Wayne Haig, Attorney
If you have been injured on the job, call us as soon as possible after your injury. Obtaining intelligent, experienced legal counsel early in the workers’ compensation process can help ensure that your claim is handled properly. Beware. The workers’ compensation laws in Virginia are complex. A simple mistake, an impulsive decision or a false assumption can have devastating legal and economic consequences. Protecting your financial security is our top priority. Our goal is to ensure that you receive timely workers’ compensation benefits and maximize the settlement value of your case. Call us for a free consultation to learn more about Virginia’s workers’ compensation laws, common pitfalls to avoid and how we can help you.
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Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
Workers’ Compensation Section of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
811 Thirteenth Street Sw
Roanoke, VA, 24016
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