Goodlettsville Workers’ Compensation Attorneys

If you are injured on the job in Tennessee through no fault of your own, you can file a workers’ compensation claim to get money for your medical bills and lost wages. Almost all employers in Tennessee are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance, but some companies and their insurance providers are reluctant to pay these benefits, and your claim may be denied.

Don’t let your employer or their insurance company take away your rights. The Goodlettsville workers’ compensation attorneys at Ponce Law know how important these benefits are you to you and your family, and we’ll help you get what you deserve. Give us a call at (800) 363-9113 or fill out a free initial consultation form.

Eligible Employees

At Ponce Law, we know Tennessee employment and workers’ compensation laws. We can answer questions you may have about eligibility for receiving benefits, such as:

  • How do I know if my employer has workers’ compensation insurance?
    In Tennessee, employers with more than five full- or part-time employees are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance. Employers in the coal mining industry are required to carry coverage if they have one or more employees.
  • Can I receive benefits if I’m a subcontractor?
    As a subcontractor—or a trade professional who’s hired by a contracting company—you’re not covered under workers’ compensation insurance. To be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits, you must complete and notarize Form I-4 and submit it to the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development.

If you’re unsure about your eligibility to receive workers’ compensation—or if your employer says they don’t have workers’ compensation insurance—we want to help you. Our workers’ compensation attorneys can investigate to determine if your employer has insurance or is in violation of Tennessee law.

You Have Nothing to Lose

When you call Ponce Law to get help with your workers’ compensation claim, you don’t have to pay money up front. In fact, we don’t charge unless we get money for you—that’s our No Fee Guarantee®. Contact us today, and see how we can help.