Coronavirus COVID-19 Work Exposure:
If you have time off of work or need medical care because you believe you were exposed at work:
YOU MUST FILE an “Employee Report of Injury” (found here) within thirty days of having reason to believe you got it because of work!
If the employer or its insurer fail to pay your time loss and medical care within two weeks of your report or dispute or controvert any part of the claim, contact us by email or by phone at 907-279-9132. We are still hard at work for injured workers!
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Help With Workers’ Compensation In Anchorage And Statewide
Rehbock & Wilson offers the depth of our experience, our understanding of Alaska workers’ comp law and our insistence on always representing the “little guy” in our practice. Under the Alaska Workers’ Compensation Act, injured workers are entitled to compensation by their employer/carrier for medical costs and disability benefits, but sometimes they do not provide your statutory entitlement. If you have permanent limitations or loss of earning capacity, the law gives additional rights and benefits.
Workers’ comp is not a perfect system. It balances the needs of workers and employers, but only works when you are willing to fight for your rights. You need a law firm like Rehbock & Wilson willing to take up your cause. From our headquarters in Anchorage, we represent clients throughout the state, including in Fairbanks, Juneau and beyond.
We Are The Last Free Lunch
The best thing about having a law firm like Rehbock & Wilson represent you is that you never pay us a penny. When we obtain a positive result, we demand that the insurer or the employer pay our fees by board order in addition to, and not out of, your compensation and benefits. All that experience, and all that legal knowledge — at no risk to you!