🌟 Legal Assistance for Idaho Work Injury Claims Against the Idaho State Insurance Fund – SIF 🌟

Idaho State Insurance Fund claims help

At Goicoechea Law, LLC, we’re here to help injured workers navigate Idaho work injury claims against the Idaho State Insurance Fund (SIF). Contact an experienced attorney ready to provide legal assistance.

Why Choose Goicoechea Law?

  • 🎯 Experience: Our law office understands the complexities of cases against the Idaho State Insurance Fund.
  • πŸ† Proven Track Record: Goicoechea Law has a history of securing favorable outcomes and fair compensation for injured workers in Idaho.
  • 🀝 Personalized Approach: Tailoring our strategies to each case ensures you receive the attention and representation you deserve.
  • πŸ—£οΈ Transparent Communication: We keep you informed, answer questions, and provide realistic expectations throughout the legal process.
  • πŸ’Ό No Upfront Fees: Goicoechea Law represents Idaho’s injured workers on a contingency fee basis, making legal representation accessible with no upfront costs.

If you’ve suffered a work-related injury and are seeking compensation from SIF, contact us for a FREE case review by an experienced Idaho workers’ comp lawyer. Goicoechea Law advocates for injured workers.

Call now to find out if we can help you get the compensation you deserve.

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Idaho Workers’ Compensation – Case Closed

Idaho workers’ compensation claims adjusters often tell injured workers that a claim is closed. The worker hangs her head and believes the work comp claims examiner.

At Goicoechea Law, LLC, our attorneys regularly speak with injured workers who have been told their claim was closed. In reality, the claim is not closed, but the workers’ compensation insurance carrier does not want to pay anymore.

If you have been told your Idaho work injury claim is closed, but you’re still having problems, contact an experienced Idaho work comp lawyer for a FREE case review.

We help injured workers get the benefits they deserve – including lost wages (TTD), medical benefits, permanent partial impairment (PPI), disability benefits, and more.

Our law office handles Idaho workers’ compensation cases before the Idaho Industrial Commission against the State Insurance Fund (SIF), Work Comp Exchange, Liberty Mutual, Associated Loggers Exchange, Sedgwick, Gallagher Bassett, and more.

We represent injured workers throughout North Idaho in communities like Lewiston, Moscow, Coeur d’Alene, Post Falls, Sandpoint, Bonners Ferry, Hayden Lake, Kellogg, St Maries, Kendrick, Juliaetta, Deary, Orofino, Grangeville, Kamiah, Kooskia, Nez Perce, and everywhere in between.

Idaho Peace Officer or Detention Officer Work Injury?

In Idaho peace officers and detention officers injured on the job are entitled to special protections under the Peace Officer and Detention Officer Temporary Disability Act. Some employers don’t know about Idaho’s peace officer and detention officer disability act, while other employers simply ignore it.

If you are an Idaho peace officer or Detention officer, and you’ve been injured on the job, you may not be receiving the workers’ compensation benefits you deserve.

Contact an experienced workers’ compensation attorney now for a FREE case review and to find out if you are being properly compensated for your work injury.

At Goicoechea Law, LLC, we represent injured workers throughout North Idaho, from Riggins to the Canadian border in towns and cities like Lewiston, Moscow, Coeur d’Alene, Post Falls, Sandpoint, St Maries, Kellogg, Potlatch, Deary, Juliaetta, Kendrick, Orofino, Pierce, Weippe, Kamiah, Grangeville, Nez Perce, and everywhere in between.

Idaho Workers’ Compensation: Understanding How It Works

Idaho Workers' Compensation First Report of Injury
The First Report of Injury or Illness should be filed immediately after a work-related injury or illness.

Idaho Workers’ Compensation Attorney

If you have suffered an injury on the job, you may be asking yourself how your medical bills will be paid. Will you be paid for your time off while you recover? What if you can’t return to your usual employment? Workers’ comp is an insurance policy held by an employer to pay employees for work-related injuries or illnesses. Contacting an experienced Idaho workers’ compensation lawyer can help you determine if you are eligible to receive Idaho work comp benefits.

What if the Workers’ Compensation Insurance Company Denies My Claim?

Denied Idaho Work Comp Claim
Idaho Workers’ Compensation Insurance Carriers regularly deny valid claims

There are many workers’ compensation insurance companies in the state of Idaho (Β Idaho State Insurance Fund;Β Associated Loggers Exchange; Workers’ Compensation Exchange; Liberty Northwest Insurance; Gallagher Bassett; and more). The insurance companies are overseen by the Idaho Industrial Commission. Work comp insurance carriers deny claims for various reasons. Some denials are justified but many are unjustifiable. The Industrial Commission routinely awards attorney fees to injured workers for “unreasonable denials” of benefits. If a work comp insurance company has denied your workers’ compensation claim, or suspended benefits, you should contact an experienced Idaho workers’ compensation attorney to help determine if you are eligible for additional benefits.

What Workers’ Compensation Benefits Are Available?

The benefits available to an injured worker in Idaho vary depending on the severity and type of injury. Speaking generally, an injured worker may be entitled to:

  • Medical Benefits
  • Income Benefits (commonly referred to as temporary total disability or TTD)
  • Permanent Disability Benefits (including Permanent Partial Impairment Benefits)
  • Attorney Fees for an unreasonable denial of benefits

If you have specific questions about whether you should be receiving Idaho workers’ compensation benefits, or whether the benefits are being paid properly, you should contact an experienced Idaho work comp lawyer. You can also visit the Idaho Industrial Commission’s Benefits FAQ page for more information.

Call Now!

Idaho Workers’ Compensation claims are governed by strict deadlines. If the deadlines are missed, you will lose your rights. So, don’t delay. If you’re wondering about your workers’ compensation claim, Call (208) 743-2313 Now for a FREE case review.

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So, if you need an attorney for an Idaho workers’ compensation claim, an Idaho personal injury case, a Washington personal injury case, or Social Security disability, contact our law office. We offer a FREE case review. You can call (208) 743-2313 or contact us online by completing the “FREE Case Review” form below.

We handle legal cases in Lewiston, Clarkston, Moscow, Pullman, Orofino, Grangeville, Kamiah, Coeur d’Alene, Sandpoint, and everywhere in between – serving North Idaho and Eastern Washington.