If you haven’t reported the work injury, call your employer now
How? Send an email or leave a voicemail letting them know when you were injured! If you’ve been seriously injured at work, the best way to ensure that your rights will be protected is to report the injury and get the necessary medical attention immediately!
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Every case is different but, below are some general recommendations if you are injured on the job:
- REPORT THE INCIDENT! REPORT YOUR INJURIES! It does not matter how minor it may seem or if you don’t really know what type of injury you’ve suffered! Make sure you have discussed your INCIDENT with a supervisor and that it has been documented. The injury could show up later but, at least you’ve documented how the incident occurred. VERY IMPORTANT!
- GET MEDICAL ATTENETION QUICKLY! If there is insurance and you have reported your injury, you should be receiving a call from an insurance representative to let you know where you can go for “Approved” medical care. If they don’t call you quickly, complain to everyone you can! If you’re injury requires it, get emergency treatment!
- DO NOT WAIT IF YOU’RE IN PAIN! If you reported the injury and no one is contacting you and you are in pain, do not wait, go to the doctor or hospital and get seen by a medical professional. There is no reason to compromise your health just because the company’s insurance is dragging their feet.
- DON’T IGNORE THE INCIDENT AND INJURY! Don’t decide not to report it because you don’t think it was a serious injury or because you think you can work through it. In the end, this doesn’t help you when you end up having to file the claim a few days or weeks later.
- DON’T SIGN ANYTHING! It could be a release of liability. If the company, it’s representatives or anyone from the insurance company tells you that you have sign some forms before you can get treatment, contact us immediately so that we can review the document before you even consider signing anything!
- CONSULT A TEXAS WORK INJURY ATTORNEY! It may be the last thing on your mind but, you need someone who is thinking clearly to help you get through the process and answer any questions you may have along the way.
If you’ve been injured working for a non-subscriber, understand that the company, the insurance company, and their legal team is already working on defending your case! Don’t delay and speak with an experienced work injury lawyer and make sure your case is moving swiftly through the process. This will ensure that you make a swift recovery and get well sooner. The more you delay, the harder it will be on you and your family down the road as you face muddy waters created by your employer’s legal team.
5 Steps to Consider If You’re Injured on the Job!
- Do I Have A Good Texas Worker’s Compensation Case?
- What if my worker’s compensation claim is denied, Can I still sue my employer for negligence?
- What steps should I take to protect my rights?
- What kind of Work Injury Coverage Can My Employer Have?
- What are Texas Non-Subscribers?
- What is the likelihood that my employer is a Texas Non-subscriber?
- How are Workers’ Compensation Claims Different from Non-subscriber Claims?
- Should I Go On FMLA In My Workers’ Compensation or Non-Subscriber Case?
- Should I Sign Any Documents From my Employer after I’ve Suffered a Work Injury?
- Should I Apply for Short-Term or Long-Term Disability In My Texas Non-Subscriber Case?
- What Is an employment benefit plan or summary plan description?
- How Much Time do I have to file my non-subscriber Claim?
- How soon so I have to report my injury?
- Why Can’t I Get A Response from the Claims adjuster?
- The Role of the Adjuster in Texas Non-Subscriber Cases?
- How Can Your Work Injury Claim in Texas Be Rejected?
- Can A Texas Work Injury Case Be Resolved In Less Than A Year?
- Why Was My Claim Denied?