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Negotiating A Workers’ Compensation Settlement

You have been the victim of a work-related accident or are suffering an illness due to prolonged poor working conditions. How do you receive the compensation you deserve for your suffering? Negotiating a workers’ compensation settlement is a complex process that requires an examination of the specific facts of your case in order to determine the appropriate amount of compensation. A workers’ compensation Judge can never award you a settlement for your injuries. The only way to settle a workers’ compensation case is by agreement of the parties. If you’re a Medicare recipient, there are certain legal requirements that must be followed prior to negotiating a settlement of your claim. To achieve the best possible result, you should hire an experienced workers’ compensation law firm to represent you and help negotiate your claim. The team at WorkInjuryRights.Com™ will guide you in achieving the best possible result for your case.


There is no set value for any type of claim or injury under Florida law. Important factors that are considered in negotiating a settlement are:

  • Severity of the Injury
  • Extent of Disability or loss of income
  • Extent of Outstanding Medical Bills
  • Anticipated Cost of Future Medical Care
  • Anticipated Cost of Future Disability
  • Life Expectancy

Hire an experienced workers’ compensation law firm to represent you and negotiate your settlement.

Having an experienced legal team on your side is essential to ensure you receive the injury compensation you deserve. The team at WorkInjuryRights.Com™ will take the lead in addressing all of the steps needed for a successful settlement.

Let Us Review Your Workers’ Compensation Claim

If you have suffered an injury at work we are here to assist you. Whether you are ready to file your claim or are trying to determine if you have a claim, our attorneys are available to discuss your case. Call us today for a complimentary evaluation of your compensation claim at 954-324-COMP.

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