in 2009 I got hurt on the job so I called Rosen & Rosen they started their job I got my workmens comp. check I got taken care by the doctors but now its 2019 and I was thinking what happen to my case so I called asking the out come of the case they told me they will call me back , now if they don't call me what do I do ? my email is [email protected] thank u raymond
Did you expect someone at the law firm to just know off the top of their head what is going on with your case? If so, that is unreasonable. I am sure that someone at the firm will have to pull your file and review it in order to give you a good answer. Give them a little time to do that and get back to you.
This answer is intended as general information and not as specific legal advice.
You did not say how long you gave the law firm to return your call after they reviewed your file. If it has been more than a couple of days, you need to call them again because someone may have lost your message. Clerical mistakes like misplacing messages happen everywhere in life, even in law offices.
Disclaimer: The above does not constitute legal advice. It is the opinion of the author and is based upon facts which may be incomplete. No attorney/client relationship is formed by this discussion. You should consult an attorney with questions about your particular situation.
Since you did not say how long after your call to the attorney you have been waiting, there are a number of reasons that might be the cause of the delay. As indicated by others, it could be as simple as trying to find the file, a lost message, or even they tried to call you back, but you missed their call. They might even have closed their file, for various reasons too. Thus, if you did not hear after a couple of days from your call, I would call again. If they are unable to give you a response at that time, I would make an appointment to meet with the lawyer at his office. If they refuse to do that, then I would seek out another workers' compensation attorney, to assist you in finding out what happened. once you know what happened, you can then decide how to proceed. I would not delay on this any further, as delays might cause a multitude of problems on your case, and may have already. You need to find out what is going on, to be sure your rights are properly protected.
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