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T he Attorneys at the Kevin Moore Orlando Workers' Compensation Law Firm's Office help Orlando area victims of Florida work place injuries receive just compensation for their losses. We are not just attorneys. We are not just another Florida Workers' Compensation law firm. We are highly experienced Florida Workers' Compensation lawyers dedicated to seeing that your rights are protected and that you get the compensation for your workplace injury that you need and deserve. Florida Workers' Comp is what we do. We help Workers' Compensation clients throughout Florida from our office in Orlando. Even if you do not live in the city of Orlando, wherever you are in Florida, we come to you!
When your workplace injury is serious enough and your Workers' Comp claim is important to you then call a qualified attorney. It is critical that you find a capable and reputable Workers' Compensation attorney. Our success in achieving large settlements and awards demonstrates the quality of our firm, quality that we refer to as the "Advantage of Experience."
Our Website explains our law practice and our attorneys' credentials. It also provides specific information about Florida Workers' Compensation Law. Every victim's claim is unique and deserves to be evaluated on its own merits. Contact Us for a free consultation before making a decision about who should represent you. You will speak with Kevin Moore directly not a staff member.
Kevin welcomes the challenges of difficult cases involving serious Florida Workers' Comp injuries and their complex issues. We know how to fight the insurance companies and win. If you have been injured due to any work place related incident, do not hesitate to call and talk to us. You deserve to know your valuable Legal Rights.
URGENT ALERT! If you or a family member has been catastrophically injured in a workplace accident and is in the hospital please contact Kevin immediately through our 'Urgent Workers' Comp Hotline Number' (813) 956-0573. This telephone line is monitored 24/7.
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Workers' compensation is a state-mandated insurance program that provides compensation to employees who suffer job-related injuries and illnesses. While the federal government administers a workers' comp program for federal and certain other types of employees, each state has its own laws and programs for workers' compensation. For up-to-date information on workers' comp in Florida, contact Florida's workers' compensation office at (850) 413-3100. You can also go to the Florida Division of Worker's Compensation website
The most common Florida Workers' Comp injuries are addressed in detail in this web site. Below are summary paragraphs of the Workers' Comp injuries that may be affecting you. Each summary paragraph is followed by our Orlando Florida Workers Comp Lawyer site links to the appropriate detailed Workers Comp Injury page.
Florida's Workers' Comp Amputations
Losing an arm, a leg, a hand or a foot is a loss like no other. You know that you are still the same person you were before the workplace accident, yet you probably cannot help feeling less than you were. Adapting to any amputation is a gradual process. You are no doubt grateful and relieved to even be alive after your brush with tragedy in a severe work-place accident. Yet you and those who care for you must cope with the aftermath of your amputation. We know that it is never easy. Click here for details on Orlando Florida's Workers' Compensation Amputations
Florida's Workers' Comp Back Injuries
Back injuries are some of the most common injuries and frequently the most traumatic Florida Workman's Comp work-related injuries that a person can experience. Back injuries can range in severity from simple sprains, bulging disks, more severe herniated disks, and even life threatening fractures. Click here for details on Orlando Florida's Workers' Compensation Back Injuries
Florida's Workers' Comp Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a common and significant work-place health problem. The United States Department of Labor states that Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is the "chief occupational hazard since the 90's - disabling workers in epidemic proportions. Click here for details on Orlando Florida's Workers' Compensation Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Florida's Workers' Comp Catastrophic Injury
Unlike some worker's comp injuries, a workplace related catastrophic injury frequently occurs abruptly and without prior warnings. Injuries are considered catastrophic when they have an enormous impact they have on the lives of those who experience them as well as their families. Click here for details on Orlando Florida's Workers' Compensation Catastrophic Injury
Florida's Workers' Comp Chemical Exposure
Florida is seeing an increasing problem for construction workers having a toxic run-in with chemicals that could injury, debilitate, or even kill. This is not limited to construction workers - many industries, from small dry cleaners to major industrial and chemical manufacturers are using more and more caustic and poisonous chemicals in their everyday efforts. Click here for details on Orlando Florida's Workers' Compensation Chemical Exposure
Florida's Workers' Comp Cuts & Lacerations
A laceration, or cut, is a common injury to get in a workplace. They can result from slips, trip or fall, low overhangs, tools used on the job, exposed sharp surfaces, and many other causes. Laceration wounds have a wide range of severity from surface to deep and can even be fatal. Click here for details on Orlando Florida's Workers' Compensation Cuts & Lacerations
Florida's Workers' Comp Deaths
Under Florida's Workers' Compensation Law, death benefits are payable to an employee's surviving spouse, or spouse and children, based upon a percentage of the employee's wages, subject to a cap. A burial allowance is also available. If you are a qualified dependent of a Worker's Comp related death you will benefit from advice from a Qualified Workers' Compensation lawyer. Click here for details on Orlando Florida's Workers' Compensation Death
Florida's Workers' Comp Dismemberment
Dismemberment Workers' Compensation claims are, for the most part, treated just like amputation claims. The fundamental difference is in the 'timing' of the loss of the body part. Dismemberments usually occur at the work location whereas amputations occur after the accident and in the hospital. Click here for details on Orlando Florida's Workers' Compensation Dismemberment
Florida's Workers' Comp Head Injury
Even with OSHA requirements and the increasing awareness of workers of the risks of head and brain injuries on the job, such accidents and injuries remain on the rise. All too frequently seemingly minor head injuries are being ignored by workers and the real effects of these injuries are realized only after the time to file a claim with their employer has expired. Click here for details on Orlando Florida's Workers' Compensation Head Injury
Florida's Workers' Comp Hearing Loss
If you suffer sudden hearing loss because of a workplace incident then you should report it to your employer IMMEDIATELY and file a Workmans' Comp report. If you believe you are suffering from a gradual hearing loss you should first try to protect yourself from further injury and then report it to your employer. Click here for details on Orlando Florida's Workers' Compensation Hearing Loss
Florida's Workers' Comp Knee Injury
Knee injuries are among the most common workplace injuries and the most easily injured part of the body. This is particularly true for occupations involving moving, lifting, overuse or overload. If you have suffered a knee injury as the result of a workplace accident in Florida, please Contact Kevin at the Florida Workmans' Comp law firm of Kevin Moore. Click here for details on Orlando Florida's Workers' Compensation Knee Injury
Florida's Workers' Comp Neck Injury
Neck injuries are particularly common for occupations involving moving, lifting, overuse or overload. If you have suffered a neck injury as the result of a workplace accident in Orlando or the State of Florida, please Contact Kevin at the Florida Workmans' Comp law firm of Kevin Moore. Click here for details on Orlando Florida's Workers' Compensation Neck Injury
Florida's Workers' Comp Preexisting Conditions
In general terms, a "preexisting condition" is a medical condition which a worker had prior to a claimed work injury or occupational disease, and which contributed to it. With the new law and definition, these conditions must be taken into account during the determination of whether the workers' compensation claim will be covered. Click here for details on Orlando Florida's Workers' Compensation Preexisting Conditions
Florida's Workers' Comp Repetitive Trauma
"Repetitive Trauma" is also referred to by the names "Repetitive motion injury" and "Repetitive Stress Injuries". These injuries are due to repetitive motion or musculoskeletal disorders of the upper extremity associated with workplace exposures to a combination of repetitive, forceful exertions and constrained or extreme postures. Click here for details on Orlando Florida's Workers' Compensation Repetitive Trauma
Florida's Workers' Comp Sprains
A sprain can result from a fall, a sudden twist, or a blow to the body that forces a joint out of its normal position. This results in an over stretch or tear of the ligament supporting that joint. Typically, sprains occur when people fall and land on an outstretched arm, land on the side of their foot, or twist a knee with the foot planted firmly on the ground. Click here for details on Orlando Florida's Workers' Compensation Sprains