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    Work-Related Injury Attorneys in Miami

    Every year, work-related injuries victimize thousands of employees in Miami. Although most of these accidents occur more often in the construction and manufacturing industry, people who work behind a desk in a typical office should not be too complacent. 

    Because of the complexity of workers’ compensation in Miami, if you’re injured at work, it would be best if you contact an attorney that will guide you. There are often strict statutes of limitations that injured employees must abide by in order to receive their fair share of compensation. It would definitely help your case to have someone who is knowledgeable about workers’ compensation laws to help you win your case.



    Why Retain Diamond & Diamond Lawyers for your Work-Related Injury

    Experienced Work Injury Attorney

    The personal injury attorneys at Diamond & Diamond have years of experience successfully handling claims for compensation for individuals injured through the negligent or intentional conduct of other parties. Their experience handling claims for work-related injuries and third-party actions makes them a valued resource for information about the options available to you.

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    Get The Representation You Deserve

    We know that a workplace injury can seriously squeeze your finances.

    That’s why not only do we offer an initial consultation, we work on a commission basis which means you never have to pay anything out of pocket.

    Our experienced workplace injury attorney can handle your case and collect their fees from a percentage of your payout after the case is completed.

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    Always There to Help

    Our wealth of experience working with workplace injury cases has shown us firsthand how difficult and sensitive the problems a workplace injury creates can be. We strive to be more than just a legal ally. 

    We’re here to worry about the legal details so you don’t have to. We treat your case with the compassion and respect it deserves — so you can focus on your recovery.

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    Work Injury Benefits

    If you’re injured at work, You might be entitled to additional benefits if the injury or illness results in a disability. Permanent loss of a physical or a psychological function due to a work-related injury or disease can be compensated through a non-economic loss benefit. Your dependents, such as your husband or wife and children, may be eligible for benefits in the event of your death caused by an injury or illness related to your work. Contact Diamond & Diamond today!

    Claiming Work Injury Benefits

    After you’ve suffered an injury, the last thing you want to worry about is securing documents, filing paperwork, and dealing with all of the drudgery that accompanies making a worker’s compensation claim. Worker’s compensation is a program which most Miami businesses are required to participate in. In principal, worker’s compensation is designed to provide a straightforward means of being compensated for a workplace injury. Contact Diamond & Diamond today!

    Pro Tip

    Having a personal injury attorney from Diamond & Diamond at hand who understands workers’ compensation will help you ease through the process.

    Third Party Actions

    Injuries or illnesses suffered by a worker might be caused by the conduct or activities of a subcontractor or another party not employed by the injured worker’s employer. For instance, the driver of a vehicle that crashes into the worker and the manufacturer of a piece of equipment that is defective and causes the worker to be injured are examples of third parties against whom the worker might have a claim for damages. Contact Diamond & Diamond today!

    Work-Related Injuries Frequently Asked Questions

    Yes, you should get an attorney for a work injury, especially if your injuries are not clearly work-related, require extensive medical treatment, involve extended periods of time off work, or result in permanent disability.


    You have many rights when you’re injured at work, including the right to file a claim for your injury or illness in workers compensation court or the state industrial court. You also have the right to seek medical attention and treatment. When you’re feeling better, you have the right to return to your job as long as you receive clearance from your physician.



    You can sue your employer for illegal termination, employee discrimination, personal injuries, sexual and workplace harassment, retaliation, defamation, among others. Employees have rights that protect them from unfair treatment or discrimination by their employers.



    The most common workplace accidents and injuries include slip and fall injury, muscle strains, being hit by falling objects, repetitive strain injury, crashes and collisions, cuts and lacerations, inhaling toxic fumes, and exposure to loud noise

    To prove that your injury was caused by your job, you need to provide some evidence. Some of the types of evidence you can use to prove that your injury was work-related include pictures of the scene and your injuries, witness reports, time reports showing that you were at work at the time of the accident, maintenance reports of equipment involved in the accident, and documentation from your doctor.

    If you have a work-related injury or illness, your employer is required by law to pay for workers’ compensation benefits. Take not that you also have the right to file a claim for your injury or illness in workers compensation court or the state industrial court. You have the right to see a doctor and to pursue medical treatment. If you are released to return to work by your physician, you have the right to return to your job.

    You have two years. Therefore, if you’re injured, it’s best to immediately consult a personal injury lawyer.

    Because of the workers’ compensation system in Florida where you employer has workers’ compensation insurance, you can’t sue your employer for an injury you sustained on the job.

    Florida is an “at-will” state, which means your employer can fire, demote or discipline employees for any reason, such as suing the employer, or no reason at all. However, there are exceptions to this, such as if you were fired and you believe it to be discriminatory, you filed a workers’ compensation claim, you objected to not being paid overtime, and others.

    Work-related injuries should never be taken lightly because they can have such a significant impact on an injured victim. Our Miami work-related injury attorneys will fight for the compensation you need to recover. Contact 1-800-567 today!