Work Injuries

After you suffer a personal injury on the job, timing is often crucial when you try to assert your rights to workers' compensation benefits. The medical evaluation and care that you receive also makes a difference.

To ensure that you receive that maximum financial relief that you are entitled to after a workplace accidental injury, you are strongly encouraged to discuss your case with an experienced workers' compensation attorney. With the advice, guidance and representation of a lawyer who has successfully handled many similar workplace injury claims, your own chances of success are most likely much greater.

Honolulu Work Injury Lawyer

Charles H. Brower and Associates, ALC, in Honolulu, Hawaii, welcomes the opportunity to evaluate your workplace injury claim. Whether you fell, were struck by a motor vehicle, develop carpal tunnel syndrome through repetitive stress or were a victim of an act of violence at your job, contact the law firm to schedule a consultation. Call us. We Care.

Work injury claim clients of Charles H. Brower and Associates, ALC., have included all types employees such as the following:

Nurses - Hotel workers - Flight attendants - Airline business people - Construction accidents - Office workers

We handle straightforward work-related personal injury cases as well as more challenging ones involving psychological trauma or repetitive stress injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome that have developed over time.

Is There A Third-Party Liability Claim In Your Workplace Injury Case?

Attorney Charles Brower evaluates every work injury case with the possibility in mind that a third-party liability claim may exist in addition to a workers' compensation claim. Third- party liability may apply when a personal injury on the job was caused by a dangerous or defective product or a motor vehicle accident involving a subcontractor, for example. In such cases, the equipment manufacturer or the driver of the forklift or delivery truck may be legally responsible.

If there is a third-party liability claim, you may be entitled to receive compensation for pain and suffering – going beyond the medical expenses and prorated lost wage compensation that workers' compensation insurance may cover.