Workers’ Compensation


Very professional and courteous! Sergio always returned my phone calls. He was very patient while answering my questions. My case settled quickly, and I received more than I expected. I would highly recommend this firm.

Brad A.


Professional and genuine. Committed to his clientele's best interest. Timely and prompt response. Never had to wait for callbacks.

Sabrina V.


Top-notch law firm, always available to answer any questions. Very professional! Highly recommended!

Yanett G.


(Translated by Google) Attorney Sergio Vichera was very friendly and always answered my calls no matter what the hours were. He explained everything to me and kept me up to date on my case until the end. I received the maximum compensation. I recommend it to all my friends and family. The best lawyer I have ever had.

Daniel D.
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Most of us depend on steady work and a reliable paycheck to fund our lives, but that very livelihood can be placed under serious strain after an injury, especially if it happens at work. A workplace injury can present several challenges. At Injured Florida Law, we can help you navigate the workers’ compensation process and improve your chances of a favorable outcome.

What is Worker’s Compensation?

Workers’ compensation is a protection offered to workers to cover lost wages and medical bills for an employee injured on the job. Each state mandates this form of insurance, and Florida has its unique set of qualifications and appropriate coverage. Workers’ comp in Florida covers:

  • Wage replacement
  • Medical treatment
  • Vocation rehabilitation

There are additional benefits available on a case-by-case basis, which is why it’s so important to consult with an attorney first.

Do I Need an Attorney for My Workers’ Compensation Case?

Workers’ compensation cases can range from simple to complex. Having an experienced attorney on your side can help simplify the process and ensure a successful claim. There are several scenarios in which having an attorney is a must. Here are some examples:

  • Denial of a claim by your employer.
  • Delayed payment of benefits.
  • Your employer’s settlement does not cover your lost wages and medical bills.
  • Health issues prevent you from returning to work or from performing any work.
  • You wish to receive Social Security disability benefits.
  • Retaliation by your employer.
  • Serious misconduct by your employer or if a third party caused your injuries.

Do You Need a Workers’ Compensation Attorney in Florida?

Injured Florida Law is here to protect your rights and financial wellbeing if you’ve been injured on the job. Give us a call today to learn more and request a consultation.

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