The Maus Law Firm Helps You Understand Workers Comp Settlements A large portion of the clients that come to our office are having difficulty getting the benefits they deserve from the workers comp insurance company. The clients are looking for an aggressive South Florida worker’s compensation law firm to fight for them to help obtain […]Read More
One of the most common questions from clients is: I have been put at MMI – what does that mean and what do I do now? “MMI” is an abbreviation for “maximum medical improvement”. MMI is a term used in Florida workers compensation claims and commonly refers to an end point in an injured workers […]Read More
Understanding How Much You Can Receive from a Florida Worker’s Comp Claim Many Florida workers are frustrated to learn that there is no average settlement amount for a workers compensation claim in Florida. Workers Compensation claims are not like car accident claims, or slip and fall claims, where you can generally estimate a settlement amount […]Read More
Florida’s Workers’ Compensation system is designed to be self executing. That means that there is not much that an injured worker needs to do in order to receive the benefits that Workers’ Compensation is suppose to provide. However, there are a few steps that an injured worker should take to ensure that he or she […]Read More
Our Attorneys Break Down Florida’s Tricky Rule for Worker’s Compensation Like many other states, Florida makes a good faith effort to provide injured workers with all of the medical and financial benefits they are entitled to receive. However, the law can become rather complicated since some workers may already suffer from pre-existing illnesses and disabilities […]Read More
"Even when I was not able to get a physician to follow up with me for a broken bone following a car accident, the Maus firm, in particular Rocio, worked hard on my behalf and reached a good settlement for me. This was accomplished long distance, as the accident happened in Florida and I live in Indiana. They worked on my case for 3 years and did not give up."
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