Daniel M. Davis Law
Being unable to work and support your family can pose grave difficulty on those you love. When you call the Dan Davis Law Firm at (405) 235-4000, you will speak with legal professionals who understand what you’re going through and know how to get you the benefits you deserve.
When a workplace injury requires surgery, the injured worker faces a number of challenges that can affect his or her well-being. In addition to the injury itself, which may be necessary because of burns, fractures and broken bones, or severed ligaments, the surgical process may pose problems such as:
At the Dan Davis Law Firm, we help clients identify all sources of compensation or benefits to which they may be entitled. In addition to helping clients pursue workers’ compensation or Social Security Disability benefits, our experienced legal professionals can determine if a third-party claim may be appropriate. This may be the case in circumstances when a party other than the victim’s employer had responsibility for the injury.
No two cases are the same. Contact the Dan Davis Law Firm right away at (405) 235-4000. We always take the time to hear your side of the story so that we can offer you our best guidance on how to respond the events. There is no obligation and no fee for the initial consultation. It’s important to act before too much time passes. A delay may affect your rights to pursue compensation.
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