More Than A Century Of Combined Experience With Florida Workers' Compensation Claims

Americans want to work — to provide for families, enjoy our unparalleled quality of life and plan for a brighter future.

When a hard-working employee is injured as a result of a serious accident sustained on the job, the skillful assistance of an experienced workers' compensation attorney is invaluable and necessary to ensure that the injured worker's rights are protected and that he or she receives all benefits to which he or she is entitled.

At the Levine, Busch & Schnepper, P.A., law firm, our board-certified workplace injury lawyers are on your side, start to finish, providing the facts you need about benefits you deserve.

The firm also handles claims involving injuries caused by a third party, as opposed to an employer or co-worker, in which case a personal injury lawsuit may be appropriate in addition to pursuing workers' compensation benefits.

Levine, Busch & Schnepper, P.A. — Working Hard For Those Who Can't

Look to us for the many benefits of our 125-plus years of combined experience, talents at negotiation with employers and insurers and aggressive litigation against them, when serious work accident injuries involve:

  • Traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury
  • Back and neck injuries, such as herniated and slipped disks
  • Loss of vision, hearing and smell
  • Broken bones
  • Emotional and mental health issues associated with physical injuries
  • Occupational diseases, including asbestosis or carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Paralysis
  • Amputation
  • Permanent scarring and disfigurement

Were you seriously injured while driving a company vehicle, acting as a first responder or traveling for your Florida employer in another state? Levine, Busch & Schnepper, P.A., lawyers need to hear from you right away, so we can begin the important work of safeguarding your interests.

Contact our law offices in Miami or Fort Lauderdale to secure your free initial consultation. Call 786-724-2554 or remain at our website to send an email message. Spanish, French, and Creole language translation, and home and hospital visits, are available on request. Our contingency fee policy means that you owe no legal fees unless we are able to obtain benefits for you.