When you’ve suffered a serious injury at work, the last thing you want to hear is that you can’t get medical care because the insurance hasn’t approved it! It’s not be accident that the employer, the insurance adjuster and the doctors all seem to be taking their time! The reason? It’s simple, the goal is for everyone to be on the same page as to how they are going to defend your case. Now this isn’t the case all the time. There are some companies do make their best effort to get injured employees the treatment they need. Unfortunately, their best efforts can also fall short or, they can derail by their insurance companies.
Insurance companies that provide coverage employee work injuries focus on managing the claim for the employer and not on quickly getting you the care that you need! You need to focus on yourself and making sure you know your rights to get medical attention when you need it! While you’re injured and suffering in pain, the major players on the employer’s side are in defense planning mode, especially the insurance representatives. The Insurance representatives are trained negotiators who understand how to manipulate a claimant by questioning during an investigation of a claim. It actually starts from the first phone call, when all the interrogating starts. We recommend that you don’t even speak with the insurance representative until you’ve had an opportunity to speak with Texas Work Injury attorney, Hector L. Sandoval. Having an experienced workplace injury attorney on your side will help you feel more comfortable knowing that you’re not saying anything that could compromise your future. Don’t stand alone, call the Sandoval Law Firm, PLLC and let us help you!
When you call Houston Work Injury Attorney Hector Sandoval, he gets busy focusing on your injury and the medical attention you need now! Attorney Sandoval handles all types of work injuries against Texas Non-Subscriber Employers. Don’t let your employer, the insurance company or the doctors delay your medical care!
- 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?