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What is my Rhode Island Workers' Compensation Case worth?

Jude Kerrison

If you are looking to settle your worker's compensation case and you want to receive the most that you can, it is crucial that you know what your case is worth. Each case is different and should be evaluated based on a number of factors, including: the extent of your injuries, the extent of your disability, whether your disability is permanent, the length of time you have been out of work, the length of time you are expected to be out of work in the future, the likelihood of your return to your regular occupation and whether you will need some training to switch careers, the medical treatment you have received, the medical treatment you will need in the future, and the amount of your weekly workers' compensation check.

Prior to settling your case, you also have to make sure that you have received all of the benefits that you are entitled to because once you settle your Rhode Island worker's compensation claim, it is closed forever.

If you would like to know what your Rhode Island workers' compensation case is worth, or if you would like to know whether you have received all the benefits that you are entitled to, call the workers' compensation lawyers at Karns & Kerrison today for a free consultation.


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