What’s involved in hiring a workers comp attorney?
Injured on the job? What do you do now?
You can hire an attorney to represent you in a workers compensation case, i.e. handle the case from start to finish. You hire an attorney by signing a retainer agreement. For clients that hire Rod Dunn, Mr. Dunn charges a fee only if he successfully recovers additional benefits the employer or insurance company has failed or refused to pay you by either winning or settling your case. If Mr. Dunn successfully recovers benefits for you, the fee you will be charged is usually set by the Workers Compensation Judge. Regardless of the amount the Judge awards Mr. Dunn in fees, Mr. Dunn’s retainer agreement provides that the maximum amount you will be personally responsible for is 33% of the benefits recovered. There’s no fee if Mr. Dunn does not recover additional benefits for you.