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Termination For Fraud

Workers’ compensation insurance companies try to limit their liability as much as possible to keep a healthy bottom line. One way to do this is to accuse injured workers of fraud, thus denying or terminating a worker’s benefits.

Insurance fraud costs the insurance industry a lot of money. A simple Google search for the phrase “workers’ compensation fraud” yields several examples of people who tried to cheat the system. Unfortunately, many innocent individuals, people who truly deserve benefits, are wrongfully accused of insurance fraud each year.

Opelousas Termination For Workers’ Compensation Fraud Attorneys

At DeJean & Leger, LLC, our attorneys have more than 55 years of combined experience helping Louisiana residents secure the benefits they need. We realize how important replacing lost wages and covering medical expenses are for our clients and their families. Just because an insurance company accuses you of fraud does not mean you are guilty. You have a right to defend yourself and seek reinstatement of your benefits. As your attorneys, we will work diligently to see you receive the justice you deserve.

Please schedule an initial consultation today by contacting our injury lawyers online. You may also call our firm at 337-948-9066 to discuss your situation over the phone.

Criminal Implications Of Workers’ Compensation Fraud

Anyone being investigated or previously accused of workers’ compensation fraud could face serious penalties. It is important to have an experienced attorney on your side to combat these charges and to protect your rights throughout the process.

We have an in-depth understanding of workers’ compensation law in Louisiana and have helped many who found themselves in similar situations. Speak to us today if you were accused of:

  • Filing a claim for an injury you did not sustain at work
  • Claiming an injury is more serious than it truly is
  • Falsifying medical reports
  • Receiving payments after an injury has healed
  • Giving false information to doctors, your employer or the insurance company

Contact A St. Landry Parish Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

We look forward to meeting you so we can learn more about your situation. Please schedule your free initial consultation by contacting our law office online, or by calling 337-948-9066.

We will meet you at a convenient location if your injuries prevent you from traveling to our office.