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Workers' Compensation Attorney

Lakeland Workers' Compensation Lawyer, Dean Burnetti provides professional Workers' Compensation Benefits Attorney legal services in Lakeland, Winter Haven, Bartow, Sebring, Wauchula, and Polk - Highlands - Hardee Counties.

Call 863.248.4188 about your Workers' Compensation Benefits legal needs in Lakeland, Polk County, Highlands County, Hardee County, and Central Florida.

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Workplace injuries or deaths can be considered especially horrendous if you don’t work in the type of capacity where your job duties are considered dangerous. Think about it: People such as firefighters, law enforcement, and airline pilots might have face certain level of risk as far as work-related injuries in conjunction with the dangerous types of jobs that they do. Even people who work in such professions as banking, dog grooming, or real estate agents may have some level of concern about the danger they could potentially face while on the job.

But what if you’re a substitute elementary school teacher, a court stenographer, or a wedding photographer? Do you have reason to be concerned about your job’s safety? The sad fact is that all jobs have the potential for injury and/or death. Don’t believe us? Just look at the Newton, Connecticut mass shooting that took the life of the substitute teacher, the number of court stenographers (as well as more than 100 other courthouse employees, some of whom suffered permanent – and some fatal – inflammatory lung condition) who were affected by the massive amounts of mold in the Polk County Courthouse in the early 90s, or the Italian wedding photographer who recently was accidentally shot and killed by the bride and groom who were posing with hunting rifles used as props.

Luckily, victims of work-related injuries or deaths may qualify for assistance through their employer’s Worker’s Compensation insurance.

What types of injuries does Workers’ Compensation cover?

Typically, Workers’ Compensation claims vary from state to state, from person to person, and from employer to employer. Some of the most common injuries covered by Workers’ Compensation include:

  • Head Injuries, Neck Injuries, Hearing and Vision Injuries

  • Bone & Cartilage Injuries

  • Muscle Injuries

  • Back Injuries

  • Repetitive Trauma or Stress Injuries

  • Lung Injuries

  • Cause or Aggravation of Stress Disorders

  • Chemical Exposure Injuries

  • Explosion, Fire, or Heat Exposure Injuries

  • Exposure Infections or Diseases

  • Animal Bites or Attacks or Contracting Rabies

  • Jobsite Death

Workers’ Compensation is tailored to assist the individual needs of the injured employee. Depending on the type and severity of your injury, your recovery time, the level of permanent disability you sustained, etc., you may be eligible for Medical Benefits, Temporary Disability Benefits, Permanent Partial Disability, Permanent Total Disability, Rehabilitation Benefits, Death Benefits.

If you or a family member was injured (or of your loved one died) as the result of a Workers’ Compensation injury, you can’t go up against your employer alone, but an experienced attorney can.

Contact Dean Burnetti Law to get the help you need today.

Call 863.248.4188 to schedule a confidential Workers' Compensation Benefits Legal Consultation with Lakeland and Central Florida Lawyer, Dean Burnetti.

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Lakeland, Florida 33803

Phone: 863.248.4188
Fax: 863.279.1212

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Lakeland Workers' Compensation Lawyer, providing experienced Workers' Compensation Benefits Attorney legal representation in Polk County Florida, including: Lakeland, Winter Haven, Bartow, Auburndale, Haines City, Babson Park, Bowling Green, Bradely Junction, Brewster, Combee Settlement, Crooked Lake Park, Crystal Lake, Cypress Gardens, Davenport, Dundee, Eagle Lake, Fort Meade, Frostproof, Fussels Corner, Gibsonia, Green Pond, Highland Park, Highlands City, Hillcrest Heights, Jan Phyl Village, Inwood, Kathleen, Lake Alfred, Lake Hamilton, Lake Wales, Lakeland Highlands, Mulberry, Polk City, Willow Oak, Wahneta, Waverley, Highlands County Florida, including: Sebring, Avon Park, Lake Placid, Leisure Lakes, Lorida, Placid Lakes, Sylvan Shores, Venus, Hardee County Floridas, Including: Wauchula, Bowling Green, Zolfo Springs, Fort Green, Fort Green Springs, Gardner, Lemon Grove, Limestone, Ona, and throughout the Central Florida Area.

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