Workers' Compensation Settlements are known as Compromise and Release Agreements. If you were hurt at work you may be entitled to a lump sum settlement. If you have been collecting workers' compensation benefits for 4 months or longer you may be entitled to a lump sum settlement. A compromise and Release Agreement is typically a lump sum settlement or a one time payment that can replace your weekly workers' compensation checks, your medical bills, or both. You can accept a lump sum settlement for both your lost wages and medical expenses.
How do you know if a lump sum settlement is right for you? Have you progressed in recovery? Do you think you will reach a full recovery or have you reached maximum medical improvement of your work injuries? Or will you be unable to work for years to come. Will you need more surgery, tests, physical therapy, treatment? Will your injuries from when you got hurt at work get worse or lead to complications and other health conditions. Do you want to move on with your life?
It is important to consult with an attorney before you agree to a lump sum settlement. Our legal consultation is free. If you accept a lump sum you can't go back for more money so you need to make sure if a lump sum settlement is right for you.
Find out if a workers' compensation lump sum settlement is right for you. Call the legal staff, attorneys and team at Dugan & Associates, Lawyers Representing Injured People. There is no fee unless you get the money or benefits you deserve. Call now at 1-800-772-5422.