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3 Reasons Why You Should Hire a Personal Injury Attorney Who Understands Workers Compensations Laws December 7, 2017

East Garden City, Hempstead
3 Reasons Why You Should Hire a Personal Injury Attorney Who Understands Workers Compensations Laws, Hempstead, New York

Nobody ever plans on being injured. Though, unfortunately, accidents do happen. Whether you’ve been the victim of a worksite injury, car accident, or medical malpractice, hiring a competent personal injury attorney who understands workers compensation laws will go a long way towards holding responsible parties accountable and obtaining fair and adequate compensation for your injuries. If you’re still on the fence about retaining legal counsel for your accident case, the following reasons will help you put things into perspective.

3 Reasons to Hire a Personal Injury Attorney Who Understands Workers Compensation Laws

Peace of Mindwork injuries

Hiring a personal injury attorney who understands workers compensations laws will provide you with peace of mind in knowing your case is being professionally handled while allowing you to focus on your recovery and loved ones. An attorney will fill out and submit all necessary paperwork, handle your medical bills, negotiate with the insurance company, and deal with the financials associated with your case, leaving you no other choice but to sit back, relax, and heal.

Investigatory Skills

A competent personal injury attorney  can properly obtain, assess, and examine evidence from your accident to help prove damages outlined in your claim. This includes gathering witness statements, hiring reconstruction engineers, and crafting your case so that a favorable outcome is on your behalf.

Claim Value

Although you can obtain a rough estimate of your claim value from an online calculator, there are many factors these sites do not account for. A seasoned personal injury attorney will have experience handling cases similar to your own and can provide you with an accurate estimate of your potential damages. This will increase your odds of a fair and adequate settlement amount and help ensure all your associated expenses are covered. While you are certainly free to negotiate your claim without an attorney, you may risk losing thousands of dollars in potential compensation.


If you require the aid of a seasoned personal injury attorney in the Bronx, Queens, or Nassau County, Bronnberg & Henriquez PC is the firm to call. Backed by over 30 years of combined experience, their knowledgeable attorneys focus on an array of personal injury case areas, including work injuries and social security appeals. Free consultations are available. Contact their Bayside, NY, office at (718) 714-8542, their Garden City office at (516) 580-2095, or visit them online to learn more about their practice.

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