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First Step in Working With a Butte Workers’ Comp Attorney


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10/2/2013
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Life after a workplace injury can be full of uncertainties. Have injuries have left you with severe and long-term medical conditions? Is your employer or your employer’s insurance provider making it difficult for you to obtain the financial support you need? Would you simply feel more comfortable having the skill and professional experience of a Butte workers’ compensation attorney on your side?

If the answer to any of the above is yes, you are ready to take the first step in hiring legal representation.

Setting Up a Free Initial Consultation

If you’ve been investigating the material on our website and like what you see, call or use the web form to request a free consultation.

Initial consultations will usually last between 30 minutes and an hour. In the course of the consultation, we’ll discuss:

  • The nature of your claim
  • If you need representation
  • Our contingent fee policy
  • What your next steps will be

 

In order to best serve our clients, the Butte worker’s compensation attorneys at the Ledgerwood Law Group focuses exclusively on two related practice areas: Workers’ Compensation and Social Security disability claims.

Though you are not legally obligated to work with an attorney in either field – at any point in the claim or appeal process – most people who attempt to navigate either system alone are quickly overwhelmed by the intricacies of the law. To learn more about how we can help, call 888-761-7383. Also request a copy of our free special report, The Northern California Workers’ Compensation Survival Manual.



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