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Were You Hurt on the Job?

If you were injured during the normal course of your work, you are entitled to benefits from workers' compensation. Let Long & Long, Attorneys at Law fight for you.

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It’s terrifying to get injured on the job. You can’t work anymore, which means you’re not bringing in money to pay the medical bills to get well again. It seems like a never-ending cycle, especially when your workers’ comp claim is denied when you know you deserve benefits.

That’s where we come in. Our experienced Mobile, AL, workers’ comp lawyers can help you fight for the benefits to cover your medical bills and lost wages so you can get well again. The Long Brothers and our team treat every client like our own family. Give us a call today to receive your free case review and to get started.

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Getting help is fast and easy. Just give us a call or fill out our online form, you don’t even have to leave your house for your free case review.

You Deserve Your Benefits

Workers’ comp is no-fault coverage, and we will fight to help you get the benefits you deserve under the law.

Your Case Review Is Free

We work on contingency so you don’t pay us anything at all for your case review, and if we don’t get you the benefits to which you’re entitled, you don’t owe us anything.

We Know How Hard This Is

When you get hurt at work, workers’ comp is supposed to be there to protect you. When your benefits are denied and you’re facing mounting medical bills but can’t work to pay them, it’s a terrifying thing. All you really want is to get better again, but the insurance company is doubting you at every turn. You need benefits to make ends meet and to cover those bills and lost wages. You don’t understand why you were denied. You don’t know where to go for help, and you just want someone in your corner who understands and can help you fight back.

That’s why we’re here. Our Mobile, AL, workers’ comp lawyers at Long & Long, Attorneys at Law, have seen a lot of people just like you who are struggling to make ends meet and are stressed over where to turn. Let us take on the fight with the insurance company so you can focus on getting well again and getting back to work.

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Did You Get Injured on the Job?

If your workers’ compensation benefits were denied, our team at Long & Long, Attorneys at Law can fight for you.

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Do I Have a Case?

If you were hurt during the normal course of your work duties, you probably have a case to receive workers’ comp benefits. There are a few things we need to consider when we review your case.

We’ve seen just about every type of work injury imaginable. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Work-related illnesses
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome and other repeat-motion injuries
  • Soft tissue injuries
  • Back and neck injuries
  • Broken bones
  • Lost limbs
  • Traumatic brain injuries

Workers’ comp covers every type of accident as long as it happened during normal work duties. It could be the result of repetitive motion over time, exposure, or a singular accident. Here are some of the more common causes of accidents we see:

  • Slip and fall
  • Heavy equipment
  • Car accident
  • Chemical exposure
  • Overexertion
  • Repetitive motions
  • Object striking or falling
  • And other incidents

The statute of limitations determines whether you’re within the time limit to seek benefits. In Alabama, you must file your claim within two years of the injury or the last date of compensation payment. Meeting these deadlines can seem overwhelming, but don’t worry! The Long Brothers are here to guide you through the process.

Did You Get Seriously Hurt on the Job?

If you were injured while doing your normal job, the compassionate workers’ comp attorneys at Long & Long, Attorneys at Law will fight for your rights to benefits.

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What Are Workers’ Compensation Benefits?

Medical Benefits

You can get coverage for doctor’s visits, physical therapy, medical procedures, medication, and transportation to and from your appointments.

Disability Benefits

  • Temporary partial disability: Covers lost wages and training if your disability partially limits you from working and is expected to get better.
  • Temporary total disability: Covers lost wages if your disability fully limits you from working at all but is expected to get better.
  • Permanent partial disability: Covers lost wages and training if your disability is permanent but you can still do some sort of work.
  • Permanent total disability: Covers lost wages if your disability won’t get any better and you can’t work at all.

Death Benefits

If your loved one dies as the result of a work-related injury, death benefits for their dependents may cover the deceased’s medical expenses up to the time of death. These funds may also cover funeral expenses and a portion of the deceased person’s average weekly benefits to support the family.

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Were You Injured Doing Your Normal Work?

If you got hurt at work and are having a hard time getting benefits, we are ready to fight to get you the coverage you deserve under the law.

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How to File for Workers’ Comp in Alabama

As soon as you are hurt on the job, inform your supervisor or boss. There are deadlines that determine if you are eligible for benefits, so it is best to play it safe and report right away.

See a doctor on the list of approved providers your employer gives you. You can also see your personal doctor afterward, but the approved doctor will determine how your injuries will be valued in your claim.

Your employer will file the claim with the state. You should get verification and a decision within a couple of weeks.

You should contact a Mobile, AL, workers’ comp lawyer right away. Our case reviews are free, whether you were just injured, are waiting on approval, or have already received a denial.

How Can a Lawyer Help?

A workers’ comp attorney can be your best ally and the solution to navigating the legal system after a claim denial. Our attorneys can explain what benefits you are entitled to receive and help build the right case and evidence needed to give you the strongest case for your fair compensation.

Our team is known for caring for every client like family. The Long Brothers know how to gather evidence and build a case to challenge your claim denials to fight for the benefits you deserve.

Did You Get Injured at Work?

If you got hurt at work, workers’ compensation is a no-fault system that’s supposed to cover your injury. When it fails you, Long & Long, Attorneys at Law will treat you like family and help you fight for benefits.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Legally, you are not required to have a workers’ comp attorney. However, you might be surprised by how many claims are denied by overzealous insurers trying to stop fraud. If this happens to you, you need an attorney like one of our Mobile, AL, workers’ comp lawyers to help you fight the denial and get the benefits you deserve.

You won’t have to pay any fees out of pocket for your workers’ comp attorney. Your case review is completely free and has no obligation. We can even review your case from the comfort of your living room! Then, when you choose to work with us, you won’t owe a dime unless you get your benefits. There’s nothing to lose and benefits to gain by giving us a call and getting your free case review today.

At first, yes, you have to see a doctor on the list provided by your boss’s insurance company. You can, however, switch to your regular doctor later for treatment. Your workers’ comp attorney can also provide good options for specialists and second opinions if you need them.

There are many reasons why claims are denied in Alabama. The insurance company may feel that your injury doesn’t limit your work, or they might think you’re not as injured as you claim. Tragically, it’s surprising how often legitimate claims are denied. But, your lawyer can help you make an appeal and give you another chance at getting benefits.

If your claim was denied, it’s not the end of the road. Your lawyer can help you take the right steps to challenge the denial, which can include filing a civil lawsuit in the Alabama District Courts. This process can be complex and may take a while. You will need to be patient, but if your claim is finally accepted, you can be eligible for benefits backdated to the injury date.


Workers’ comp is different from other injury cases. It’s a “no-fault insurance.” That means that you’re covered regardless of who caused the accident, so long as you were within your normal duties. If, on the other hand, something happened due to someone else’s gross negligence and you got seriously injured, you may be able to file a personal injury claim against them. This can result in a higher settlement, but it’s very rare that this happens. If you think this may apply, ask your attorney for more information.

Generally, no, you can’t sue your boss if you got hurt at work. When you accept a job that is covered by workers’ comp, you forgo your right to sue for damages. There are exceptions to every rule, but these are extremely rare and unlikely. Your Mobile, AL, workers’ comp lawyer will be sure to let you know if you qualify as an exception.


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