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Serving Injured Workers in Miami

In an Accident? Our Work Injury Lawyer Can Help You.

If you have been involved in a serious accident while performing work-related duties, we understand that you could be left reeling in the wake of such a serious life event. Accidents at work can be incredibly serious, no matter the industry or field. If you or someone you love has been involved in a workplace accident, or if you are seeking financial damages after being involved in a work-related accident, speak with our firm immediately. The injury attorney at Law Offices of Adam Baron, P.A. can help you through the legal process of filing for financial compensation. Call (954) 651-9770 today!

  • Founding Attorney Adam Baron, ESQ.

    Offering the Personalized Attention Every Client Deserves

    The damages and trauma an accident brings can be devastating. You deserve to have someone on your side who understands how frustrating and challenging this time can be, and knows how to help you get through it. Attorney Baron has represented the injured for over 25 years. He provides every client with compassionate and customized counsel, combined with the aggressive representation needed to obtain compensation and justice for clients.

    Adam Baron has lived in South Florida for most of his life. In 1990 he graduated from the University of Miami School of Law, and he has been tenaciously representing clients ever since. He's sensitive to the challenges his clients are facing, having advocated for injury victims his entire career. In fact, he has never worked for insurance companies or employers. Adam’s clients frequently praise him for his personable nature and relatability. For the entirety of a case, he maintains regular contact with his clients and lets them know exactly where things stand.

    Adam handles every aspect of a case from its inception. His primary goal is getting a fair deal for his clients and will take the case wherever it needs to go to achieve that result—even if it means going to trial. One of his focuses is workers’ compensation, and he has recovered at least $1.5 million for injured workers over the years.

  • Meet Attorney Jason Weisenberg, ESQ.

    Fighting to Protect the Rights & Interests of Injured Workers

    For over 10 years now, Jason Weisenberg has been a valuable associate of the Law Offices of Adam Baron, P.A. Since graduating from the University of Miami School of Law, he has protected the rights and well-being of injured employees, and helped hundreds of clients with workers’ compensation cases.

    Jason is very aggressive in pursuing clients’ claims. He works directly with the people who come to him for help and begins filing the proper paperwork immediately after taking the case. Jason keeps his clients in the loop through the entire process, creating a partnership between attorney and client that is hard to find these days.

Experience the Difference the Law Offices of Adam Baron Can Make

  • Every Client Receives Personalized Attention

  • We Work with People, Not Just Case Numbers

  • 25+ Years of Experience in Personal Injury Law

  • No Case Is Too Complex for Our Firm to Handle

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Frequently Asked Questions

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  • Questions

  • What things can financial compensation cover?

    Answer

    In a work injury claim, financial compensation can cover a number of things. Primarily, your financial recovery will include things like: time away from work, potential lost wages or earning capacity (due to loss in ability to perform work-related tasks), past and future medical bills, rehabilitation costs, emergency medical care (such as ambulance transportation), or other accident-related expenses (such as medication or needing a wheel chair).

  • Is there a time limit on filing a claim?

    Answer

    Yes. Depending on your State’s injury laws, there will be a time limit on filing a claim (also known as a statute of limitations) after a workplace injury has occurred. Each state recognizes its own statute of limitations and will typically range anywhere between 200 days to 2 years or more, depending on circumstances. Taking action immediately after your accident will be crucial to the success of your claim.

  • What should I do after an accident?

    Answer

    Immediately following a work-related incident, we highly suggest that you report the injury to your employer or to a similar entity (such as your Human Resources department). The validity of a work injury case could be contingent on whether you reported the work-related injury in a timely fashion. You may only have as little as 30 days to report the injury to your employer. Speak with us to help make sure all of your bases are covered.

  • Can I file a lawsuit over a workplace injury?

    Answer

    Workers’ compensation exists as a type of protection for both employers and employees. Generally speaking, a workers’ compensation claim can help protect employers from serious lawsuits brought by employees. A lawsuit can be brought over a workplace injury in cases involving third party negligence, such as a negligent equipment manufacturer or other events.

When Can I Sue Outside of Workers’ Compensation?

Although a workers’ compensation claim can cover things like temporary disability or time away from work, the reality is, the amount of compensation could actually fail to cover non-economic damages, such as pain and suffering. Depending on the nature of the case, there are certain times when an injured worker can file a lawsuit by way of a personal injury claim rather than through the workers’ compensation system.

  • Defective Product
  • Toxic Substances
  • 3rd Party Negligence
  • Employer Negligence
  • No Workers’ Comp Insurance Coverage
  • Other Qualifying Events

10 Most Common OSHA Standard Violations

  • Failure to Prevent or Reduce Falls
  • Failure to Classify Chemicals & Communicate Potential Hazards
  • Scaffolding Violations (Failure to Support Weight or Load)
  • Failure to Provide Protective Equipment (Respiratory Protection)
  • Lockout/Tagout Violations (Failure to Control Hazardous Energy)
  • Powered Industrial Truck Failure to Meet Design Requirements
  • Ladder and Stairway Violations
  • Failed Electrical Wiring, Wiring Methods, Components or Equipment
  • Failure to Meet Requirements for Machinery & Machine Guards
  • Electrical System Installation, Design & Use Violations

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