Workers Compensation Leads – Grow Your Practice
A powerful campaign of high quality Workers Compensation leads ensures that your law firm will have a steady stream of potential new cases and increased revenue.
Approximately 3 million work-related accidents and fatalities are reported every year in the United States. State laws provide for important benefits to injured employees or their dependents if they are killed because of work-related accidents or illnesses.
Injured employees who have been denied a workers’ comp claim stemming from construction injuries, slip and fall, repetitive stress, motor vehicle accidents or psychological trauma can get the help they need through our network of websites and targeted online advertising.
Workers Compensation Lead Criteria
- All workers comp leads are exclusive to your law firm–not split or sent to any other attorneys
- We guarantee a working phone number (we will credit for wrong or disconnected numbers)
- The workplace accident happened within the statute of limitations for workers compensation cases in your state
- Leads are delivered in “real-time”, as they are generated, directly to your email inbox or via text message
- Compensation marketing efforts provide consistent new case opportunities for our law firm clients
When employers or their insurer have failed to address the severity of a serious work-related accident or injury, employees often need the help of an experienced attorney who will ensure that they will receive the maximum settlement allowable by law.
Common Workplace Injuries
Middle-aged Americans are the most likely to get injured on the job (Bureau of Labor Statistics). This is primarily because older adults are typically still working but not yet retired and may not be as fit as they once were. Employees past middle age may also have more difficulty getting retrained for a new job and potentially be entitled to a higher workers compensation claim settlement.
Of activities that caused fatal labor injuries, automobile accidents were more than twice as common as any other job task, including operating heavy machinery or working on a construction site.
Service industry workers have significantly more non-fatal injuries per year than office jobs, computer programming or management. The most common workers compensation injuries are slip and fall or overexertion, flame and chemical burns.
While elbow, knee and back injuries are most common, head injuries can be much more serious. Head injuries are the most common type of fatal workers compensation claims. A traumatic brain injury usually means your claimant will have high hospital bills and require a long time to recover before returning to work, if he or she recovers fully at all.
Get Started Today
JurisLead uses a variety of sophisticated methods to capture workers compensation leads including, paid search, affiliate marketing, search engine optimization, TV and radio. We employ strict guidelines to ensure that the inquiries your firm receives have the potential to turn into profitable cases. Let us show you how to get started today!