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What type of amateurs on here? You mean on Hubpages? Or at work?
That sounds like a great idea. I am sure covering all your possible outcomes and avenues is prudent. I assume also that if you have an attorney you will save them lots of legwork by having all of this documented.
I have been told getting a lawyer is the best thing to do. What does one do if the company offers to assign me a lawyer they already have on retainer?
The Companies Attorney will not have your best interest in mind. I would retain my own Attorney. Most companies have a permanent Attorney for cases such as this. DO NOT SIGN ANYTHING, Until you speak with your own Attorney.
Tell them you have your own lawyer, thank you very much.
I think knowing your rights is a very good idea. Do you think I should pick the cheapest accredited lawyer I can find? Or should I shop around for a lawyer? I've heard many lawyers take between 25-40% of any money you receive from a Workers Comp case
Almost wanted to say check Angie's list. I honestly do not know. If you have a lawyer, who you've worked with on other legal matters you might ask them to suggest one.