After a layoff or Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN) notice, you can still be entitled to benefits for your injury on the job. Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyer has helped many workers obtain workers’ compensation benefits even after being laid off.
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— Debbie Tucker
Thank you. It’s funny, I don’t remember hiring you. I don’t know how I found your firm, but I did and it has been a blessing. In dealing with the injury and all the wonderful things that came with it, (change in personality, heart troubles, iq, memory etc) plus the workers comp system, yall have been the one constant. I have been demanding, impatient, downright mean and hateful and on top of that, depressed. Y’all were unwavering. Kicking me in the butt when I needed it. (Everyday) pushing me when I wanted to give up. Patient as Job, all while you were fiercely fighting for my children and I when I couldn’t. I don’t remember how I found you, but I did and it was a very good thing I did.
We are in the home stretch of the longest most horrible year of my life. It is almost over and then my real work begins. Trying to get back to as much of me as I can. I would not be at this point if it were not for you and your firm. Thank you.
I would whole-heartedly recommend the firm of Morgan, Collins, Yeast, and Sayler to anyone seeking help navigating the workers’ comp system. I would most definitely recommend my amazing lawyer.
As I sit here waiting for the phone to ring telling me it’s over, I can’t help but think how blessed I have been to have y’all in my corner. Thank you.