Decades Of Experience In Your Corner For Workers’ Compensation Claims

Workplace accidents can result in a long and painful road to recovery. A serious injury can also affect your ability to work and earn a living now and in the future.

Kentucky workers' compensation is designed to pay medical and income benefits if you suffer a work-related injury that prevents you from doing your job. Unfortunately, workers' compensation doctors may not take your injury as seriously as you do, and your employer may begin to see you as an expense that needs to be controlled. It sometimes takes an attorney's help to receive the medical and other benefits you need. From our office in Paducah, we handle workplace accident cases throughout Kentucky.

Personalized Assistance From Experienced Attorneys

Our experienced and professional lawyers at the Bryant Law Center understand Kentucky workers' compensation laws. We are standing by to help you obtain the benefits you need and deserve.

Worker's compensation benefits provide a wide range of assistance to injured workers. Benefits include:

  • Coverage for medical bills until you recover
  • Weekly disability payments to replace up to two-thirds of lost wages
  • Partial disability benefits if you can only work part time.
  • Retraining or job placement programs if you are unable to return to your old job
  • Lump-sum payment for partial or total disability

Was your work injury caused by a third party? Workers' compensation pays benefits for work-related injuries regardless of who was at fault. In exchange for providing workers' compensation, employers are generally protected from being sued for workplace accidents. However, if a third party (someone other than you or the company you work for) was responsible for your injury, you may have the right to sue the third party.

Do Not Delay Your Recovery Contact Our Committed Legal Team Today

Learn more about your rights following a workplace injury, call us at 270-908-0995 or fill out a contact form online. We offer contingency fee-based representation, which means you pay nothing unless we secure monetary benefits for you.