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    Workers' Comp / Job Injuries

    Job Injuries

    Don't let "security" keep you from being compensated for a job injury

    Yes. Employers are leveraging the current job market against employees' feelings of job security. But if you have been injured at work – and your employer could have done something about it – you can fairly expect to be compensated for your loss of wage earning capacity. But you need better than good legal representation to go after it.
    • Medical bills
    • Lost wages
    • Psychiatric or psychological care
    • Mileage reimbursement 
    • Emotional trauma
    • Wrongful death

    We can help ensure you get fair consideration

    Not all workplace injuries are considered "job related", and insurance companies, of course, have their own self-interested definitions. But with our experienced help and aggressive representation, you can level the playing field when it comes to being fairly compensated, following an on-the-job accident.
    • Repetitive Motion Injuries
    • Machinery injuries
    • Repetitive stress injuries
    • Chemical exposures
    • Back and neck injuries
    • Slip and fall

    Let us deal with "your" insurance adjuster

    You know your insurance company is in business for itself and ultimately, not your well-being. And so, you should be aware that insurance adjusters may use a variety of tactics to avoid paying you all or any of what you serve for your workplace injuries. Compensation you are entitled to under the Mississippi Workers' Compensation Act.
    You're going to need an experienced and aggressive law firm on your side to go up against the big business insurance company. Davis & Davis P.L.L.C. stands ready to fight on your behalf to get you the compensation you rightly deserve.

    Nurse case managers are not on your side, either

    If you have been receiving medical care for a work-related injury, you have probably been in touch with a "Nurse Case Manager" – helping you to schedule doctor's appointments, and perhaps, accompanying you during medical 
    evaluations. Has he or she tried to influence the care your doctor is giving you?
    Like the insurance adjuster handling your claim, the nurse case manager is, in fact, being paid by the insurance company. Their purpose is to send you back to work with as few restrictions as possible. The completeness of your recovery is not his or her true concern – and may possibly lead to you suffering more severe health problems.
    That's why it's important to get the treatment you need to fully recover. Don't let a nurse case manager get involved in what your doctor thinks best for you.