First Responders & Police Compensation
When first responders clock in for work, they’re in a more precarious position than your average worker. They, by the nature of their profession, are more likely to be put in a position of danger that can lead to injuries in the workplace. When these injuries take place, they should receive compensation from their employers.
Unfortunately, this is not always the case and I have built my entire career on trying to change that. My name is Todd Miller and for over 25 years, I have worked to ensure that our first responders are receiving the compensation they need to receive medical treatments after being injured on the job. I have represented police officers, fire fighters and other first responders from across the Dayton metro area and I understand the specific dangers such jobs can contain.
Don’t Talk To Anyone Without A Lawyer
When you have been injured on the job, you should have a standard procedure to receive the medical compensation you need for treatment. However, if at any point that compensation is denied, or you need to be interviewed to give a statement then you may want to ensure that you have an attorney present beforehand.
Unfortunately, it’s pretty common for first responders to receive significant pushback against their requests for further compensation following an injury. During times like this, I can help ensure that you are only answering the questions you need to be answering and will not agree to something that can hurt your opportunities at receiving compensation for treatment.
First Responders Can Trust Me
If you are a first responder that has been injured on the job and needs treatment, but your employer isn’t agreeing to compensate you, then you should turn to an attorney. At Todd Miller Law LLC, I will work to ensure that your right to compensation is being fought for.