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Can My Employer Retaliate for My Iowa Workers Comp Claim?

After a serious work injury, you will likely expect some form of workers compensation. You’re unable to work, you’re suffering from your injury, and you need help. Fortunately, your Iowa workers comp coverage should help, right?

Sadly, many employees have experienced some trouble at the hands of their employer because of their claim. Instead of offering the necessary work comp benefits, the employer retaliates, resorting to creating a hostile work environment or even terminating the employee.

So, you may be asking, “Can my employer retaliate for my Iowa workers comp claim?” They might try, but with the help of a lawyer from the Pothitakis Law Firm, PC, we won’t let them succeed. Let us help hold your employer accountable and secure your rightful benefits while you focus on recovery.

Employer Retaliation Is Illegal

Unfortunately, there’s a chance that your employer may try to retaliate against you. They don’t want you to get the full compensation you deserve, which leaves you struggling to cover your expenses alone. They’re trying to protect their own profits and avoid dealing with the workers comp insurers.

Retaliatory actions are illegal. As an employee, you’re eligible for compensation, and they can’t stop you from getting the workers comp benefits you deserve. If you’re experiencing retaliation from your employer after an on-the-job injury, reach out to an Iowa work comp lawyer for help.

Securing Workers Compensation in Iowa

When you believe your employer is illegally retaliating against you, you may need to take your claim to court. Your lawyer can review your claim and determine whether their actions count as retaliation.

Generally, though, retaliation means that your employer acted against you or fired you for seeking workers comp benefits. For example, you were injured in a work accident and your employer tried to say that you didn’t qualify for benefits, or that the company was exempt from offering benefits.

Maybe then you sought benefits by circumventing your employer, and in return, they fired you, demoted you, reduced your pay, or took other disciplinary actions.

You and your lawyer will need to prove that the retaliation was related to your workers comp claim. You may also need to contact a compliance administrator, who can help you deal with your employer’s actions. A qualified work comp lawyer can help you through each stage of this process. You deserve recompense for your work injury, and we can help you get it.

Fight for Your Iowa Worker Rights

It’s unfortunate, but your employer might not be so ready to help you recover from your on-the-job injury. Instead, they may try to fire you or otherwise avoid paying for your suffering. When this happens, you may need to seek out a lawyer from the Pothitakis Law Firm, PC.

They’ll help you get answers for your most-pressing question: can my employer retaliate for my Iowa workers comp claim? While they may try to retaliate, you have the option to take action and fight back, starting with a free consultation.

We’ll discuss your employer’s actions and what you’ll need to get started during our free consult. That way, you know what to expect before you file your claim. When you’re ready to fight back, reach out for help by calling 319-754-6400 or by completing the online form below.

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