Birmingham Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

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According to Alabama state law, the workers' compensation system was designed to ease financial hardship and provide necessary medical care to individuals suffering from a work-related illness or injury. Unfortunately, this process is extremely complicated and frustrating for employees, leaving them overwhelmed and undercompensated.

Why Choose Our Workers’ Comp Attorney?

  • You don’t pay us unless we win
  • State-wide practice highly recommended by peers
  • Our lead attorney works directly on your case
  • Trial-tested advocacy, caring one-on-one service

At Stephen F. Thompson, Jr., Attorney at Law, our experienced Birmingham worker's compensation attorney seeks to ease your difficulties, not add to them. For nearly a decade, he has provided the sympathetic and strategic legal counsel necessary to help injured workers pursue compensation for work-related injuries. We are ready to fight for your right to financial recovery.

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Workplace Accident? Understand Your Legal Rights.

Our compassionate lead counsel, Stephen Thompson, is dedicated to providing the skilled and aggressive representation you deserve, no matter what type of workplace injury you may have suffered. He can zealously seek maximum compensation for numerous types of workers' compensation claims, including:

  • Neck and back injuries
  • Overexertion injuries
  • Repetitive motion injuries
  • Head and brain traumas
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Partial or complete disabilities

If you have been injured or disabled in a workplace accident, or are suffering an illness due to an unsafe work environment, you have a right to seek compensation. State law mandates that these benefits cover medical and rehabilitation costs associated with your injury, including the loss of income.

Fighting Uncooperative or Careless Employers

Employers are required by both state and federal laws to provide a safe work environment for their employees. Regrettably, some employers fail to maintain a nonhazardous work environment. This careless disregard for employee safety can result in needless accidents or injuries.

You can file a workers' comp claim if your employer's recklessness created these work conditions:

  • Perilous workplaces
  • Failure to warn of possible hazards
  • Lack of security
  • Improperly maintained equipment

When pursuing workers' compensation, some injured employees may have their access to sufficient medical treatment blocked or denied. Others may even face retribution from a dishonest employer. Our firm is devoted to providing the strong advocacy needed to fight the additional difficulties brought by uncooperative or negligent employers and their insurance companies.

Act Quickly to Get Personalized Representation

Workers' compensation claims need to be acted upon quickly to receive the maximum possible compensation. Our firm's founder is prepared to provide the swift and skilled representation needed for your workplace injury claim. Our skilled Birmingham workers' compensation lawyer can provide strategic legal counsel and aggressive advocacy throughout the state of Alabama.

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Stephen F. Thompson, Jr., Attorney at Law
Birmingham Attorney
Located at: 205 20th St. N.,
Suite 319,

Birmingham, AL 35203
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Phone: (205) 386-3356
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