Florida Attorneys Helps Uninsured Employers
Employment defense Attorney in Florida
The law requires that employers maintain workers' compensation insurance
to cover medical costs, wage loss and benefits for workers injured or
killed on the job. Allowing a workers' compensation policy to lapse
is risky for an employer especially if there is a job-related injury during
the uninsured period. An uninsured employer is open to lawsuits, penalties
and other consequences due to a lack of coverage.
Employers without workers' compensation coverage and in need of legal
advice should contact a
Florida employment defense attorney who is knowledgeable in all areas of workers' compensation laws and
procedures. Cristal | Hanenian, Attorneys at Law provides legal protection
to businesses, insurance companies and other types of employers threatened
by a lack of workers' compensation insurance. They pay personal attention
to all of their clients and always make themselves available to discuss
the status of a case or answer questions.
About Uninsured Employers
A situation with an uninsured employer and an injury or death on the job
can have serious consequences including:
- Large fines and penalties
- Exposure to civil suits
- Criminal conviction
- Workers' compensation surcharge
- Possible business closure
The attorneys at Cristal | Hanenian, Attorneys at Law understand the effects
of a long and expensive lawsuit to any business no matter how large or
small. Civil actions and penalties from the government can drain a business
financially and distract key personnel from their important jobs. The
defense attorneys know the workers' compensation system. They represent
insurance companies, corporations, municipalities and businesses faced
with the threats resulting from uninsured accidents.
It is important to have legal representation during all phases of an uninsured
accident investigation and hearings with the workers' compensation
board. Their firm offers a strong and effective legal defense during civil
lawsuits and always fights for the constitutional rights of employers
while representing their best interests. Make an appointment today for
a consultation with a qualified uninsured employer attorney.
Contact a Florida uninsured employers lawyer
for legal help with an uninsured employer matter.