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Duluth Workers’ Compensation Attorneys

Injured at Work? Call (770) 629-9321

Millions of Americans are hurt on the job or work in a dangerous workplace each year. If you’re one of them, and you got injured while performing your regular job duties, then you need to explore your rights to get workers’ compensation benefits that help you stay afloat.

The Law Offices of Nathaniel F. Hansford, LLC and our Duluth workers’ compensation lawyers are here to guide you through all facets of your workers’ compensation claim. From preparing your claim and filing it to challenging denials and negotiating lump-sum settlements, we can do it all.

Want a free, confidential consultation? Just ask!

You Deserve the Most Benefits Possible

Workers’ compensation can help you feel comfortable and financially sound as you recover from your work injury. It is designed to cover your expenses. But the insurance process is also designed to make it a bit of a challenge to get the benefits you deserve. Insurance companies have many opportunities to intercept your claim and question its validity. You should work with our Duluth workers’ comp attorneys to make certain you are capable of getting all the benefits owed to you.

Three important benefits available through workers’ comp are:

  • Wage benefits: You can receive up to 66.67% of your average pre-injury wages through workers’ compensation. This benefit is available while you cannot return to work but are expected to be able to work again sooner than later.
  • Permanent disability benefits: When your injury is severe and might keep you from returning to your job or any job for the foreseeable future, you might be able to get permanent disability benefits, which continue to support you financially for months or years.
  • Medical benefits: You should not have to pay for any of your necessary medical treatments after a work injury. Everything from hospitalization and surgery to co-pay costs should be provided by the insurance company.

You Caused Your Own Accident – Is That Okay?

Workers’ compensation is a no-fault insurance system, which means liability is not a crucial factor to a claim. If you admit to accidentally causing your own injury, then you can still get full workers’ compensation benefits. The only issue that can arise is if the insurance company has reasons to believe that you intentionally got hurt, did not get hurt at work, or are exaggerating your injury.

20+ Years of Legal Experience by Your Side

Our Duluth workers’ compensation attorneys have been helping people just like you for decades. We have seen all sorts of case complications and dealt with so many major insurance companies without batting an eye. Let our experience and confidence be what lead your case to success.

Contact us nowto arrange a consultation with our attorneys.

What Our Clients Are Saying

  • “Thank you Gloria and Elizabeth for all the professional help. You guys served justice cause it wasn't fair that this happened to me. I'm still suffering jaw problems. Thanks again and I highly ...”

    - Former Client
  • “I was involved in a situation in which the employer was mishandling my medical treatment for an extensive amount of time and I was getting nowhere. I finally gave in to the most logical advise which I ...”

    - Victor D.
  • “I just wanted to tell them thank you and that I truly appreciate Attorney Wes and Ashley for their commitment and patience with my case. Wes fought for me and never gave up!”

    - Darlene M.
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Our Victories

We Get Our Clients Results
  • $4.1 Million Catastrophic Injury
  • $2.2 Million Workers' Compensation
  • $2,127,113.40 Catastrophic Injury
  • $2 Million Workers' Compensation
  • $1.9 Million Workers' Compensation
  • $1.7 Million Workers’ Compensation
  • $1.5 Million Workers' Compensation
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  • $600 Thousand Knee Injury
  • $575 Thousand Workers' Compensation
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