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When should I retain a workers’ compensation attorney?

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But normally, the sooner you retain a worker’s compensation attorney, the better. The attorney is able to garnish the evidence, is able to round up all the medical treatment and all the medical documents that are necessary, and an attorney can come in and begin to litigate your case to make sure that your rights are being protected.

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