Ten Reasons to Hire Workers’ Compensation Attorney Randy Zeldin
- The workers' compensation laws are complicated and always changing.
- Randy Zeldin can get your case heard by a Judge of Compensation Claims
- Randy Zeldin is knowledgeable about workers' compensation insurance companies.
- Randy Zeldin is familiar with the doctors in the Boca Raton and South Florida area and can guide an injured worker to the best possible care.
- There are strict time limits for filing a workers' compensation claim.
- Attorney fees are either paid by the insurance company or from benefits obtained. There are never "out of pocket" fees.
- Randy Zeldin knows the value of workers' compensation cases and has the skill to negotiate a fair settlement.
- Randy Zeldin will analyze other possible claims, such as personal injury, unpaid overtime or discrimination claims, which may be related to your workers' compensation issues.
- Randy Zeldin has been practicing workers' compensation for over 25 years and was nominated by colleagues for the position of Judge of Compensation Claims.
- Peace of mind.
Every day, Judges of Compensation Claims around the State of Florida are issuing decisions, shaping and changing interpretations of the law. These decisions are often appealed to the First District Court of Appeals or to the Florida Supreme Court. Only a skilled workers’ compensation attorney can follow and understand the breadth of these ongoing changes.
There are 3 Judges of Workers’ Compensation Claims in Ft. Lauderdale and in West Palm Beach, Florida. If the workers’ compensation carrier is denying you a benefit that you are due under the law, the Judge is the final arbiter.
Each workers’ compensation carrier has a different philosophy and strategy in handling claims. Experience with these different entities can help you achieve the benefits that you deserve.
Sometimes the most important element of a workers’ compensation carrier is getting to the right medical provider. Knowledge of the reputation and integrity of local physicians can be critical.
Statutes of limitations and other time restrictions can forever bar your entitlement to getting workers’ compensation benefits.
The main risk of legal representation is borne by the attorney representing the injured worker. If there are no benefits obtained, no fee is due. You will never write a check to your workers’ compensation attorney. All attorney fees must be approved by the Judge of Compensation Claims.
Thousands of cases provide the experience necessary to assess the value of a workers’ compensation case. Thousands of cases provide the negotiating skill to get the best possible deal from the insurance carrier.
It is not uncommon for an injured worker to have other legal issues connected to his/her place of employment. These may include failure to pay overtime wages; job discrimination or harassment and personal injury lawsuit against the perpetrator of the injury.
There’s no substitute for experience.
If you have been injured on the job, you may have a valid workers' compensation claim. Please contact Randy Zeldin for a free case review.