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Is My Workers’ Compensation Case Really Closed?

Workers’ Compensation Case

Keeping a Workers’ Compensation Case Open

Oftentimes, an Employer, Florida Workers’ Compensation Adjuster and/or a Workers’ Compensation doctor tells the injured worker, whether intentionally or not, that their case is closed; not so fast! Generally after an employee suffers an on the job accident, there is a 2 year statute of limitations. Thereafter, you must see an authorized Worker’s Compensation doctor yearly and remit the required $10.00 co-payment. Do note that even if you move out of the area, the Workers’ Compensation insurance carrier still has to provide you with a new doctor closer to your home if requested.

The Law Offices of Evan M. Ostfeld, P.A recommends that you see your Workers’ Compensation physician every 6 months. This strategy may help prevent the Workers’ Compensation insurance company in delaying your follow up appointment until it’s too late! Don’t let that happen to you.

If you are getting the runaround from your Florida Workers’ Compensation Insurance Carrier, contact Coral Springs Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Evan and his legal team for immediate help. Should you contact our office timely, we can intervene and file court papers to try and toll the statute of limitations so the case is not closed. With over 25 years of legal experience, The Law Offices of Evan M. Ostfeld, P.A knows the tricks of the trade that insurance companies like to use to shut down your Florida Workers’ Compensation case.

How the Law Offices of Evan M. Ostfeld, P.A. May Be Able to Help with your Workers’ Compensation Case

Florida Workers’ Compensation claims can be difficult to navigate and emotionally trying for the injured employee and his/her family. Contacting The Law Offices of Evan M. Ostfeld, P.A. is a very important first step in reaching a favorable outcome for your situation. Evan M. Ostfeld, Esquire provides a free case evaluation and brochure entitled, “Everything That You Wanted To Know About Workers’ Compensation But Were Afraid To Ask”. Moreover, there are no attorney’s fees and/or costs due unless there is a recovery or court award. If you or someone that you know has been injured on the job, contact Coral Springs Workers’ Compensation Attorney, Evan M. Ostfeld, Esquire at (866) I-SUE-YOU (478-3968), (844) 411-KING (411-5464), (954) 227-7529, Text (954) 998-0075 or evan@attorney4life.com.

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