Workers’ Compensation

Workers’ Compensation

Workers' Compensation

When you’re injured on the job in Florida, you are entitled to be compensated for your lost wages and have all of your medical bills related to the accident paid for you. Your employer must carry workers’ compensation insurance if they have more than four employees or more than one employee and work in the construction industry.  Special rules apply to seasonal and agricultural employers. If you have been denied medical care after suffering a work-related injury, or your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance carrier is refusing to pay your medical bills, get in touch with a Workers Compensation Attorney Florida right away.

Attorney Cameron W. Brumbelow began his career clerking in law school for a Workers’ Compensation firm and has handled Workers’ Compensation throughout his twenty plus years of practice.  The laws in Florida still heavily favor the employer, but that is why it is all the more important to fight for the benefits you are entitled to.  If the insurance company  always did what was right there would be no need for Workers’ Compensation litigation.  Attorneys in this area of law are busy for a reason.  Make sure to at least request a free consultation from a Florida Workers’ Compensation attorney.

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Workers’ Compensation is handled by administrative Courts and Judges and requires an attorney educated and familiar with the proper procedures to keep your claim moving forward.  Attorney Cameron W. Brumbelow has been fighting these cases for injured workers for over twenty years.

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In Florida, it is the job of the Workers’ Compensation insurance carrier to automatically provide you medical and wage loss benefits.  If for any reason you are denied benefits, diagnostic tests, or treatment, contact us for a consultation.