Virginia Workers' Compensation Lawyer
Put 30 Years of Experience in Your Corner!
Have you recently suffered a serious injury at work? Is your employer's
insurance company making it difficult to receive the money or medical
care you need? At The Barrera Law Firm, PLLC, our firm's founder,
Attorney Daniel Barrera, has
helped thousands of injured workers like you obtain the benefits they deserve.
The Virginia workers' compensation system is designed to protect you
in the event of an on-the-job accident, injury, or illness. Unfortunately,
workers sometimes experience unfair treatment and insufficient settlements.
Our firm is prepared to help you fight for the full compensation to which
you are entitled.
You only have two years to file a claim after an accident or the discovery
of an occupational illness!
Has your employer or its insurance company denied your workers' compensation
claim? If so, don't give up hope. We can take a look at your denied
claim and help you file an appeal in an appropriate and timely manner.
Our goal is to help you obtain the peace of mind you need throughout the
Virginia Workers' Compensation Attorney Fighting for Injured Workers
for 30 Years
three decades of legal experience to our name, we have an in-depth knowledge of this area of the law. We
have experience in dealing with insurance companies and will fight to
receive the compensation you need to move forward after a work accident.
It is not worth the risk to go at it alone knowing that the insurance
company has lawyers advising it behind the scenes.
Our workers compensation attorneys in Virginia has handled workers'
compensation cases involving amputations, paralysis, traumatic brain injuries,
herniated discs, loss of vision and hearing, arm and shoulder injuries,
fractures, knee derangements, and ankle injuries. We have also assisted
surviving family members in filing a
wrongful death claim when their loved one died tragically while working.
With our help, you may be eligible to receive the following benefits:
Temporary wage replacement - You are entitled to two-thirds of your gross average weekly wages (to
a set maximum limit) once you've been unable to work for seven days.
If able to return to work at a lower wage, you are entitled to two-thirds
of the difference between current and previous wages.
Lifetime medical benefits - You are entitled to medical care to treat your injury or illness as
long as it is deemed medically necessary. Your employer gets some power
in determining your physician.
Permanent partial impairment - You may be eligible for separate compensation if you have suffered the
loss of the use of a specific body part / sense, such as the use of a
foot or hand, or the loss of vision or hearing.
Permanent total disability - Lifetime wage replacement benefits may be available if you suffered
tremendous physical loss (the loss of both eyes, the loss of a hand and
a foot) in a single work accident. The benefits also may be available
if you suffered
traumatic brain injury.
Death benefits - You may be eligible for wage benefits and funeral expenses (up to $11,000)
if you lost a spouse in a workplace accident. Dependent children also
may file for death benefits.
Cost of living increase - If you are receiving temporary total, permanent total, or death benefits,
you must request a cost of living increase - it is not automatically available.
Need More Information? Contact Our Workers Compensation Attorneys in Virginia
Virginia workers' compensation laws were written to help injured workers
without the need of going through the court system. Unfortunately, businesses
and their workers' compensation insurance companies can make obtaining
the help you deserve more difficult than it should be. There are thousands
of dollars at stake - we can help you fight for every last benefit owed
to you and your family, whether you live in Virginia, Maryland, or Washington D.C.
today to learn more about how we can be of assistance to you. Learn more
about your rights & options as an injured worker on our
Common Questions page!