Sanders, Bruin, Coll & Worley represents individuals whose Workers’ Compensation claims are denied or who are entitled to more compensation than they were awarded.
What is Workers’ Compensation?
Workers’ Compensation pays benefits to an employee (or an employee’s family) if the employee suffers a job-related injury, or disease related to work. If an injury is work-related, the employer must provide health care for the injury or illness and indemnity benefits (money directly to the worker) as a partial substitute for lost wages if the worker is unable to work for a period of time due to the injury or illness. In some cases, workers are allowed to participate in certain physical and vocational rehabilitation programs as well.
How much do the services at Sanders, Bruin, Coll & Worley cost?
The initial consultation to discuss your case and decide if you would like to proceed is completely free. Even after you hire us to represent you, your attorney’s fees are contingent upon recovering benefits for you. That means that your attorney only collects a fee if he is successful in getting you on disability benefits. The exct contingency fee will vary depending on the complexity and length of the case. Rest assured that we will discuss the contingency fee and receive approval from the judge prior to getting any money.