Workers' Compensation

Workers' compensation provides employees who get injured on the job with insurance coverage to pay medical bills and replace lost wages if you are unable to work. Correctly completing the process required to obtain workers' compensation benefits is challenging and often results in legitimate claims being denied.

My name is Craig P. Tiller. At my law firm, Craig P. Tiller, Esq. PLLC, in Forest, Virginia, I help injured workers file workers' compensation claims so they will receive the full amount they deserve while they recuperate from their injuries. If your claim is delayed for any reason, it is wise to enlist the services of a lawyer who is knowledgeable about the subtleties and intricacies of workers' compensation law. I am familiar with the practices and procedures before the Virginia Workers' Compensation Commission and can represent you in a formal hearing if necessary.

Your injury may be serious enough to qualify for compensation beyond the normal allotted time. However, assuming that extended coverage will automatically be approved is unrealistic. An experienced workers' compensation attorney can advocate on your behalf to make sure you get permanent disability compensation when warranted.

An Experienced Forest Work Injury Attorney Can Help You Navigate The Complex Workers' Compensation System

If you are injured on the job, you should be able to focus on regaining your health and returning to work without worrying about how you will cover your expenses in the interim. I complete all paperwork and file all forms and requests for you. By retaining me to represent you, no matter what stage of the filing process you are at, you serve notice to insurance companies that they will not have an edge in determining the outcome of your case.

If you have questions for a Lynchburg workers' compensation attorney, call 434-338-7093 or use the contact form on this website to schedule a meeting.

In most cases, you do not pay attorneys' fees unless I recover a settlement for you. All attorneys who handle workers' compensation cases must comply with the fee restrictions set by the Workers' Compensation Commission.