Contact Robert Mudd by phone - 251-432-6124
Robert H. Mudd, Jr.
AGGRESSIVELY FIGHTING FOR YOUR RIGHTS
Worker's Compensation Know and Exercise Your Worker's Comp Rights in Alabama It is natural to think that your employer will be on your side if you are injured at work. Unfortunately, for many injured employees in Alabama, most companies and their worker's compensation insurance providers will do everything they can to protect their own bottom line and avoid paying fair compensation. As a trial attorney, I have handled 80 jury trials throughout my many years of practice and will fight for you to recover your worker's compensation payments. Whether you are a longshoreman or harbor worker, state employee or work in another industry, you have rights. When you suffer a workplace injury in Mobile County, Baldwin County or other locations in Alabama, I — Robert H. Mudd, Jr. Attorney at Law — will explain your rights and help you get the compensation you are entitled to. Call 251-432-6124 or contact me online to schedule a free initial consultation. Fighting for Injured Employees When you are hurt at work, the costs can add up quickly. Not only will you need to take time away from your job, you could be stuck with high medical bills. Without the paycheck you normally collect, your typical bills and paying for necessities can become a struggle. Worker's compensation laws are designed to protect you. Your medical bills, transportation costs related to your injury and lost wages should be covered. All worker's compensation settlement must be approved by a judge or a worker's compensation ombudsman before any funds are paid. Over the past two decades, I have gained valuable experience negotiating with insurance companies and representing my clients dealing with worker's compensation matters. As your lawyer, I will aggressively protect your rights. Worker's Compensation for State Employees If you are employed by the State of Alabama, you may not know that the State Employee Injury Trust Fund (SEITCF) provides payments for damages associated with injuries suffered at work. I will help you complete all of the paperwork and fight for the compensation you deserve. After Your Worker's Compensation Claim is Settled Your employer cannot legally punish you for filing a worker's compensation claim. However, many employers illegally retaliate or wrongfully discharge employees after worker's compensation lawsuits. I will zealously protect your rights in any employment lawsuit that arises after your worker's compensation claim. Begin Pursuing the Compensation You Deserve Call 251-432-6124 or contact me online to schedule a free consultation at my Mobile office. I will give you an honest assessment of your case and explain how I can protect your rights and fight for the payment you are entitled to under the law. Let me take care of the legal struggle on your behalf so that you can concentrate on healing. Call 251-432-6124 or contact me online to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case. My office hours are 8-5, Monday through Friday, and I offer weekend and evening meetings by appointment only. My office is by the downtown Mobile post office.
Contact Robert Mudd by phone - 251-432-6124
Robert H. Mudd, Jr.
AGGRESSIVELY FIGHTING FOR YOUR RIGHTS
Worker's Compensation Know and Exercise Your Worker's Comp Rights in Alabama It is natural to think that your employer will be on your side if you are injured at work. Unfortunately, for many injured employees in Alabama, most companies and their worker's compensation insurance providers will do everything they can to protect their own bottom line and avoid paying fair compensation. As a trial attorney, I have handled 80 jury trials throughout my many years of practice and will fight for you to recover your worker's compensation payments. Whether you are a longshoreman or harbor worker, state employee or work in another industry, you have rights. When you suffer a workplace injury in Mobile County, Baldwin County or other locations in Alabama, I — Robert H. Mudd, Jr. Attorney at Law — will explain your rights and help you get the compensation you are entitled to. Call 251-432-6124 or contact me online to schedule a free initial consultation. Fighting for Injured Employees When you are hurt at work, the costs can add up quickly. Not only will you need to take time away from your job, you could be stuck with high medical bills. Without the paycheck you normally collect, your typical bills and paying for necessities can become a struggle. Worker's compensation laws are designed to protect you. Your medical bills, transportation costs related to your injury and lost wages should be covered. All worker's compensation settlement must be approved by a judge or a worker's compensation ombudsman before any funds are paid. Over the past two decades, I have gained valuable experience negotiating with insurance companies and representing my clients dealing with worker's compensation matters. As your lawyer, I will aggressively protect your rights. Worker's Compensation for State Employees If you are employed by the State of Alabama, you may not know that the State Employee Injury Trust Fund (SEITCF) provides payments for damages associated with injuries suffered at work. I will help you complete all of the paperwork and fight for the compensation you deserve. After Your Worker's Compensation Claim is Settled Your employer cannot legally punish you for filing a worker's compensation claim. However, many employers illegally retaliate or wrongfully discharge employees after worker's compensation lawsuits. I will zealously protect your rights in any employment lawsuit that arises after your worker's compensation claim. Begin Pursuing the Compensation You Deserve Call 251-432-6124 or contact me online to schedule a free consultation at my Mobile office. I will give you an honest assessment of your case and explain how I can protect your rights and fight for the payment you are entitled to under the law. Let me take care of the legal struggle on your behalf so that you can concentrate on healing. Call 251-432-6124 or contact me online to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case. My office hours are 8-5, Monday through Friday, and I offer weekend and evening meetings by appointment only. My office is by the downtown Mobile post office.