Orlando Workers’ Compensation Attorneys
In the mid 1980s, the firm focused primarily on Orlando workers’ compensation lawsuits, but shortly expanded to cover other areas of personal injury practice. The Vaughan Law Group now handles a wide variety of personal injury claims including wrongful death, motor vehicle accidents, mass tort and product liability cases, bad faith insurance claims, and certain consumer fraud and class action cases.
The Orlando workers’ compensation attorneys at The Vaughan Law Group have successfully litigated many claims against multi-million dollar corporations such as Disney, Universal Studios, Florida Hospital, Orlando Regional Medical Center, and more. The Vaughan Law Group is networked in with a group of skilled law firms nationwide to collectively battle large companies without being financially intimidated.
Awarded to a select few injured workers’ attorneys across the nation, this prestigious award is presented to those who’ve exhibited exceptional representation in the workers’ injury field.
The Workers’ Injury Law & Advocacy Group (WILG) is a network of like-minded advocates for workers’ right, sharing information and knowledge; a sense of commitment and kinship; and networking to help one another and their clients.
“We’re extremely honored to be named a top attorney from the Advocacy Group,” Vaughan said. “We pride ourselves on working very hard for our clients.”
Orlando Workers Compensation Questions
- What injuries are covered by workers’ compensation?
- What benefits are awarded for workers’ compensation claims?
- Do I need an attorney to file a workers’ compensation claim in Florida?
- How does Vaughan Law Group charge fees for a workers comp claim?
- How long will my Orlando Workers Compensation case last?
- Do I have to go to trial for my Central Florida Workers Compensation Claim?
- What costs would Vaughan Law Group typically advance for a workers compensation claim?
2016 – After litigating the compensability of this injured worker’s case (fell off a roof and sustained a thoracic fracture) the Workers’ Comp insurance company paid for all past medical care and began paying disability benefits. Prior to this settlement…
2016 – Client is a 54 year old relatively illiterate worker. He sustained a low back injury and when released to go back to work with restrictions the Employer sent him to do volunteer work at a few local agencies. Eventually restrictions…
2016 – This Volusia County bus driver, with a significant pre-existing knee injury that had required major surgery, reinjured the same knee while entering her bus to begin her work day. Workers’ Compensation authorized medical treatment…