You Could Be Eligible for Money from Your Old Job
You gave your company your best. You worked hard in the factory, even when it was hard for you. Maybe you even worked through an injury because you didn’t want to let your company down or risk any trouble.
How did they reward you? They laid you off.
You should know this: If you’re in Kentucky and sustained an injury at your factory job, you still could be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits even after a layoff. Even if you’ve just received a WARN Act notice, you can still qualify.
At Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyer, we help people like you get the benefits you deserve.
If you suffer from hearing loss, overexertion, back pain, head injuries or more, you could have a hard time finding a new job. Expenses don’t stop when you’re out of work, either.
Workers’ comp benefits could be what you need to stay afloat during this difficult period.
Call us today to get a free evaluation of your case.
What You’ll Get with Workers’ Comp
When you’re laid off, you feel lost. Powers outside your control have cut off your livelihood.
Factory work can be hard. And dangerous. You fought through the hearing loss, or the back pain, or any other aches in order to keep producing for your employer.
Now that injury might be preventing you from earning the money you need to regain a sense of normalcy in your life.
It’s not right that your employer left you with these problems. Their workers’ comp insurance needs to pay.
The lawyers at Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyer can help you maintain financial security while you get healthy enough to work again. Here’s part of what you could be eligible for:
- Lost wages
- Medical expenses for your injury
- Access to job retraining
Financial worry on top of health concerns make for a stressful combination. But none of this is your fault.
Let the lawyers with Kentucky Courage™ take some of the burden of dealing with it away from you.
Whether you’ve been laid off, or if you’ve just received a WARN Act notice, and you need benefits—call us right now to see if you’re eligible for hurt-on-the-job assistance.
Don’t Fight the Insurance Company Alone
Workers’ comp benefits are supposed to be simple: You get hurt on the job, you get compensation for wages you’re missing and other related expenses. Even if you’ve been laid off, an injury from when you were on the job still counts.
Often, it’s not so easy.
Your company’s insurance company is not looking out for your best interests. They want to give you as little money as possible. They might even offer you a quick settlement for much less than what you deserve.
Don’t take it.
At Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyer, we fight for people who have the Kentucky Courage™ to insist on getting the full compensation they deserve—every dime.
Let us help you through this tough time by getting you the peace of mind you need.