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Seattle Workers’ Compensation Lawyer
You’ve been hurt on the job. Maybe you just have a few questions about what will happen next. Or perhaps your benefits have been denied. The Seattle workers’ compensation lawyers at Calbom & Schwab, some of whom speak Spanish as well as English, have been helping injured workers for decades and we are ready to help you.
As an injured worker, you have legal rights. Depending on your individual situation, these rights can include payment of medical expenses for your on-the-job injury, time loss compensation if your doctor says you can’t work, loss of earning power compensation if you’ve returned to a different job for less pay due to your injury, permanent partial disability for your injury or even pension benefits for the permanently disabled.
The lawyers at Calbom & Schwab work hard to make sure you receive the benefits to which you are legally entitled.
To protect your legal rights, it is important you act immediately. In many cases, there are time limits in which to act. Failure to act within a specific time limit can significantly impact your legal rights.
The lawyers at Calbom & Schwab are dedicated to assisting injured workers with their workers’ compensation and Social Security disability claims. Give us a call and let us go to work for you.
Seattle Personal Injury Lawyer
Residents across the state of Washington have successfully recovered damages owed to them with our law firm. If you’re entitled to receive compensation under the law from another person or an insurance company and are met with resistance, Calbom & Schwab will help you.
We offer a free initial consultation so you have a clear idea of your potential case. Furthermore, we operate on a contingency-based fee structure, so we do not collect a fee from you until you’ve received the damages won in your case. Under Washington State law, all law firms are required to inform you that out of pocket costs are the client’s responsibility; we typically advance these costs if we represent you.