At the offices of Jason Barnett, we have over 60 years of combined experience in Workers’ Compensation Law (Workers’ Comp) and will represent you with the highest level of integrity. We will fight aggressively to obtain the maximum amount
SSI / SSDI
According to the Social Security Administration (SSA), 75% of initial disability claims are denied and over 80% of consequent appeals are also denied. We have helped thousands of people sucessfully navigate through the government bureaucracy.
If you have been injured at work due to your employer, or a fellow employee’s negligence or recklessness, you may be entitled to medical treatment, pain & suffering damages, lost wages, and other monetary damages. This is where the Work Injury lawyers of The Law Offices of Jason G. Barnett can help!
Carpel Tunnel Syndrome Injuries
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS), the most common Repetitive Stress Injury (RSI), is also one of the most significant long-term health problems in the workplace today.
Injured Workers’ Rights
In the State of Florida, workers have rights when injured at the workplace. Many times these laws are not entirely cut and dry and employers may take advantage of the lack of knowledge that their workers have about injury cases.
The Jones Act, also known as the Merchant Marine Act of 1920, is a federal statute that protects United States maritime commerce in national waters and between U.S. ports. The statute was established to protect the U.S. merchant marine industry and the hundreds of
Longshore & Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (LHWA)
Whether you work in South Florida’s biggest and busiest ports such as The Port of Miami, or Port Everglades in Ft. Lauderdale, at The Law Offices of Jason G. Barnett we protect the rights of seamen and longshoremen who are injured on the job.
Land-Based / Shore-Based Injuries
Are you a seaman that has been injured at home or abroad while on landside leave? Do you or a loved one work on an off-shore drilling platform and now have a disability, or has died due to the negligence of an employer?