Even a minor work injury can leave you unable to work for days. You may have medical expenses or lost wages. If you sustained an injury while in the course of performing work-related duties, you may be entitled to workers' compensation benefits. It is important to consult with an attorney, as soon as possible, to protect your claims and ensure that you collect the full compensation you are entitled to. Varellas & Varellas, Attorneys at Law, is a Lexington, Kentucky-based firm dedicated to protecting the rights of injured workers.
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While workers may be entitled to recover compensation when injured on the job, documenting and filing claims can become complicated quickly. It is critical that you report your injury as soon as possible, seek appropriate medical treatment, and work with an attorney who can ensure that you collect the full benefits you are entitled to. Our firm can also handle any additional third-party claims against property owners, negligent corporations or other contractors responsible for your injury.
Our work injury attorneys are experienced in claims involving:
- Government employees: city and county
- University of Kentucky employees
- Toyota plant workers
- Lexmark employees
- Construction site injuries
- Factory accidents
- Broken bones
- Back injury
- Head and spinal cord injuries
- Amputation and loss of limb
- Slip-and-fall injury
Injured workers and their families are often facing very difficult times — both personally and financially. We understand the challenges that our clients face and employ skill, dedication and more than 75 years of experience to protect your rights. Our priority is to help you get the compensation you need and deserve for medical expenses, lost wages, long-term care needs, wrongful death or any other losses your family has endured.
For more information or to speak with our Lexington workers' compensation attorneys about your case or injury, please call 859-252-4473 or contact us by e-mail to arrange a consultation.
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