Have you sustained a herniated disk or compression fracture in your back or neck as a result of a fall at work? Did you tear the rotator cuff and ligaments in your shoulder while lifting at work? Has your work-related injury caused a brain injury or a permanent disability? Have you suffered an amputation from unsafe machinery in your workplace? Was your work comp claim denied for not being reported on time?
If you answer yes to any of these questions, you may be entitled to compensation for your work injury. Seek the help of an aggressive workers' compensation attorney to find out if you have a claim.
"When no one else would even talk to me about my workmans comp case Jason was ready to help me. He knows his stuff and got me all I should have gotten and more. I recommend him to everyone." — As submitted to yellowpages.com
Experienced. Dedicated. Compassionate.
At the Law Office of Jason M. Hatfield, P.A., I have over 19 years of experience as a lawyer helping injured workers residing in Arkansas — and tractor-trailer drivers from all over the U.S. who are employed here in Arkansas. I am dedicated to guiding you successfully through the Arkansas workers' comp process so that you are able to receive all that you are entitled, which may include:
- Medical treatment
- Compensation benefits
- Temporary total disability wages
- Permanent partial disability wages
- Permanent total disability wages
- Compensation for facial disfigurement
- Vocational rehabilitation
A work accident can be a traumatic experience, leaving you facing a long, painful recovery. Workers' compensation is intended to pay for the medical treatment you need to heal, while providing disability payments during the time you are unable to work. Unfortunately, the claim process can be confusing, and your employer's insurance company may not advise you of all of your rights or, even worse, may improperly evaluate your condition and deny your claim.
You Pay Nothing If You Do Not Win Your Claim
It does not matter what type of injury you suffered on the job — you have worked long and hard to get where you are today. Let me handle the details of your claim while you concentrate on your recovery. Additionally, if a personal injury lawsuit is warranted, I will handle both cases for you.
Call today at 479-527-3921 to speak directly to me or you may contact me online. The faster I can start working on your case, the faster you can collect benefits. I represent injured workers from Fayetteville to Bentonville, including the towns of Rogers and Springdale.