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With over 65 years of combined practice, we're dedicated to making sure that you are able to get exactly what you need and deserve. 

Is COVID-19 a Workers' Compensation Claim?

Working From Home?

If you think you caught COVID-19 while working (at the office or at home), we would like to talk to you as there may be some benefits available for you.  The benefits from an accepted claim could be payment of medical bills, wage replacement, benefits to an employees dependents is the employee dies and possibly reimbursement of funeral services.

When you experience an injury, everything can change – we know that at AKC Law Office.  With more than a century of combined experience litigating on our clients' behalf, you can focus on your life and family, instead of finding yourself overwhelmed and worried about your court case.

We have experienced attorneys working day in and day out to help people deal with their civil matters, including but not limited to industrial accidents and automobile accidents.  Find out how our services can help you and your family get on the path to healing and closure.

Nuestras abogados pueden ayudarte con tu caso civil.  Si te encuentras un problema con un accidente, tu employo,  llamanos.

Your first consultation is free.  Call to schedule an appointment: 208-639-5560.

If you are working from home you still have workers' compensation available if your injure yourself at home and it "arises" out of work.  This includes trip and fall injuries, lifting injuries and other injuries that occur while you were "on the clock" for your employer. 

If you think you may have a "work at home" work injury, please contact us for a free evaluation.  We anticipate that employers will be reluctant to accept work at home claims of injury. 

Moreover, if you catch COVID because of exposure created by your employment and develop severe symptoms that leave you unable to work, this may be compensable as well.