Standing Up For Workers Across Mississippi

The workers' compensation system is designed to pay workers for any injuries or disabilities caused by their employment. It's a form of insurance that employers take so they can avoid personal injury lawsuits from their employees. However, if you have suffered an injury at work, the workers' compensation process may be complicated and overwhelming to go through alone — and any offers from your employer or their insurance company may not be in your favor.

Attorney John Stevens is dedicated to ensuring you receive the full benefits you are entitled to quickly and efficiently. With decades of workers' compensation experience, we can help you navigate the legal process, meet any legal deadlines, work through any confusing paperwork and gather all the receipts and documentation you need to secure benefits.

You Are Almost Always Entitled To Benefits

If you suffer from a work injury and have been unable to work for more than five days, you are legally entitled to compensation for your medical treatment and lost wages — no matter the extent of your injuries or who is at fault. With an experienced lawyer to assist you, you can ensure you receive all the benefits you are eligible to receive, so you can focus on your health and recovery. For nearly 30 years, we have stood alongside Mississippi workers to protect their interests when filing workers' compensation claims, and we continue to work hard to ensure you and your family can get back on your feet.

There's No Risk — You Only Pay If We Win

Located in Jackson, we always offer free consultations to injured workers looking to file a workers' compensation claim. If you choose to continue with us, you only pay attorneys fees if we secure you benefits — and even then, you only pay a percentage of what we win for you. That way, you know we are fighting for the maximum relief you deserve, leaving no stone unturned in your case.

Have questions? Read our FAQs, and call 601-366-1900 today to schedule your free initial consultation with John Stevens, or reach out online to get started.