Florida Uninsured Employer Defense Lawyer

Serving National And International Clients Needing Litigation Counsel In Florida

Not every employer in Florida is required by law to carry workers' compensation insurance. Employers in industries other than construction are required to provide workers' comp insurance coverage only if they employ four or more workers on a full- or part-time basis. This means that thousands of business owners across the state choose to self-insure against workplace injury claims.

We place a primary focus on reassuring our clients by quickly getting the case under control; then providing responsive, clear communications throughout the litigation process.

Receiving notification of a workplace injury can result in frustration and anxiety at the thought of high medical bills and personal injury liability. Turn to Thorne & Associates, PA, in Orlando, for help. We balance aggressive, efficient defense representation with cost-effectiveness. Throughout the resolution process, we provide timely cost-benefit analysis reports and budgets so you know when it is time to make a decision about settling or pursuing the defense case in court. Let us show you our case results helping employers protect themselves from fraudulent and inflated claims.

Our trial lawyers provide defense counsel for uninsured and self-insured employers throughout Florida. Call 407-488-1222 to arrange an initial no-cost consultation with an experienced Florida uninsured employer defense attorney at Thorne & Associates, PA, today. You may also use our convenient email contact form to submit a brief explanation of your litigation needs. We will respond quickly to arrange a convenient time to meet by phone or in our office.

Have You Decided To Self-Insure? See Us For Risk Management Advice.

We are experienced Florida workers' compensation defense attorneys. You can rely on us to explain your options for injury risk management if you choose to self-insure. We also advise out-of-state employers who take on jobs in Florida and are concerned about the state's workplace injury laws.

Contact Our Orlando Workers' Compensation Litigation Attorneys

Call to schedule an initial consultation by phone or at our Orlando office. We will review your case and help you take the right steps to protect your financial interests.