Texas Workers' Compensation and Personal Injury Attorneys

We Know The Law  

We Protect Your Rights 

If you have suffered an on-the-job injury, you need attorneys board certified in both personal injury trial law and workers’ compensation law to investigate the facts of your case. Whether the company you work for is a subscriber to Texas Workers’ Compensation Insurance or if they are a Texas Non-Subscriber, The unique experience of Marc C.  Mayfield and Frank Weedon, coupled with the ability of the firm to handle complex legal situations, allows the firm to provide the very best representation in your catastrophic oil field, industrial, or work related injury. Mayfield Weedon, L.L.P., is an East Texas law firm offering accomplished expertise in Industrial, Oil Field, and Catastrophic worker’s compensation injuries.  The firm also handles Trucking and Car Wreck injuries, and Wills & Probate.

 

Texas Workers' Compensation 

Workers’ Compensation Insurance companies and employers frequently deny and/or try to minimize the benefits paid out to injured workers. They often claim the worker's injuries are pre-existing or that the injuries are less serious than claimed to be. To ensure that you are treated fairly and are offered the maximum benefits you deserve, it can be necessary to obtain legal counsel. Mr. Weedon is board certified in workers’ compensation law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.  He has handled workers’ compensation claims for over twenty years, first as an adjuster working for insurance companies, and now as an attorney representing victims of oil field and industrial injuries.
 
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Texas Non-Subscribers

Texas is the only state that does not require its employers to carry workers' compensation insurance. Employers who don’t offer Workers’ Compensation coverage are called non-subscribers. People who have suffered serious injuries often experience significant physical, financial and emotional damages. In most cases a workers compensation lawsuit must be filed as the only opportunity to gain reimbursement for your damages, including but not limited to pain and suffering, medical bills, lost earning, lost earning capacity and future care. In a Texas Workers Compensation Non-Subscriber case you can sue your employer directly for damages resulting from an on-the-job injury. A Texas non-subscriber workers' compensation claim is very similar to a personal injury lawsuit.  For this reason, it is important to contact a Law Firm Board Certified in both Workers’ Compensation Law and Personal Injury Trial Law.  Mr. Mayfield is board certified in personal injury trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.  For over twenty-one years, Mr. Mayfield has litigated cases concerning personal injury, wrongful death, oil field and industrial accidents, defective products, toxic torts, trucking accidents, motorcycle and vehicle accidents, and on the job injuries. 
 
Below is a list of just a few of the kinds of personal injury claims we handle.
 
• Auto, Truck and Motorcycle Accidents
• Bodily Injury or Wrongful Death
• Construction Accidents
• Defective/Hazardous Equipment and Products
• Electrical Accidents
• Falls
• Farm and Ranch Accidents
• Fires
• Firearm Accidents
• Industrial Accidents
• Insurance Claims
• Nursing Home Accidents and/or Neglect
• Oil Field Accidents
• On-the-job injuries
• Toxic Chemical Exposure
• Unsafe Property/Premises
• Swimming and Water craft Accidents
 
Mayfield Weedon, LLP has extensive knowledge and experience to protect your rights as an injured worker. Contact us today to find out if you are receiving the Maximum Benefits allowed under Texas State Law by Your Texas Workers’ Compensation Insurance Carrier or Texas Non-Subscriber Benefits Plan.