If you have been injured at work, chances are that you have had to take some time off to recover from your injury. During this time, you may be receiving workers’ compensation payments from your employer. These benefits are provided for a limited time while you heal from your injury. When you are well enough to return to work, these benefits typically stop, providing that your return to work enables you to earn wages that are the same or greater than what you were earning before your injury. However, if you continue to experience wage loss because of your injury when you return to work, you may still be able to continue receiving benefits, although for a lesser amount. It is important to work with an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer and communicate with your employer to make sure that you don’t miss out on any money that you are owed.
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The Fort Lauderdale workers’ compensation attorneys at Rosenberg & Rosenberg, P.A. are committed to ensuring that our clients receive all of the benefits that they are due after a work injury. If you’ve been injured and have questions about your rights and the workers’ compensation process, we encourage you to contact our firm to discuss your case. Backed by more than 240 years of combined legal experience defending the rights of injured workers, we’ve been trusted in our community for more than four decades.
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