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What to Look for When Selecting An Attorney to Represent You

Employees suffering from work-related injuries or illnesses may be eligible for Workers' Compensation benefits. However, many claims are denied initially due to a variety of reasons, which in turn requires many to go through an often lengthy appeal process in order to receive the benefits they need and deserve. A qualified Workers' Compensation attorney can help establish your claim properly, which may help you receive your benefits in a timely manner.

When researching your options of attorneys, you should consider the following factors:


The attorney you choose to represent you should know the ins and outs of the Workers' Compensation claim process as well as the appeals process. Proper knowledge can only be achieved with years of experience.


During your initial consultation, ask your attorney about his or her experience in this area of the law. Their qualifications and success rate can be indicative of the knowledge they have as well as the service they will provide.


Choosing an attorney is similar to selecting a team mate. You should feel comfortable with your attorney and ensure that they listen to you intently. Each Workers' Compensation case is unique and without listening to you properly, the attorney could miss facts essential to establishing your claim properly.

Supervising Partner of Angiuli & Gentile, LLP's Workers' Compensation department, Gary Angiuli, has successfully represented workers' compensation clients for over 28 years. Our skilled team of attorneys understands the importance of getting you the benefits and compensation you need and deserve, which is why they will work tirelessly to ensure that your best interests are represented. To consult with an attorney today, call 347-201-4447.

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