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Experienced Lakeland Workers’ Compensation Lawyers

Helping Those Injured in The Workplace

If you’ve been hurt at work, the law requires your employer to have Workers’ Compensation to cover medical costs and provide financial support.

These injuries can range from sprained and broken limbs all the way up to catastrophic and disabling injuries — and many more in between.

DDB Law is dedicated to making sure your claim is taken seriously by your insurance and employer.

Our Lakeland office has two of the only board-certified Workers’ Compensation attorneys in the state.

DDB Law never asks for money up front in Workers’ Comp cases and only gets paid if you win.

Polk County Social Security Disability Cases

Disability Representation at All Stages

We help Sunshine State residents determine eligibility for Social Security disability benefits and assist in the application process.

Our law firm also handles denied SSDI claims, helping you navigate the reconsideration and appeals process.

Latest Blog Posts

Top 6 Reasons Workers’ Compensation is Denied

Posted on Sunday, July 22, 2018
Workers' Compensation

The workers’ compensation system is complicated, and although most claims go relatively smoothly, some valid claims get denied, for any number of reasons. Here are 6 explanations of why your workers’ compensation claim was denied: 1 - You Were Denied Workers'…

Top 5 Reasons to Hire an Accident Attorney

Posted on Friday, June 22, 2018
Auto Accident Injuries

You’ve just been injured in a car accident, and the insurance company has made an offer to settle your claim. You are tempted to do just that, but you’re wondering if the amount they’re offering is really going to be…

How Much Does a Workers’ Compensation Attorney Charge?

Posted on Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Workers' Compensation

Attorneys for a 42-year-old Connecticut man recently made the case for legal representation in a workers’ compensation matter when they obtained a $105,000 settlement for the food delivery employee, after an initial demand of $177,500 and a settlement offer of…

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