Wyoming Workers’ Compensation Attorneys
Practicing exclusively in Wyoming Workers’ Compensation Law, the attorneys at
Plains Law Offices, LLP take the time to understand your case and answer your questions.
Wyoming Workers’ Compensation is also referred to as Workers Comp
In Wyoming, workers compensation is a no-fault government run program designed to provide medical, mental health and wage loss assistance to injured workers. However, in reality, Wyoming Workers’ Compensation is just another insurance program, and not a very good one.
Suffering a work-related injury is hard on individuals and families. Workers’ compensation benefits are not a true substitute for working as they cover only a percentage of lost wages. Being denied workers comp benefits can result in prolonged infirmity or financial ruin.
So, if you have received a Final Determination denying benefits, or one that you don’t understand, call the attorneys at Plains Law Offices, LLP for a free consultation,
Understanding Workers’ Compensation
Getting injured on the job can be devastating: physically, financially and mentally. Consequently, Wyoming workers’ compensation benefits are there to provide medical care, mental health counseling and financial assistance to injured workers. While most cases proceed without incident, sometimes injured workers are denied benefits. In those cases, it is important to act quickly and obtain professional legal help. The Division caseworker is not your advocate, so it is up to you to find representation.
Wyoming workers’ compensation can be complicated and confusing. Failure to understand the procedures can also result in the denial of benefits. The attorneys at Plains Law Offices, LLP are here to help. If you don’t understand your situation or have a question about your case or benefits, call Plains Law Offices, LLP for a free consultation. Help is available throughout the State of Wyoming. If you have moved out-of-state, that’s okay too, the lawyers at Plains Law Offices, LLP are ready to work for you!
It is important that you understand the rules, procedures and benefits you are entitled to should you have a workers’ compensation claim. While your caseworker can be very helpful, they don’t always provide the best information for your situation. The Division does have a guide book that provides reasonable information for an injury worker. While the guide book with help you to become informed about workers’ compensation, contact a
workers’ compensation attorney if you are uncertain about your case.