23 Jul

What Do I Do if I Finished Medical Treatment for My Work Injury but My Employer Fired Me?


One of the most perplexing aspects of the Florida Workers’ Compensation law is the lack of resources or solutions for workers when they have a career-altering injury. When an injured worker has completed their medical treatment but is still physically unable to return to their employment before the injury, the system has very little options for that worker. 

04 Jun

Why Can’t I Choose My Own Doctor?


The workers’ compensation community accepts and expects that injured workers in the state of Florida do not get to choose which doctors will treat them for their on-the-job injuries. However, when someone gets injured on the job, they are often frustrated by their lack of choice over who is going to treat them for their injuries. 

25 May

Why Is it Important to have Medical Proof for an Injury?


It is important to have medical proof for an injury to ensure that you receive your rightful damages for that injury to help cover the cost of missed work, medical expenses, and associated recovery. Medical proof can point to who is at fault. With differing levels of severity, it’s important to have medical records to back up your verbal explanation of your injuries.