Virginia Work Injury Lawyers

Trust a Workers’ Compensation Attorney

Overview

Drawing upon years of experience and professional knowledge, our expert attorneys will investigate your case in order to establish that you are entitled to benefits for your workplace injury.  You can trust that we will work diligently on your behalf in order to secure the benefits you deserve.

Workplace Injuries

If you were injured while on the job, you may be entitled to workers' compensation benefits. Common causes of workplace injuries include construction accidents, equipment accidents, power tool accidents, and chemical and electrical accidents. Victims may be able to obtain recovery for medical expenses, future medical costs, lost wages, reduced earnings, and permanent injuries.  If we believe that you have a case, the team at Reinhardt, Harper, Davis PLC will help you file a claim so you can focus on your recovery.

Filing a Claim

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The process of filing a workers' compensation claim can be both confusing and overwhelming. If you or someone you love was injured while at work, seek counsel from our highly experienced team of attorneys. We specialize in workers' compensation cases, and we will help to ensure your claim is filed properly.

Fighting a Claim that Was Denied

If you were injured while at work and your workers' compensation claim was denied, our team can help bring your case to trial in order to see to it that you recover the benefits you justly deserve. At Reinhardt, Harper, Davis PLC, we always have our clients' best interests at heart and will work tirelessly on your behalf.

Permanent Injuries 

If your injuries do not heal and you are left to deal with permanent injury, you may be entitled to additional workers' compensation benefits.  In such circumstances, our attorneys can obtain the medical evidence necessary to help you receive the maximum benefits allowed under the law. 

Returning to Work After an Injury

It is possible that you may need to return to work at a reduced pay rate following an injury. In such cases, workers' compensation may cover two-thirds of the difference between your old and new pay rate. This is typically referred to as a “temporary partial” benefit. Although you may not be entitled to the full difference, our team can help maximize your compensation to reduce the financial burden on you and your family.

To discuss the details of your workers' compensation claim, schedule a no-obligation consultation today. In the meantime, we invite you to read our workers' compensation FAQ.

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