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Worker's Compensation Lawyers in Manassas, Virginia

If you have been injured at work, hiring a Virginia Workers’ Compensation Attorney in Manassas, VA is a something you and your family should not take lightly. Our attorney understands just how difficult initiating a workers’ compensation claim can be when you are struggling to return to the quality of life you enjoyed before the accident. We can help.

Worker’s Compensation Explained

Workers’ Compensation is a form or insurance that is required from employers to provide direct financial compensation to workers who are injured or contract an occupational disease as a result of their employment.

If you are hurt at work, your employer is going to require evidence of the injury, witness reports, written statements of the account, medical evaluations, and in some cases, immediate drug testing.

The goal of the employer is to minimize their responsibility in the matter and avoid admitting fault, which could further implicate them in the Workers’ Compensation claim.

How We Can Help

Hiring our attorney to traverse the mind-boggling world of Workers’ Compensation on your behalf will help solidify the seriousness of your claim to all who are involved, including:

  • Employers
  • Corporate insurance representatives
  • Company attorneys
  • Third-party participants
  • Union representatives, where applicable

It is important that your claim is recognized as a critical part of your wellness without delay. Our attorney will help enforce your position legally by:

Conducting important interviews with witnesses and family members
Uncovering evidence to provide a successful approach to litigation
Recognize and pursue third-party involvement, including vendors, machine or maintenance companies
Place the employer and its representatives on notice of your claim
Request hearings and claims for benefit to ensure your rights are protected
Supply legal representation during depositions and interviews with employers and their representatives
Represent you fully at hearing before the Workers’ Compensation Commission

Our office has represented many individuals who have been injured in the workplace.

At-Work Injuries: Common Causes & Injuries

While our clients practice safety first, it is important to understand that not everyone does. This can lead to workplace hazards including:

  • Assault, workplace violence
  • Construction site dangers
  • Hospital, disease risks
  • Falls from heights
  • Electrocutions
  • Mining hazards
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Warehouse, factory, and manufacturing accidents
  • Office space safety
  • Slip and fall injuries

No matter where your workplace is located you are entitled to the expectation of performing your duties in a safe environment. If not, serious injuries can result, including:

  • Back, neck, and spinal cord injuries
  • Strains and sprains
  • Amputations, loss of limbs
  • Arthritis
  • Burns
  • Cancer
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Eye injuries, vision loss
  • Head injuries
  • Traumatic brain trauma
  • Hearing loss
  • Stroke or heart attack
  • Cuts and lacerations
  • Respiratory disorders
  • Joint injury
  • Infections
  • Paralysis
  • Repetitive trauma, overuse injuries
  • Psychological injuries

As a result of your injury, we will communicate directly with your physicians, witnesses and your family members to understand the depth of your case in full to ensure you are receiving the compensation you need, for as long as you need it.

Contact John D. Whittington Today for Help

If you or a loved one has been injured at work, or worse, lost their lives as a result of unsafe conditions in the workplace, we want to help you enforce your rights immediately.

Contact John Whittington today at (703) 257-5668 for a free consultation and to understand how we can help you give your Worker’s Compensation claim the attention it deserves.

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