Workers’ compensation benefits are designed to provide workers with medical care and lost wage compensation when they suffer work-related injuries. But getting your benefits can be complicated, and you may be unsure if your employer or their insurer is offering you the full value of your claim. At Colbert Cooper Hill Attorneys, we want to help protect your legal rights to the benefits you need to get better.
Our law firm is focused on helping injured Oklahomans get the money they need to pay their bills after workplace injuries. Contact our workers’ compensation lawyers today to get the help you deserve with your workers’ compensation claim. Just dial (877) 579-6800 or fill out a free online form to get in touch with our 24/7 team of legal professionals.
Helping You Get Your Workers’ Compensation Benefits
At Colbert Cooper Hill, we know how frustrating the workers’ compensation claims process can bee. That’s why we want to take the stress off your shoulders and help you move forward with your life after a work injury.
- Workers’ Comp Claims Process
Most employees aren’t familiar with the workers’ compensation system until they get hurt, which can make it hard to know where to begin after a work injury. Learn about the Oklahoma work comp claims process and how an attorney can help you prepare your claim.
- 4 Steps to Follow if You’re Denied Work Comp
Employers and insurers deny work comp claims every day—even when employees have rights to benefits. Read about the steps you can take if your claim for benefits was denied.
- Workers’ Comp Resources
Finding information you can trust can be difficult after a work injury. Use our resources section to get links to educational materials, government websites, and other helpful work comp resources.
- Workers’ Comp FAQ
It’s normal to have questions about the work comp process, and our workers’ compensation lawyers want to help you find the answers you need. Read our FAQ to learn about how workers’ compensation coverage works, find out what to do after you’re injured while working, and discover Oklahoma’s work comp requirements for businesses.