Your Workers’ Compensation Claim
If you have been injured at work, you probably have a lot of questions:
- Who will pay for my medical treatment?
- What if I don’t like (or trust) the insurance company’s doctors?
- Can I get income benefits while I’m off work?
- What is an impairment rating, and how do I make sure it’s fair?
- What other benefits can I get that no one has told me about?
Please check out our Frequently Asked Questions, too.
We Have the Answers
For over thirty years, Seiniger Law has represented claimants in all phases of a workers’ compensation claim. We understand how stressful a workplace injury can be, and we know how to help with your immediate concerns.
As a leading litigator in Idaho, Breck Seiniger has handled everything from moderate injuries to death in the workplace, and his appellate work has helped establish and define Idaho workers’ compensation law. Breck’s success in work comp has led to a reputation for compassion, professionalism, and delivering real results.
Help Starts the Moment You Call
When you speak to one of our attorneys, generally they explain what workers’ compensation benefits are available, and answer your questions about work comp in Idaho. If we take your case, we start at once to protect your right to wage-loss benefits, medical benefits, impairment benefits, and disability and retraining benefits. We help you navigate the complicated procedures for preserving those benefits. We will advise you regarding notice requirements and deadlines, and explain the terminology used by insurance adjusters and doctors. From years of experience, we know what to expect from the insurance company and how to keep them honest.
Because of Breck’s reputation as an aggressive trial lawyer, we are successful in settling approximately 95% of these cases, thus sparing you the added stress of having to go to a hearing before the Idaho Industrial Commission.
No Recovery, No Fee
For job injury cases, there is no fee for our services unless we recover money for you. Our fee is a percentage of the amount of damages we obtain for you (called a contingency fee).
Call Us Today with No Obligation
To find out more, contact us today at (208) 345-1000. Consultation is free for injury victims, and there is no pressure and no obligation. You will find that our trained staff provides individualized attention and the kind of conscientious, personable atmosphere that can only come from professionals who truly care about the people they are helping.
FREE LEGAL GUIDEBOOK
Check out our guidebook, What You Need to Know After a Workplace Injury. Seiniger Law is offering this concise, handy guide to Idaho’s workers at no charge. Click now to view or download the flagship guidebook in our Road to Results Series.