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Work-Related Injury Conditions for First Responders

Do you have questions about work-related injury conditions for first responders in Florida? Check out this video and call our Florida Workers’ Comp Lawyers.

Question:

What conditions are presumed to be work-related for first responders in Florida?

Answer:

Work-Related Injury Conditions for First Responders We are often asked, with regard to fault in workers’ comp, whether you can still make a claim. The fault in workers’ comp should not matter. There are extenuating circumstances, but most of the time fault is not taken into account and workers’ compensation benefits are available regardless of whether you may be at fault or not, that includes, in a car accident for example, where you can be found at-fault for the car accident but still be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits.

We often have multiple party types of accidents as well, where there could be a slip and fall, or a trip, or, again, like a motor vehicle accident, so whether you caused the accident, were a victim, or no one was at fault, you may be eligible for workers’ comp benefits. Please contact us at Oliver and Fox. We’d be very happy to discuss this with you.


Have you or a loved one been injured at work as a first responder and have questions about work-related injury conditions for first responders? Contact experienced Florida Workers Compensation Attorneys at Oliver & Fox today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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