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Were You Hurt on the Job? Call a Boise Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

A fall from a ladder.

A burn caused by faulty farm equipment.

An electrical accident caused by plugging in a defective cord.

A back injury caused by repetitive lifting.

Employees get hurt on the job in a variety of ways. Fortunately, the state provides a compensation scheme designed to provide these workers with much-needed money while the workers heal from their injuries.

Unfortunately, this system can be difficult to navigate. That’s why many injured workers need a lawyer’s help. Boise workers’ compensation attorney Alan L. Morton of Morton Law Offices, Chartered, helps injured employees with workers’ compensation claims. He works to get these employees the benefits they need and deserve.

Mr. Morton’s knowledge of workers’ compensation issues runs deep, and he doesn’t mind sharing this knowledge. You can learn more about Idaho’s workers’ compensation system by ordering a FREE copy of the handbook Mr. Morton wrote on the subject, Idaho’s Handbook on Workers’ Compensation.

What is workers’ compensation insurance?

Workers’ compensation insurance is a no-fault insurance scheme designed to provide wage loss and medical benefits to workers who suffered job-related injuries or diseases. Nearly every employee in Idaho is covered by workers’ compensation insurance.

An employee who suffers a compensable job-related injury or disease may be entitled to receive compensation for medical care, lost wages, or other related benefits or services, depending upon the injured worker’s specific situation.

What types of injuries are covered?

Workers’ compensation insurance is designed to cover most injuries that occur in the workplace. This includes workers who have “dangerous” jobs, such as high-rise window washers and construction crews, as well as other workers who simply get hurt while at work. For example, workers’ compensation benefits might be available to a warehouse worker who stumbles out of a golf cart or to a receptionist who suffers from carpal tunnel syndrome.

Common compensable injuries include:

  • Fall injuries
  • Back injuries caused by repetitive motion
  • Head injuries
  • Cuts
  • Burns and electrical injuries
  • Neck and back injuries
  • Respiratory injuries
  • Broken bones
  • Hearing loss

Alan L. Morton offers his clients compassion and well-executed services

Mr. Morton understands the unique challenges that a workplace injury places on the injured worker and the worker’s family, and he tries to alleviate the family’s fears and concerns. He works to establish a personal rapport with each client so that his clients feel comfortable both discussing matters in detail and contacting him with their questions. He keeps clients updated on their legal matters, and he offers honest, thoughtful opinions about each client’s claims. Clients know they can trust Mr. Morton.

Contact Boise, Idaho workers’ compensation attorney Alan L. Morton for help with your workers’ compensation claim

If you have have been injuried due to an industrial accident or the victim of an occupational disease, you deserve compensation so long as your claim is timel pursued.

If you would like to speak to an  experienced Idaho workers’ compensation attorney, contact Mr. Morton. Mr. Morton represents clients throughout Idaho with their workers’ compensation claims. Injured workers from the counties of Ada, Boise, Canyon, Elmore, Blaine, Twin Falls, Gem, Payette, Washington, Valley, and beyond can call on Mr. Morton for help. You may reach the firm by calling 208.344.5555 or toll free at  888.716.8021 or by filling out an online contact form at http://www.mortonlawyers.com/contact.cfm.  You may also wish to review our clients' testimonial page at http://www.mortonlawyers.com/testimonials.cfm. 
Our goal and objective is to provide all of our clients with outstanding service in pursuit of their claim for justice for the injuries and damages they have incurred arising from either an industrial accident or an occupational disease.