If you cannot do the job you did before your accident and must take lower-paying work, workers’ compensation benefits can make up the difference in your pay.

An attorney from Harrison, White, Smith & Coggins can help you ensure you receive all the benefits to which you are entitled should you be in a position where your work injuries prevent you from earning the wages you once did.

by making sure the physician’s report accurately reflects your injury. We could also have a vocational rehabilitation expert assess your abilities and report and/or testify about your disability and its effect on your ability to work for a living.

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