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Montana Workers’ Compensation Attorney

Hurt at Work? Our Law Firm Can Help

People in Montana work hard and people here take pride in their work. We’re not afraid to do the work that needs to be done to get the job done right. That’s why it’s only fair that people who get hurt at work get the support they need to get back on their feet.

Have you been injured at work? Hurt in an oil rig accident? Not sure what to do next? Don’t simply assume your problems will solve themselves. Make sure you know your rights. Make sure you talk to an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer who knows how the legal system works here. Contact Braukmann Law, PLLC.

Located in Billings and serving injured workers in Bozeman, Helena and throughout Montana, our workers’ compensation law firm understands the seriousness and complexity of such cases. We know that bills can add up fast. We know that insurance companies can be aggressive. That’s why we want to help you get your life back on track after your workplace injury.

Understanding workers’ compensation in Montana

The bottom line is you should be able to receive workers’ compensation if you sustained your injury at work in most cases. That’s the law in Montana. It doesn’t matter who was at fault. If you work for a company in Montana, you are eligible to receive workers’ compensation benefits in most cases, regardless of who caused your accident.

The Montana State Fund operates the state’s workers’ compensation insurance program. This program provides wage-loss benefits and medical treatment in the event of a workplace injury. It includes the right to choose your own doctor for your initial treatment (though not necessarily for subsequent treatment). All businesses in Montana are required by law to have workers’ compensation insurance. If you get hurt, you should be covered.

What you need to do if you’ve been hurt on the job

If you’ve been hurt at work, you need to take the following steps to protect your rights and obtain workers’ compensation benefits.

  • Seek immediate medical attention. Your health matters most.
  • Tell your employer you have been injured at work.
  • Talk to a workers’ compensation attorney at our law firm.

There are many other important steps injured workers should often take after they get hurt at work. We can walk you through each one, step by step, answering all of your questions along the way. That way, you can make sure you don’t miss anything.

Contact a workers’ compensation lawyer

Don’t underestimate the complexity of your workers’ compensation claim. The sooner you talk to a workers’ compensation lawyer, the more you can learn about your rights. That’s why we want to meet with you. Our law firm employs a full-time nurse who can help analyze your case and provide unique insights into your claim.

It’s also important to realize that you only have a limited amount of time to apply for workers’ compensation benefits in Montana. If you miss important deadlines, you could miss out on your opportunity for the benefits you rightfully deserve.

Moreover, we can help you navigate any problems you might encounter with the workers’ compensation process. For instance, we’ve helped injured workers who were initially denied coverage on the basis of a pre-existing condition.

We take great pride in helping hard-working people throughout Montana get the benefits they rightfully deserve. You earned the right to collect workers’ compensation. We can help you demand the money you deserve, and we’ll relentlessly advocate for you throughout the process, from initially filing the claim, all the way through hearings and, if necessary, appeals.

Put your trust in a workers’ compensation lawyer who puts your best interests first. Contact our law firm right now and schedule your free case evaluation with attorney Matthew Braukmann. No matter where you live or work in the state, we’ll make the trip to you to help you get the support you need.

Braukmann Law, PLLC – we go the extra mile for you.

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