At ReidGoodwin, we know that being injured on the job can be devastating not only for you but for your family and everyone who depends on you. The stress dealing with the uncertainly of being able to return to work at 100% capacity or at all, medical bills, doctors’ appointments and dealing with the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission can be overwhelming. We know that. That is why it is important to us at ReidGoodwin to help you receive the maximum amount of benefits that may be owed to you for your work related injury. These benefits include wage loss benefits, medical treatment, compensation for permanent impairment, transportation to medical appointments, mileage reimbursements, prescriptions costs, home modifications, ambulatory aids, braces and other prosthetic devices.
Our attorneys are experienced at handling a wide variety of workers’ comp claims in Virginia and have the necessary experience and knowledge to provide high-quality legal guidance when you need it most. Our attorneys are ranked among the top 100 workers’ compensation lawyers nationally by the Workers Injury Law & Advocacy Group (WILG) and lecture frequently around Virginia on the subject. They are prepared to protect your rights both inside and outside the courtroom.We’re here to help:
If you have been hurt on the job, it is not always easy to recover compensation for your injuries. The workers’ compensation claims process can be lengthy and complex. That is why it is critical to have an experienced attorney on your side who understands the workers’ compensation system in Virginia. Types of workers’ comp injures that we have handled are:
- Auto Accidents
- Farming Accidents
The attorneys at ReidGoodwin will clearly explain your rights and discuss your available options for maximizing your claim – and the first consultation is free. Please contact us today to discuss your workers’ compensation claim.
ReidGoodwin is located in the heart of Richmond, Virginia; we represent injured individuals in the City of Richmond and all across the State of Virginia on workers’ compensation claims including the cities and counties of Roanoke, Salem, Botetourt, Bedford, Franklin, Amherst, Nelson, Pittsylvania, Campbell, Appomattox, Buckingham, Halifax, Charlotte, Charlottesville, Prince Edward, Cumberland, Fluvanna, Goodland, Mecklenburg, Lunenburg, Nottoway, Amelia, Powhatan, Louisa, Hanover, Spotsylvania, Fredericksburg, Caroline, Essex, King and Queen, King William, New Kent, Charles City, Henrico, Chesterfield, Dinwiddie, Brunswick, Sussex, Surry and Prince George.