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Our Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Attorney Fights for Injured Workers in New Orleans and Baton Rouge

At Mitchell & Associates, APLC, our Louisiana workers’ compensation attorney understands that a sudden injury or disability can have long-term, adverse effects on a person and their ability to work. Workers who have been injured on the job may struggle to receive their entitled workers’ compensation benefits. When injuries result in permanent disability, workers may also find it difficult to get Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits.

If this happens to you, an experienced Louisiana social security disability lawyer or Louisiana workers’ compensation lawyer can help you get the benefits you need and deserve. Our attorneys have handled hundreds of cases like yours. We can help with the following types of cases:

 

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Having just fired one attorney who would not communicate and never took the time to sit and discuss things face to face, I was expecting to be rushed out so the next client could be rushed in. Craig made me feel like his only client, and I wasn’t even a client yet. I am now.

- David

1. Louisiana Workers’ Compensation

In Louisiana, workplace injuries, like slip and fall injuries and work-related illnesses, are common. Employees can suddenly find themselves out of work and facing a long, uphill road to recovery. When this happens, Louisiana workers’ compensation laws should cover injured workers. These laws provide compensation to injured workers for medical expenses, disability costs and a portion of lost wages.

The Louisiana workers’ compensation system is a no-fault system. Injured workers do not have to prove negligence or establish liability in order to be eligible to collect benefits.

Louisiana workers’ compensation can provide the following benefits for injured workers:

  • 100% of medical expenses and treatment related to your work injury. This includes hospital bills, prescriptions, prosthetic devices and rehabilitation fees.
  • Temporary disability benefits of ⅔ of your average weekly wage. This applies until you have reached maximum medical improvement.
  • Permanent disability benefits of ⅔ your average weekly wage as long as disability continues.
  • Catastrophic injury payments for permanent scarring or lossof a body part.

Our workers’ compensation lawyers understand the battle employees often face when trying to get benefits after a workplace accident. We know that the workers’ compensation process can be intimidating and confusing without an attorney on your side.

With almost 100 years of combined experience, our Louisiana workers’ compensation lawyers can help you get the benefits you’re entitled to receive. From the start of the process, we offer personal support every step of the way, so that you can focus on your recovery.

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2. Louisiana Social Security Disability Lawyers

You may find yourself unable to work and support your family if your accident resulted in a disability. SSDI helps workers like you, who are unable to return to work due to a disability or medical condition. Even so, it can be difficult to secure SSDI benefits on your own. 

Did you know that 67% of all initial SSDI claims are denied? Even with a true and permanent disability, claims may be denied for many reasons. They can be denied due to lack of evidence, income, or failure to follow treatment. Working with a Louisiana Social Security disability lawyer will give you the best chance of securing SSDI benefits.

Our Louisiana Social Security disability lawyers know the frustration you may be feeling. We know how to maximize your chances of SSDI approval. We can help you through this overwhelming process, often with a successful outcome.

Attorney Craig Mitchell leads a team of New Orleans workers' compensation lawyers at Mitchell & Associates.

Contact Our Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Today

At Mitchell & Associates, APLC, our Louisiana workers’ compensation lawyers and Louisiana social security disability lawyers can help you get the benefits you are entitled to after a serious accident. When you’ve suffered a catastrophic injury that has left you unable to work, we can help.

Call us at (504) 226-6530 for a free initial consultation. With offices in New Orleans and Baton Rouge, we are here when you need us most.