Las Vegas Workplace Accident Lawyer

Helping Injured Employees throughout Nevada Obtain Workers’ Compensation Benefits and Other Compensation

Many accidents and injuries are sustained while a person is on the job. While some jobs – like construction and factory jobs – are inherently more dangerous than other jobs, workplace accidents and injuries occur in any occupation and industry.

At Robert M. Apple & Associates, our Las Vegas workplace accident lawyer focuses on helping accident and injury victims, including injured workers, obtain full and fair recovery. Because we focus on accident and injury law, we are well-versed in the various legal issues that arise following a workplace accident – from the workers’ compensation claim to any applicable third-party causes of action.

If you have suffered a work-related injury, contact Robert M. Apple & Associates at (702) 646-0085 today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation to learn more about workers’ compensation benefits and a possible third-party personal injury claim.

Helping You Obtain Full and Fair Compensation

From your very first meeting, you will notice our commitment to client service and satisfaction. You will meet personally with Las Vegas workplace accident lawyer Robert M. Apple, rather than a legal assistant, and he will carefully listen to the circumstances of your workplace accident or injury.

By retaining Robert M. Apple following your workplace accident, you will obtain the following legal services:

  • Assistance obtaining the appropriate and approved medical treatment.
  • Guidance through the workers’ compensation claim process.
  • Representation in connection with any third-party claims.

Contact Robert M. Apple & Associates at (702) 646-0085 today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with our skilled and approachable Las Vegas workplace accident lawyer.

Nevada Workers’ Compensation Claims

Injured workers are generally entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. In order to begin the workers’ compensation claim process, an injured worker must complete Form C-4, which is supplied by the treating physician at the time of initial medical treatment. A workers’ compensation claim must be filed with 90 days of the date of injury or knowledge of the work-related disease.

Nevada law places a number of requirements on injured employees regarding medical treatment and supporting information that must be provided in order to obtain workers’ compensation benefits. Accordingly, it is highly recommended that you seek the assistance of a knowledgeable Nevada workers’ compensation attorney. The Las Vegas workplace accident law firm of Robert M. Apple & Associates focuses on helping injured workers obtain full and fair recovery following a workplace accident, including complete and prompt payment of workers’ compensation benefits.

Third-Party Claims for Workplace Injuries

Depending on the circumstances of your workplace accident, you may also have a third-party claim in addition to your workers’ compensation claim. Workers’ compensation laws prohibit employees from suing his or her employer following a workplace accident, but they do not preclude an injured worker from bringing a personal injury lawsuit against a responsible third-party.

Third-party actions often arise in the following work-related accidents:

If you have suffered a work-related injury, contact Robert M. Apple & Associates at (702) 646-0085 today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation to learn more about workers’ compensation benefits and a possible third-party personal injury claim.