Get Hurt at Work? What you need to know now.

October 7, 2019

Getting injured while at work can be a stressful and confusing situation for anyone.

You’re in pain and have to navigate the medical treatment using workers’ compensation insurance; you may not be able to work because of the injury; and you still have bills to pay. On top of all of this, you may have been contacted by a claims adjuster and may be trying to figure out how to get the treatment you need to recover, how to get back to work, and how to stay afloat while all of that is pending.

After the injury happens, a lot of people think to themselves, “now what?”

This is where Hightower Reff Law can help.

Contacting an experienced attorney can save injured workers a lot of worry by using our knowledge of the workers’ compensation system. We can help ensure that you get the medical treatment you need to get better and get back to work. We can help you get monetary benefits to help pay the bills while you are recovering from a work-related injury. Having a knowledgeable attorney on your side can make the process easier and less of a headache for you. We have the experience to know how the process works, what benefits you may be entitled to, and what steps to take to make sure you are protected while you are receiving consistent treatment and getting the benefits you deserve.

Don’t wait. If you’ve been injured on the job in Nebraska or Iowa, call Hightower Reff Law today for a consultation. We can help explain and navigate the workers’ compensation process and make sure you get the benefits you deserve so that you can focus on healing.

This article should not be construed as legal advice. Situations are different and it’s impossible to provide legal advice for every situation without knowing the individual facts. 


If you need help with a Nebraska or Iowa Workers’ Compensation case, contact Hightower Reff Law today and come visit with one of the attorneys at the Omaha office. 


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