Full-Service Representation For Injured Kentucky Workers
Helping the injured is our focus at Robinson Salyers, PLLC, and that includes helping people who sustain injuries on the job. Our workers’ compensation practice is led by Benjamin Salyers, a partner at the firm, who has handled these cases in Kentucky since 2001. Our firm fights to ensure that injured workers receive fair treatment from their employers and from the state workers’ comp system.
From offices in Frankfort and Shelbyville, our attorneys serve clients from varied backgrounds and occupations across the state. Our clients range from office workers to factory workers and anyone in between. Whatever your job and whatever your injury, you can rely on Robinson Salyers, PLLC, for strong representation.
We can guide you through every aspect of the Kentucky workers’ compensation process, including:
- Determining your eligibility and applying for workers’ comp benefits
- Communicating with your employer
- Appealing denied workers’ compensation claims
- Reopening old claims due to reinjury or any other reason
- Determining if you can pursue a third-party claim for additional damages
- Pursuing full benefits for lost wages, medical expenses and disability
Injuries Can Happen In Any Workplace
Some jobs carry obvious risks, such as working in construction or in one of the region’s automotive factories. Other jobs, like working in an office, have risks that are not so obvious. Over the years, we have helped people who suffered a wide variety of workplace injuries in various environments. We have handled cases involving:
- Back, neck and spinal cord injuries
- Carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive use injuries
- Broken bones and other serious injuries to the arms, legs, hands and feet
- Exposure to toxic substances that can lead to workplace diseases
Paying For A Workers’ Comp Attorney
The thought of paying for a lawyer when you are hurt and cannot work can be difficult to deal with. But, there is good news. In Kentucky, workers’ comp lawyers are paid on a contingent-fee basis. Essentially, this means you do not owe any attorney fees unless your lawyer either wins for you at trial or reaches a settlement with the insurer. And, you do not need to pay the lawyer’s fees out of your own pocket. Instead, he or she takes a certain percentage of the compensation recovered.
Contact Our Work Injury Lawyers For A Free Consultation
The attorneys of Robinson Salyers, PLLC, are available for home and hospital visits, and can schedule evening and weekend appointments to answer all of your questions and concerns. Contact our office at 502-220-4439 or send us an email to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your workplace injury. Our offices are located in Frankfort and Shelbyville for your convenience.