workers’ compensation attorneys at the Nomberg Law Firm to discuss your rights. (205) 930-6900