If you have been injured at work, you are entitled to receive medical and financial benefits through Oklahoma's workers' compensation system. If your workers' comp claim has been denied or you are not getting the medical care you need, Devinney Law Firm will provide the aggressive legal advocacy you need.
Our Kay County workers' compensation attorney Jim Devinney has settled more than 30,000 workers' comp cases. He will help you take care of your medical needs and fight to ensure you get all of the benefits you are entitled to receive.
If you have been injured at work, first tell your employer. Then, call an experienced lawyer. To schedule a free consultation with attorney Devinney, call 580-765-9660 or contact us online.
Ponca City And Stillwater Work Injury Attorneys
Under Oklahoma's workers' compensation laws, injured workers are entitled to medical treatment, temporary total disability benefits, temporary partial disability benefits, permanent partial disability benefits, permanent total disability benefits, ongoing medical maintenance and vocational rehabilitation. Additionally, death benefits are available for workers who have been killed on the job. However, some employers will go to great lengths to deny employees the benefits they need and deserve.
Whether you have suffered a traumatic injury in a car accident or a cumulative injury, our first concern is making sure you are receiving appropriate medical care. If your workers' compensation claim has been denied or you are not receiving the compensation you deserve, we will fight for your rights. From the negotiation table to the courtroom, you can count on us for vigorous representation.
If your workplace accident was caused by a person other than a co-worker, you may have a third-party personal injury claim in addition to your workers' comp claim. We will complete a thorough evaluation of your case and help you pursue every available avenue of compensation.
As of February 1, 2014, the Oklahoma Workers' Compensation Laws changed. Please click on the link below to review some of the changes and how they will affect the injured employee.
Contact Us For A Free Consultation
To schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced attorneys, call 580-765-9660 or 866-327-0545 or contact us online. We handle workers' compensation cases on a contingency basis, which means you do not pay us until we recover damages for you. Se habla español.