Directions from I-95
Follow I-95 S to SW 10th St in Deerfield Beach. Take exit 41 from I-95 S, Use any lane to turn right onto SW 10th St, Follow FL-869 S to Coral Ridge Dr in Coral Springs. Take exit 14 from FL-869 S Then Continue on Coral Ridge Dr to your destination.
Directions from the Florida Turnpike
Take The Florida’s Turnpike to FL-869 S/Sawgrass Expy to Coral Ridge Dr in Coral Springsm Take exit 14 from FL-869 S/Sawgrass Expy and Continue on Coral Ridge Dr to your destination.
Malfunctions with industrial pieces of machinery and workplace equipment can result in devastating injuries. At WorkInjuryRights.com, we fight for those who have experienced accidents with the following equipment (and more):
The other common category of cases we handle includes incidents that may not necessarily be the result of equipment failure. Some of the workplace disasters that fall into this category include:
These lists are not exhaustive—there is no way to categorize every case that passes through our doors. Above all, however, we are dedicated to fighting for those who have been injured in the workplace through no fault of their own.
The legal services for workers’ compensation claims are on a contingency fee basis, meaning you pay nothing unless we secure a settlement or jury award on your behalf.
With 30 years of collective legal experience, we are ready to take on your claim while providing the knowledgeable counsel you need. Several of our attorneys have previously represented insurance companies in workers’ compensation claims. We know their tactics and their mindset. Your employer and their insurance company have an attorney working for them, and so should you. Our dedicated team of trial attorneys is prepared to take your case to trial, if necessary.
The firm provides the highest quality of legal specialization both inside and out of the courtroom. We represent only injured parties – never insurance companies.
To review the five step process towards receiving workers’ compensation benefits in Coral Springs visit workers’ compensation claims process or call us at 954-324-COMP for a free consultation.
The Coral Springs office is located just east of the Big Cypress National Preserve and is surrounded by many local neighborhoods. Sitting off of the Sawgrass Expressway, we service the following areas (and more):
WorkInjuryRights.com takes pride in having multiple locations that allow us to take on clients throughout Florida. Make sure to check our contact page for a list of our locations to figure out if the Coral Springs office is the closest to your area!
As a law firm focused on doing the right thing, we are proud of the positive reviews we have collected from our clients. These testimonials highlight our focus on the wellbeing of our clients and our dedication to holding negligent employers accountable:
“I have been well informed and my case professionally handled every step of the way.” – Allen Duga
“[They’ve] given me a sense of peace, knowing that I won’t be taken advantage of from the people handling my workers’ compensation [case].” – Shawn Brooks
Check out this page for more of our client reviews!
Unfortunately for Florida residents, state laws regarding workers’ compensation claims are biased in favor of employers, not employees. The system requires injured employees to provide a significant amount of proof and document of their injuries in order to receive reparations.
In Florida, employers or insurance companies decide which physician an injured employee can go to, and employees only have a one-time opportunity to request a new appointed provider.
Employees with preexisting conditions have to prove that a workplace injury accounts for more than half of their medical care costs. The state can deny disability claims if an alternative work assignment is identified for the employee, even if the job does not match the employees’ field, skills, work background, or salary range.
You should report any workplace injuries to your employer immediately, if possible. In many cases, the law limits the time between an injury date and its report date. Since the workers’ compensation laws already favor the employer, it is important to document as early as possible.
In most cases, the window of opportunity to file an injury report is within 30 days of the initial injury. There are some extenuating circumstances that would permit a case from being filed after the 30-day period.
If at all possible, getting the injury report in writing and collecting as much documentation as you can will help your legal team fight better in your favor.
Work from home employees are eligible for workers’ compensation, however, the burden of proof is greater on the individual in these cases. Corporations are required to keep certain documentation regarding workplace incidents. The built-in nature of this documentation automatically makes it easier for traditional employees to prove the validity of their injuries.
There are two important pieces of a remote workers’ compensation case that typically determine whether it will stand up in court:
Where did the injury occur? Was it at a workspace designated in the employment agreement?
Was the employee acting on behalf of the employer when the injury occurred?
In any scenario, it is important to have specific details on the incident that resulted in the injury so culpability can be determined.
With 45 collective years of experience between our legal team, there is no case we can’t handle. Our team is diverse in its backgrounds and specialties, providing you with peace of mind in knowing that your case will be approached from every angle possible.
In order to back up our claims as a caring, compassionate law firm, our legal fees are collected on a contingency basis. What does this mean for you? If we are unsuccessful and do not win your case, we don’t collect any attorney’s fees. Even more than that, we only advocate for injured employees and have never represented the interests of employers or insurance companies.
If you have been injured on the job please call our Coral Springs, Florida law offices at 954-324-COMP.