Lakeland Workers’ Compensation, Accident & SSDI Attorneys
At DDB Law, every attorney has more than 20 years experience in their respective areas of practice. Our main focus is on workers’ compensation cases, but we also cover personal injury or wrongful death and Social Security Disability cases.
Our practice areas include:
Workers’ Compensation Attorneys
Because of the many injuries that qualify employees to receive compensation, workers’ compensation cases can take many forms. If you’ve been injured at your workplace, start by reading our list of common workers’ compensation injuries to see if you may be covered.
Common types of workers compensation injuries:
- Neck injuries
- Back injuries
- Knee injuries
- Broken bones
- Slip and fall
- Sprains and tears
- Many more
Insurance companies use experienced professionals to handle Workers’ Compensation cases, and they have many methods of minimizing or dismissing your claim.
That’s why hiring a workers’ compensation attorney is important. We have the experience to level the playing field and make sure your claim is taken seriously by your insurance company and your employer.
DDB Law is proud to have two board-certified workers compensation attorneys on staff. At DDB Law, there’s no bait and switch—the lawyers you see in ads are the ones who handle your cases. You get top-level, board certified attorneys dedicated to fighting for your rights.
Motor Vehicle Accidents
We cover any type of motor vehicle accident, ranging from car accidents to motorcycle or truck accidents. Our goal is to make sure that our clients receive the compensation that they deserve for any injuries or damage to their car.
If you’ve been in a car accident, you may want to begin by reading our list of insurance do’s and don’ts for car accident victims. Also, please contact us for a free evaluation of your case. Car accidents are very time-sensitive. It is important to act quickly to ensure that you get adequate compensation.
Social Security Disability
Social Security Disability benefits are designed to provide financial support for those who have an illness or injury (work-related or otherwise), that prevents them from earning an income.
Taking advantage of these benefits can be a complicated matter, with many rules and forms to navigate. An experienced SSDI attorney can help you make sense of this complex process.
If you have questions about your SSDI case, we’re glad to help.