Workers' Compensation

Being injured at work goes beyond simple pain and suffering, it can impact you significantly in terms of medical expenses and lost wages if you’re unable to perform your job duties for any length of time. With so much at stake, you want a high performance team to handle your case with the empathy you deserve and the legal expertise and tenacity to pursue and defend your claim from insurance companies.

The good news is that state laws require employers with three or more employees to carry workers’ comp insurance. This insurance holds employers strictly liable — meaning you don’t have to prove the employer was at fault for the injury, just that it occurred during your job duties. This insurance covers medical expenses related to the injury and provides lost wages for time out of work due to the injury. 

The challenge is that it’s the job of insurance companies to protect their own financial interests by limiting their own financial responsibility – at your expense. As a result, insurance adjusters routinely dispute the cause or extent of a worker’s injuries, which results in denied or delayed claims. Or you may be offered a fraction of what you’re entitled to in the hope you’ll sign away your rights to pursue the true award you might be owed.


This is where a High Performance Law team can make all the difference. We don’t scare easily and aren’t intimidated by insurance companies or their legal teams. And we know all the tricks of their trade to call their bluffs with the full power of the law behind us. We will act as your representatives in all dealings with the insurance company, assuming the burden and frustration so you can focus on getting better and back on your feet.

Through it all, we’ll treat you with the respect you deserve and will personally stay on top of your case keeping you informed every step along the way not just as your lawyers, but as caring partners in the process.
Powering our workers’ compensation practice are our not-so-secret weapons: attorneys, Bill Senter and Maggie Senter Bennington. Between them, they have more than 50 years of combined experience. In addition, Mrs. Bennington brings considerable insight as a prior insurance company defense attorney. Because she represented employers and insurance companies at mediation and at trial to oppose workers' compensation claims, Mrs. Bennington knows the insurance companies playbooks – she has been on both sides.
Our firm offers no-cost initial consultations, and our workers' compensation cases are on a contingency fee basis — so if your case is not won, there is no fee for you to pay.