Thousands of professional truck drivers suffer on-the-job injuries every year, including Knee Injuries, Back Injuries, Spinal Cord Injuries (SCI) and more. Most professional truck drivers injured in a job related accident are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. Most trucking companies are required by law to have worker’s compensation insurance.
Filing a worker’s compensation claim is simply a request for employment benefits. To recover, you do not need to prove that your employer trucking company was at fault.
Trucking companies and their insurance companies rarely pay injured truckers the workers’ compensation benefits they are owed. For over three decades, the attorneys at Hurt Trucker have been fighting for the rights of injured truckers. We know the unique challenges faced by injured truck drivers. We will make sure you receive a fair Injury Rating and that you receive the Medical Care and Workers’ Compensation Benefits you are owed.
If you are unable to travel to our offices, most workers’ compensation claims cases can be opened over the telephone, and without an office visit by the client. In some cases, we can meet you at your home, or at another location to discuss your case.