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Texas is unique because it does not require employers to carry workers’ compensation insurance.


Workers compensation is a no-fault system, however if your employer does not provide workers’ compensation,we can still help.


We can fight for you to recieve benefits which can include any of the following:

  • Temporary income benefits (TIBs)

  • Impairment income benefits (IIBs)

  • Supplemental income benefits (SIBs)

  • Medical benefits

  • Death benefits (DIBs)

  • Lifetime income benefits (LIBs)


Here are some of the things our experienced workers compensation attorneys can do for you:

  • Help you find a suitable, employer-approved doctor if you are in a network

  • Ensure you get all the medical attention and medications you need

  • File insurance claims

  • File suit against employers for negligence or misconduct

  • Negotiate with insurance companies

  • Resolve disputes over your injuries

  • Attend administrative hearings, including benefit review conferences and contested case hearings

  • File disputes over impairment ratings

  • Help you recover lost wages

  • Ensure legitimate return-to-work offers

  • Help you obtain maximum compensation for your claim while it is still viable


You will need an experianced attorney that  also knows the interplay bettween the Texas Workers Compensation system and Disability through SSDI so that you arent leaving money on the Table. 





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