Get The Facts You Need About Workers' Compensation Permanent Disability Benefits

When a catastrophic work accident causes permanent disability — and the lost wages and medical bills that come with it — the assistance of an experienced workers' compensation lawyer is essential to helping seriously injured workers obtain permanent disability benefits and move on with their lives.

If this situation describes yours or a loved one's in Nebraska or Iowa, Andres Law Offices, PC LLO, brings many years of experience with workers' compensation law to your side.

Your disabling accident injury may have occurred on a construction site, in an industrial setting, manufacturing plant, fast-paced production environment, warehouse or any other venue. The accident needs to be reported immediately so we can research what happened, see to your medical treatment, and bring facts regarding your condition and loss of future earnings power, among other factors, to your employer's insurance company.

Was your permanently disabling injury the result of repetitive trauma or an aggravation of a previous physical problem? Has an occupational disease threatened to throw you out of work permanently? Is your family being burdened with mounting health care expenses due to the advance therapies you require? Will you need vocational rehabilitation benefits that could smoothly transition you to a less strenuous profession?

Securing The Permanent Disability Benefits That Injured Workers Deserve

Job accidents that produce long-lasting or permanent injury are serious business. You need serious workers' compensation legal representation on your side that gets results. If a positive outcome can only be gained in the courtroom during litigation, we are fully prepared to explore that option.

To schedule a free consultation, contact Andres Law Offices, PC LLO, in Omaha by phone at 402-491-4003 or email us and we will respond promptly.

Home and hospital visits are available upon request. The contingency fee basis for our legal services means you owe no attorney fee unless permanent disability benefits are obtained for you.