WA Workers' Compensation

Every case is unique, but some of the more common issues that arise in workers' compensation claims include problems with:

  • Claim allowance
  • Wage and compensation rate-setting
  • Payment of time loss compensation
  • Authorization for medical procedures or allowance of medical conditions
  • Return-to-work and vocational disputes
  • Permanent impairment rating discrepancies
  • Total disability pension
  • Structured settlements
  • Appeals to the Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals or higher courts on these or other issues

Fees are generally based on a percentage of benefits obtained under the claim. In certain cases where representation is needed but no monetary benefits are at issue, other special fee arrangements can be made, on a case-by-case basis.

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