Miles A. Matt: When people are injured, and they can no longer return to work, they are generally concerned about supporting their families. First is, if you are injured at work, your employer and its insurer owe you workers compensation benefits. Workers compensation benefits substitute for your earnings while your doctor is treating you. They also owe you medical expenses to pay for your medical treatment.
If you are not injured at work, there are other avenues to obtain benefits, or relief to assist you in supporting your family until you are able to return to work. Here at the Law Offices of Matt and Allen, we will assist you, and represent you in exploring all of those avenues to support your family. From workers compensation, to any other avenue available to you under the law.