Reporting Your Injury And Filing A Claim

It is important to report any injury-causing work accident to your employer in a timely manner. However, we understand that many people find this process intimidating, and that they worry about their employer's reactions.

Reliable Guidance On Compensation Eligibility For Work-Related Injuries

At Park & Park, a caring, experienced attorney is available to help with all aspects of the workers' compensation process. If you need help reporting your claim or help filing a claim with the Workers' Compensation Commission, we are available to guide you through the process and answer your questions.

Do Not Hesitate To Call Us To Get Help With Your Workers' Compensation Claim.

Most claims are subject to certain time limitations when it comes to reporting your injury to your employer and filing your claim with the Workers' Compensation Commission. Having a lawyer represent you in your case may help to ensure that your claim is processed on a timely basis.

Other points to consider include:

  • You cannot be legally terminated for filing a workers' compensation claim.
  • Ensuring your claim is filed properly, with all required information included, may prevent unnecessary delays in receiving your benefits.
  • If your work comp claim is disputed by your employer or the insurance company, you have the right to request a hearing before the workers compensation commission.

Call 703-658-8600 Today For A Free, Helpful Consultation.

If you have been hurt on the job in Fairfax County, elsewhere in Virginia or in Washington, D.C., let us help you with reporting your injury and filing your claim. Contact us for a consultation or case evaluation.

We are committed to making our legal services highly accessible. We offer a dedicated Spanish- and Korean-speaking staff and flexible hours for consultations.