Work-Place Accidents

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Work-Place Accidents 2017-03-07T19:04:52+00:00

Case Type: Work-Place Accidents

When your employer does not provide Workers Compensation Insurance, they are described as a “non-subscriber.”  Simply put, your employer has chosen to save money by not subscribing to the Texas Workers’ Compensation System by refusing to purchase workers’ compensation insurance coverage that would ordinarily cover the expense of your medical treatment and pay your lost wages.  If the employer refuses to pay your medical bills and your lost wages you should call Rick Molina, and The Molina Law Firm – A non-subscriber workers compensation law firm dedicated to help Injured workers get the help they deserve.

The fact is when you’re injured on the job, you want to know that your employer will compensate you for lost wages and medical payments. For this reason, contacting a non-subscriber workers’ compensation Houston lawyer is the best way to protect your legal rights The Molina Law Firm has sued dozens of non-subscriber employer’s for their negligence. Although Texas employers are not required by Texas law to purchase workers’ compensation insurance coverage for the employees, they are still responsible for paying your medical bills and lost wages due to a work-related accident.

Your money damages may include:

  • Lost wages
  • Medical expenses
  • Out-of-pocket expenses
  • Loss of employment benefits
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of earning capacity in the future
  • Disfigurement
  • Physical impairment

For those who have lost a loved one due to a workplace accident, The Molina Law Firm will pursue every potential responsible party to obtain a full measure of justice for the death of the loved one.

 Non-Subscriber Workers’ Compensation

If you or a loved one have been severely injured at work or your employer it is a non-subscriber, you owe it to yourself and your family to contact an experienced workers’ compensation non-subscriber attorney.  Call Rick Molina and The Molina Law Firm at (291) 922-4300 to discuss your case to schedule a free consultation today.

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