Charles: So I got hurt at work. I was sitting in a chair and some kids were acting up, and I flipped up out of a chair when I got up and fell on both of my knees, which injured my knees. I fell on a cement floor. So I felt the pain. I couldn't walk. They refusing me service for 30 days, I knew something wasn't right.
So I seek consulting and finding an attorney. I found Mr. Fisher, looked at some of his reviews, and found out that he was a good attorney. Came here and consulted with him, and once he took on my case, I was informed of the rights that I have to be seen by a doctor within 30 days. I was informed about all the rights that I had about getting the right medical attention in my case, and it kind of eased some of the pain of stuff I wasn't aware of if I didn't have an attorney.
From my understanding, in workers' comp cases, people look to be rich. You're not going to be rich, but you want to get taken care of the best way to get your health and feel like you're being compensated for what happened to you and your family loss, because a lot of things happen in cases and workers' comp, and you lose wages, and things can happen where your life change dramatically for your family, but at the end of my case, I think it was worth it. He stretched it out and got the best that I can get in my case, I think.
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