Social Security Disability
Slip and Fall Injuries
Federal Employee's Compensation Act (FECA)
If you have suffered a work injury, contracted an occupational disease, or experienced the death of a family member as a result of an accident, you have many decisions to make. The laws administered by and governing the Florida Bureau of Workers' Compensation ("BWC") Industrial Commission of Florida ("IC") are very complicated. There are many pitfalls that may jeopardize your claim or benefits. Employers have lawyers to protect their own interests. Shouldn't you have a certified workers' compensation specialist to represent you?|
At Cappy Law Firm, we represent only injured workers and claimants. We can assist in obtaining your Florida workers comp benefits, such as temporary total disability ("TTD") compensation, permanent partial disability ("PPD") compensation, working and non-working wage loss ("WL") compensation, and permanent total disability ("PTD") compensation. We also have experience in helping clients obtain payment of doctors' bills, diagnostic tests, physical therapy, medications and surgery.
We represent injured workers and their dependents before the BWC and Industrial Commission throughout the State of Florida, including Hillsborough, Pinellas, Paso, Polk, Hernando, and Citrus County.
Tampa Workers Compensation, St. Petersburg Worker Compensation - Servicing the following counties: Hillsborough, Pinellas, Citrus, Polk, Paso, and Hernando Counties.
- Stress-related heart attack, myocardial infarction or coronary artery disease (particularly as experienced by police officers, corrections officers and other law enforcement officers);
- Repetitive motion injury (e.g. carpal tunnel syndrome, CTS, tendonitis, "tennis elbow," or strains and sprains);
- Psychological condition (e.g. major depression, depressive disorder, dysthymia or post traumatic stress disorder, PTSD);
- Occupational disease (e.g. asbestosis or cumulative trauma disorders);
- Injury (e.g. herniated disc, HNP, radiculopathy, disk bulge, disk protrusion, degenerative disc disease, DDD, fracture, amputation, ankylosis, rotator cuff tear, paralysis, anterior or medial cruciate ligament, ACL, MCL, spondylosis, spondylolisthesis, arthritis, chondromalacia, traumatic brain injury, TBI, concussion, coma, or loss or "loss of use"); and