What We Do

The Harrison Law Office is committed to helping injured workers navigate the complex process of Workers' Compensation and maximizing the benefits that they receive. Attorney Jim Harrison of The Harrison Law Office will handle your case exclusively.

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What Our Clients Say

I have so much to be grateful to you for...your professional manner in which you handled my legal issues and the results which were very satisfactory. Your availability and knowledge were exceptional and your reassuring manner calmed my doubts, nerves and fears. I will be forever indebted to you and wish you well in your old and new endeavors.

Mary V.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is Workers’ Compensation?+

The Workers' Compensation system was created to protect injured workers. It's an insurance policy required by your employer in case you get hurt at work. If you are injured on the job, Workers' Compensation may provide you with money while you are out of work, and also pay for your medical treatment.

2. Why do I need legal representation?+

If you've been injured on the job, it is often a good idea to contact a workers' compensation attorney for a free consultation about your case. We can walk you through the process, alert you to potential pitfalls, and give you an honest appraisal of the complexities of the case and an accurate estimate of a potential settlement.

3. I’m not getting paid, what do I do?+

If you find that your medical treatment has been denied, or they have reduced your money or even cut off your money completely, it's time to contact Jim Harrison at The Harrison Law Office.

4. What is your no-risk policy?+

We take all of our Workers' Compensation cases on what is similar to a contingency fee basis. This means that there is no fee unless we are able to achieve a monetary result for you.

Common Workplace Injuries

  • Knee Injury icon Knee Injuries
  • Shoulder & Neck Injury Shoulder Injury
  • Broken Bones icon Broken Bones
  • Back Injury icon Back & Neck Injuries
  • Repetitive Stress Injury Repetitive Motion Injuries
  • Injuries Requiring Surgery Injuries Requiring Surgery
  • Vision or Hearing Loss Vision or Hearing Loss
  • Burns or Falls icon Facial Burns & Cuts
  • Lifting Icon Lifting Injuries
  • Exposure illnesses icon Exposure Illnesses

Free Consultation & No Risk Policy

There is no fee unless we are able to achieve a monetary result for you. Even then, only if you and the judge agree to the amount of the fee. Complete the short form below for a free consultation or to simply Learn More.
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