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If you or a loved one has suffered a work-related injury or illness, then you can rely on Michael J. Doyle, Attorney at Law. With well over a decade of experience, we are ready to skillfully take on your case, and you only pay us if we win financial compensation for you.

Why Choose Our Workers' Compensation Attorney?

  • Nearly 20 Years' Proven Legal Experience
  • Trial-Tested Advocacy, One-on-One Service
  • No Legal Fees Unless We Win Your Case
  • Available on Weekends & Evenings

After a workplace accident, you urgently need to understand and protect your legal rights. Our Albuquerque workers' compensation firm is ready to ensure that you gain the reparation you are owed. Discover how our insight, passion, and personal service can make the difference in your case.

Discuss your options in a FREE case review: Call or email us today!

Questions to Ask a Workers’ Comp Lawyer

When you’ve suffered a work-related injury or illness, you may not be sure where to begin, let alone what questions to ask a workers’ comp attorney. Below, we’ve covered some of the most common questions we receive from clients.

Do I Need a Lawyer?

In most cases, you will only miss a few days at work after a workplace injury – and you may assume that you don’t need an attorney. However, even if your claim looks simple on the surface, it’s possible that you’ll run into issues with workers’ compensation claims administrators who doubt that your injury was related to work. If your claim is denied, or if you’ve suffered a serious impairment or injury, it’s a good idea to speak with a workers’ comp lawyer.

What Benefits Does Workers’ Comp Offer?

Workers’ compensation is a benefit designed to help employees pay for their medical expenses after a work-related illness or injury. At the very least, you should receive compensation for your doctor’s visits, exams, hospitalizations, surgeries, and other basic medical needs. In cases of permanent disability, you could also be eligible to receive compensation for long-term disability benefits, vocational retraining, and lost wages.

What Do I Need to Have Prepared?

When pursuing a workers’ compensation claim, it’s important to have the right documentation for your injuries and show a clear medical record to the insurance claims adjuster.

Here are key pieces of information you will need for your claim:

  • The exact date, time, and location for the injury (additional dates may be required for repetitive injuries)
  • The nature of the injury and affected parts
  • A detailed account of the accident and who was involved
  • Dates and times for all medical treatments you have received

Workers' Compensation Cases We Handle

In virtually any case where an employee is hurt while on the clock, he or she will be owed compensation to cover medical costs and perhaps more. In a fatal accident, surviving family members can seek death benefits to recover financial losses. Whenever you need to pursue your right to fair financial recovery, we are here to help. We are especially dedicated to helping public servants who routinely risk life and limb as part of their jobs.

Unsure if you are owed benefits? Not sure how much you are owed? Let us help you understand your rights, and craft a tailored legal strategy to help you gain financial recovery. We represent claims regarding various types of work-related injuries, and remember, it won't cost you a cent upfront to discuss your options or to hire us—we only get paid if you do. Find out how our Albuquerque workers' compensation attorney can help you assert your legal rights.

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