Texas Workers’ Compensation Law

Any kind of injury at work has a physical, financial and psychological effect on the injured workers and their family members. In Texas, workers compensation lawyers guide you with their extensive knowledge and experience to meet your particular individual needs. We can fight for your rights and help you claim your compensation in accordance with the workers compensation law in Texas.

Workers’ Compensation Lawyer, Texas has a local and national recognition for its representation of injured and disabled workers from different areas such as Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Wichita Falls or any other city in Texas.

We take pride in establishing close and personal relationships with all our clients. By paying attention to every detail, we work diligently for every worker who has been a victim of workplace injuries until he/she receives their due share of compensation.

Workers’ Compensation Law in Texas

The Workers’ Compensation Act is a legislative system designed to compensate employees who have been victims of accidents that occurred in that particular workplace and enforces that every employer with three or more employees must have insurance coverage or be self-insured to cover injured workers.

According to the compensation law in Texas, an injured employee will get the following benefits:

  • Income benefits: Income benefits will replace the amount of lost wages and are calculated by the average weekly wage.
  • Medical benefits: These benefits cover all the expenses incurred for your medical treatment after the injury.
  • Death benefits: These benefits replace the deceased employee’s income, beginning from the day after his death, if the eligible beneficiary such as the spouse or children or any other family member, is even 20% dependent on the deceased worker.
  • Burial benefits: Burial benefits cover the funeral costs and burial expenses of the deceased worker.


The amount of these benefits depends on the severity of the injury and amount of time you are absent from work. The Workers’ Compensation Act can become very complicated if the injury is serious and