Worker's Compensation

Representation for Injured Employees

Most people who work in an office do not consider the risk of getting hurt on-the-job. However, people who spend most of their time working at a desk or computer are at risk for injuries, such as carpal tunnel or other repetitive motion injuries. Employees also suffer injuries from car accidents during a work function or back problems caused by lifting.

If you were injured in a work accident, it is important to work with an attorney who can help you correctly file for workers' compensation benefits. At the law office of Stenstrom, McIntosh, Colbert & Whigham, P.A., that is what we do for clients throughout Central Florida. We have offered employees the high quality representation they need to efficiently resolve their legal matters since 1954.

Complications in Workers' Compensation Cases

Every legal suit comes with inherent roadblocks to building a strong case. Our lawyers have years of experience working closely with clients to present their case in a compelling manner. With work with doctors to prove your injuries are job-related and to determine the degree of limitation caused by your injury.

Although your employer usually has your best interests in mind, it is important to understand what you are fighting against in workers' compensation case. Many employers have lawyers that will represent the company, so it is important for you to approach the case with your own legal team.

Our team offers clients the aggressive protection they need in workers' compensation cases. To learn more about the protection we offer clients, contact us online, or call us at 407-322-2171 or toll free at 800-247-5225.