We Can Help When You Are Unable to Return to Work
Simply put, some work-related injuries prevent our clients from ever working again. Repetitive injuries or a catastrophic event can leave some people permanently disabled and unable to perform the functions of any job.
At The Walthew Law Firm, we understand the complex issue of a total disability pension, the maximum benefit allowed by Washington state law. The attorneys at The Walthew Law Firm have extensive experience in obtaining pensions for our totally disabled clients.
Either through negotiation or litigation, we build a strong pension claim based on facts. For help in this complex aspect of workers’ compensation law, contact our Seattle pensions attorneys at 206-623-5311 or toll free at 888-534-5255.
Bellevue Work Injury Attorneys at Your Side Throughout a Complex Pension Claims Process
Total disability pension involves more than the medical and vocational issues surrounding the injured worker’s claim. A pension adjudicator at the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries determines if you are eligible for lifetime benefits after suffering a career-ending injury or development of an occupational disease. Your claim for pension will be based on the effects of your injury or occupational disease, your age, education level, work history and medical conditions that existed prior to the accident. All information is reviewed before a decision is made.
Focused on the Best Outcome of Your Claim
Our experienced attorneys understand the complexity of pension claims and bring a wealth of knowledge combined with decades of experience. We also know that a negative ruling by a pension adjudicator is not a final verdict. We have found through years of experience that the best resolution sometimes comes through litigating issues surrounding a pension. We will not shy away from a courtroom, especially if it provides the best outcome for you.
For more detailed information about L & I pensions, click here to go to our Frequently Asked Questions section.