Posted On June 26, 2017 In Workplace Accidents
Many workers in Texas have jobs that do not have medical coverage for their workers in the event of a workplace injury. Employers are not required to carry workers’ compensation under Texas law.
A serious injury sustained at work can take you from being able to support yourself, to going into debt very quickly. Not only are you losing wages from not being able to work, but are having to adjust to living with potentially debilitating injuries, such as broken bones, spine injuries, or even a brain injury.
Many workers will not be able to afford medical bills for serious injuries on their own. However, there are other options you have in receiving injury coverage for work-related damages without workers comp.
Pursuing a lawsuit against a construction company or well-known equipment manufacturer will be difficult on your own. Lufkin personal injury attorneys at Mike Love & Associates, LLC have strong compassion for victims of workplace injuries that cannot get coverage. Their years of case knowledge help find where negligence occurred by an employer or contractor that contributed to your injury. Even if you do receive workers comp, it may not be enough to cover the full scope of your injury and recovery process. Mike Love & Associates, LLC are dedicated to fight for the best coverage possible.