Indiana Workers' Compensation Resources


Claims under Indiana Workers' Compensation Laws

The law offices of David Lutz handle worker’s compensation cases all over the state of Indiana. We have represented injured employees throughout all four corners of the state from Fort Wayne to Evansville, Crown Pointe to Madison. We will either meet with you in person or by telephone. Homes visits and hospital visits are available.


Indiana on the Job Injuries

Government Resources Workers' Compensation Agency Indiana Workers' Compensation Code State Homepage Department of Labor Department of Insurance Governor's Office State Bar Association State Legislature

Workers’ Compensation Board of Indiana: The Workers’ Compensation Board of Indiana is responsible for investigating and administering the claims of injured workers in Indiana. http://www.in.gov/workcomp 402 W. Washington St., Room W-196 Indianapolis, IN 46204 1-800-824-COMP (317) 232-3808 The Indiana Workers’ Compensation Act: The entire Act is available online by visiting this website. http://www.in.gov/legislative/ic/code/title22/ar3 Indiana Department of Labor: The Indiana Department of Labor is the state agency primarily responsible for workplace safety and cleanliness, and for ensuring that all workers receive fair wages. http://www.in.gov/labor 402 W. Washington St., Room W-195 Indianapolis, IN 46204 (317) 232-2655 Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration: IOSHA is the Indiana branch of OSHA, which is responsible for investigating and addressing workplace safety complaints. IOSHA is a division of the Indiana Department of Labor. http://www.in.gov/labor/osha 402 W. Washington St., Room W-195 Indianapolis, IN 46204 (317) 232-2655 Equal Opportunity Employment Commission: The Equal Opportunity Employment Commission is a federal agency that has local offices throughout the country. The EEOC is responsible for investigating incidents of discrimination in the workplace, as well as ensuring that all workers are treated fairly regardless of race, age, religion, or disability. http://www.eeoc.gov Indianapolis District Office 101 W. Ohio Street, Suite 1900 Indianapolis, IN 46204 1-800-669-4000 Family and Social Services Administration of Indiana: The FSSA is the agency that is responsible for unemployment benefits, food stamps (TANF), and Medicaid administration. http://www.in.gov/fssa P.O. Box 7083 402 W. Washington St. Indianapolis, IN 46207 (317) 233-4454 Social Security Administration: The Social Security Administration is a federal agency responsible for handling issues that involve disability benefits, social security income, retirement benefits, and Medicare. http://www.ssa.gov 1-800-772-1213 AFLCIO: http://www.aflcio.org Provides links to and contact information for member unions of the AFLCIO (American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations), including the IBEW and the UAW.


We Handle All Aspects of Your Workers Comp Case

We at David M. Lutz LLC understand the complexities of the issues you are dealing with. We will be by your side advising you of your rights are obligations. We will handle your dealings with the insurance company as well as the insurance adjuster. We will handle all aspects of your case so that you can focus on your medical care and get back to work.

If you have been injured on the job you should seek the assistance of an experienced Indiana Worker’s Compensation attorney. You can contact our office and set up a free legal consultation with an attorney experienced in the Indiana Worker’s Compensation Laws.

How do we charge?

Our office will not an initial consultation fee. If you decide to hire us, we do not charge any fees up front. If you hire us with a settlement offer already made by the insurance carrier, we will typically agree not to charge any attorney fee unless we recover additional monies. For example, if you come to us with an offer $10,000 and we take your case, and after six months we are not able to get your any additional monies, we will not charge any attorney fees. We will discuss this in more detail at our initial meeting with you. We will also our attorney fee agreement in writing.

Initial Consultations

We will schedule an initial consultation with you are no cost. We handle worker’s compensation cases all over the state of Indiana. We have represented injured employees throughout all four corners of the state from Fort Wayne to Evansville, Crown Pointe to Madison. We will either meet with you in person or by telephone. Homes visits and hospital visits are available.



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Claims under Indiana Workers’ Compensation Laws

The law offices of David Lutz handle worker’s compensation cases all over the state of Indiana. We have represented injured employees throughout all four corners of the state from Fort Wayne to Evansville, Crown Pointe to Madison. We will either meet with you in person or by telephone. Homes visits and hospital visits are available.

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Workers’ Compensation Board of Indiana:

The Workers’ Compensation Board of Indiana is responsible for investigating and administering the claims of injured workers in Indiana.

402 W. Washington St., Room W-196
Indianapolis, IN 46204
1-800-824-COMP
(317) 232-3808

http://www.in.gov/wcb 

The Indiana Workers’ Compensation Act:
The entire Act is available online by visiting this website.

Indiana Department of Labor:

The Indiana Department of Labor is the state agency primarily responsible for workplace safety and cleanliness, and for ensuring that all workers receive fair wages.

402 W. Washington St., Room W-195
Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 232-2655

http://www.in.gov/labor

Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration:
IOSHA is the Indiana branch of OSHA, which is responsible for investigating and addressing workplace safety complaints. IOSHA is a division of the Indiana Department of Labor.

http://www.in.gov/labor/osha
402 W. Washington St., Room W-195
Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 232-2655

Equal Opportunity Employment Commission:
The Equal Opportunity Employment Commission is a federal agency that has local offices throughout the country. The EEOC is responsible for investigating incidents of discrimination in the workplace, as well as ensuring that all workers are treated fairly regardless of race, age, religion, or disability.

http://www.eeoc.gov
Indianapolis District Office
101 W. Ohio Street, Suite 1900
Indianapolis, IN 46204
1-800-669-4000

Family and Social Services Administration of Indiana:
The FSSA is the agency that is responsible for unemployment benefits, food stamps (TANF), and Medicaid administration.

http://www.in.gov/fssa
P.O. Box 7083
402 W. Washington St.
Indianapolis, IN 46207
(317) 233-4454

Social Security Administration:
The Social Security Administration is a federal agency responsible for handling issues that involve disability benefits, social security income, retirement benefits, and Medicare.

http://www.ssa.gov
1-800-772-1213

AFLCIO:
http://www.aflcio.org

Provides links to and contact information for member unions of the AFLCIO (American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations), including the IBEW and the UAW.

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We Handle All Aspects of Your Workers Comp Case

We at David M. Lutz LLC understand the complexities of the issues you are dealing with. We will be by your side advising you of your rights are obligations. We will handle your dealings with the insurance company as well as the insurance adjuster. We will handle all aspects of your case so that you can focus on your medical care and get back to work.

If you have been injured on the job you should seek the assistance of an experienced Indiana Worker’s Compensation attorney. You can contact our office and set up a free legal consultation with an attorney experienced in the Indiana Worker’s Compensation Laws.

How do we charge?

Our office will not an initial consultation fee. If you decide to hire us, we do not charge any fees up front. If you hire us with a settlement offer already made by the insurance carrier, we will typically agree not to charge any attorney fee unless we recover additional monies. For example, if you come to us with an offer $10,000 and we take your case, and after six months we are not able to get your any additional monies, we will not charge any attorney fees. We will discuss this in more detail at our initial meeting with you. We will also our attorney fee agreement in writing.

Initial Consultations

We will schedule an initial consultation with you are no cost. We handle worker’s compensation cases all over the state of Indiana. We have represented injured employees throughout all four corners of the state from Fort Wayne to Evansville, Crown Pointe to Madison. We will either meet with you in person or by telephone. Homes visits and hospital visits are available.

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