If You Were Injured At Work, You Have Rights
Workers’ compensation insurance is something that your employer pays for. It is intended to cover the cost of your medical expenses and lost wages, should you be injured on the job or suffer from an occupational disease. You never have to feel guilty about requesting the workers’ compensation benefits you deserve.
If you do run into problems obtaining the money and medical care you need, turn to Kalamarides & Lambert. From our headquarters in Anchorage, we handle work injury cases across all of Alaska. We are deeply familiar with issues such as:
- Temporary total disability (TTD)
- Temporary partial disability (TPD)
- Permanent partial impairment (PPI)
- Permanent total disability (PTD)
- Death benefits
- Unemployment and re-employment benefits
- Finding a licensed treating physician
- Hearings and appeals
- Time limits/statute of limitations
Is the insurance company refusing to admit that your condition is work-related? Has your claim been disputed? You don’t have to give up. Learn more about fighting denied or controverted claims.
Our Lawyers Are Well-Equipped To Represent You
Attorney Joseph Kalamarides has 40 years of experience in workers’ compensation law. He is an author and speaker who has conducted presentations for the Lorman Institute, the National Business Institute and other organizations. Mr. Kalamarides has also served as a member of the Governor’s Task Force on Workers’ Compensation and was selected for inclusion in the Super Lawyers list in 2013.
Attorneys Andrew Lambert and Randall Cavanaugh also have significant experience in workers’ compensation matters across Alaska. In addition, our firm handles certain related issues, such as personal injury claims against third parties and Social Security Disability benefits for injured employees.
Important Forms And Resources
Here are links to the forms we will ask you to complete:
- Intake Letter — English
- Intake Letter — Spanish
- WC Questionnaire — English
- WC Questionnaire — Spanish
If your claim has not been disputed, but you have questions regarding procedure, you should address those questions to the Alaska Workers’ Compensation Board. For more information about workers’ compensation law in Alaska, click the following links:
- Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development
- Workers’ Compensation And You: Information For Injured Workers
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