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If you’ve suffered an Idaho workers’ compensation injury, CALL NOW. After an Idaho work accident happens, our law office helps injured workers get the work comp benefits they deserve. Idaho workers’ compensation benefits may include medical care, wage replacement, permanent partial impairment, permanent disability, and retraining.
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What should you do if you suffer an Idaho work accident or are injured on the job in Idaho? Your actions following a work injury may make the difference between and accepted or denied workers’ compensation claim.
If you’ve suffered a work injury in Coeur d’Alene, or anywhere else in Idaho, you should do the following:
Report an Idaho work accident or on-the-job injury to your supervisor immediately.
By following these steps, the workers’ compensation insurance carrier is more likely to accept your claim. If your claim is denied or you have concerns about how your claim is being handled, contact us for a free case review.
Unfortunately, car crashes are a common occurrence in Idaho. Poor road conditions, winter driving, fatigue, cell phone use, and poor judgment are just a few things that can cause a motor vehicle collision.
If you’ve suffered injuries in a motor vehicle collision, an experienced attorney may be able to help. Worried about contacting an attorney? Check out our Google Reviews!
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Lewiston, Moscow, Coeur d’Alene, Sandpoint, Orofino, Grangeville, Kamiah, and throughout North Idaho.
The Idaho Statesman reported an unfortunate work accident on July 20, 2021, in the Boise National Forest that has cost a logger his life. Trevor Menter, of Council, Idaho, died in a logging accident, when a log struck him in the chest. OSHA investigated the accident and fined Menter’s employer.
David Kearns, director of OSHA’s Boise Area Office said: “Logging is well recognized as one of most dangerous industries out there, which is why it is so critically important that they really follow and ensure folks are following safe work practices.”
Lewiston’s industry involves many jobs that expose workers to potential injury. Idaho workers are injured daily. Injuries may require surgery, result in lost wages, and leave the injured worker with permanent disabilities. Work injuries often result in overdue bills, empty bank accounts, and sometimes bankruptcy.
Idaho’s workers’ compensation system is supposed to protect Idaho’s workers, but Idaho work comp insurance carriers are often reluctant to pay injured workers what the law requires. If you’ve suffered a work injury and question whether you’re getting the legal benefits you deserve, contact an experienced Idaho work comp lawyer for a a FREE case review.
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Hurt at work? Delaying your Idaho workers’ compensation claim for COVID-19 may cost you your rights!
At Goicoechea Law, we provide quality legal services to the injured and disabled workers in Idaho despite the pandemic.
If you’ve suffered an Idaho work comp injury (back injury, shoulder, knee ankle, etc.), call us now at 208.743.2313, or visit our Idaho Workers’ Compensation information page.
Using technology we are able to effectively and efficiently represent our clients, even if we cannot meet in person. We represent injured workers from Lewiston to Coeur d’Alene and in the surrounding communities including Orofino, Grangeville, Kamiah, Moscow, Potlatch, Coeur d’Alene, Post Falls, Hayden Lake, Sandpoint, Bonners Ferry, and everywhere in between.
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