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Indiana Workplace Injury & Construction Accident Attorneys

Our experienced personal injury and workers’ compensation attorneys are committed to every case, no matter how big or small.

When looking for representation, we think you would do well to hire the firm who wrote the book. Our attorneys authored the Indiana Workers’ Compensation Practice Manual. Our industry groups call us Preeminent, Excellent and Super Lawyers. But, most importantly, we have been serving injured Indiana workers with compassion for over 20 years.

Who We Are

Attorneys Randy Klezmer and Nathan Maudlin are not typical workplace and construction accident lawyers, and Klezmer Maudlin, PC, is not an average law firm. The attorneys and the firm they formed concentrate on one thing: helping injured workers secure the compensation they need to move forward with their lives.

At Klezmer Maudlin, PC, we have one focus: Helping people get their lives back after a workplace injury. AV PREEMINENT
“I became an attorney because I want to seek justice for those to whom justice is not always apparent. I believe in our system of government, and lawyers play a major role in protecting our way of life.”
At Klezmer Maudlin, PC, we have one focus: Helping people get their lives back after a workplace injury. AV PREEMINENT
“I became an attorney to assist those who most need help. I see my role as an advocate for workers who need representation, and I am honored to fight against corporations and other employers to protect those rights.”

What We Do

Help workers who have been injured on the job or developed a work-related condition – that’s what we do at Klezmer Maudlin, PC. Because of our firm’s tight focus on workplace injury and construction accident claims, our attorneys have developed a deep understanding of the law, the process and what it takes to secure maximum compensation for our clients from all available sources.

We help injured workers at every stage of the workers’ compensation process – from filing to appealing a denied claim – with the goal of maximizing benefits for our clients.

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Our firm has the experience and resources to identify all potential sources of recovery after a workplace injury, including separate claims against non-employer third parties.

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Many victims of job-related injuries and serious construction accidents discover that workers’ compensation benefits alone are not enough to cover all their losses. At Klezmer Maudlin, PC, our priority is to seek out all available sources of recovery for our clients. In some cases, an injury was caused by someone other than the victim’s employer. If someone else’s negligence played a role in your workplace injury or construction accident, you may be able to secure additional compensation through a third-party lawsuit.

We are prepared to fully investigate your situation for evidence of third-party negligence. For example, did a defective tool cause your accident? Were you hurt while driving for work in a crash caused by someone else? Did someone who works for another company cause your injuries on a construction site? These are just a few basic examples of situations in which you may be able to bring a personal injury claim outside the workers’ comp system.

A third-party claim may allow you to recover damages that aren’t available from workers’ compensation, such as payment for pain and suffering and full coverage of lost wages. Keep in mind that recoveries made in a third-party personal injury claim are typically in addition to – not instead of – workers’ comp benefits.

Case Results

Our attorneys have a long track record of getting results for injured workers. In many instances, we have pursued cases all the way to the Indiana Court of Appeals and Indiana Supreme Court to fight for the rights of our clients.

  • Sims v. USA Fid. & Guar. Co., 782 N.E.2d 345

    Overview: Indiana statute which provided exclusive jurisdiction to worker’s compensation board to determine whether a worker’s compensation insurance carrier committed an independent tort in adjusting or settling an injured worker’s claim was constitutional.


  • Active U.S.A., Inc. v. McGhee, 790 N.E.2d 581

    Overview: In a worker’s compensation action, an employee was erroneously awarded TTD compensation for both his driving wages and his truck equipment rental income because only his wages, which did not include the rental, were compensable.

    ATTORNEY FOR APPELLANT: NATHAN B. MAUDLIN, Ice, Miller, Indianapolis, Indiana.

    Jurisdiction: Indiana
    Court: Court of Appeals
    Date: Jun 26, 2003

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We Wrote the Book on Workers’ Comp

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The workplace injury attorneys at Klezmer Maudlin, PC, authored the Workers’ Compensation Practice Manual, which serves as a resource for all issues related to the administration and practice of workers’ compensation law in Indiana. We also frequently speak at professional seminars on issues related to workers’ compensation and workplace injury claims in Indiana

We believe our clients benefit from our deep understanding of the complex issues that frequently arise in the course of a workplace injury claim. Our experience equips us well to take on a variety of matters, such as:

  • Issues related to permanent total disability or permanent partial impairment

    Disability and impairment are among the most complex and contested matters in workers’ compensation claims. Our lawyers have a track record of securing full and fair compensation for disabled and impaired workers.

  • Disputes over future medical benefits

    Many workplace injuries leave victims facing a lifetime of medical treatments and rehabilitation. We frequently work with medical experts, life-care planners and financial experts to further claims for future medical benefits.

  • Product liability claims

    If you were injured on the job because of a faulty piece of equipment, our work injury lawyers can investigate the cause and seek additional damages for your pain, suffering and loss of wages.

  • Wage disputes

    The workers’ comp system provides for partial wage replacement due to a work-related injury. However, there are often disputes about how much the worker was making and how this sum should be calculated.

  • Independent medical examinations

    Do you think the workers’ compensation doctor is downplaying the extent of your injuries? You may be able to get a more accurate assessment performed by an independent physician.

  • Denied Claims

    The workplace injury lawyers at Klezmer Maudlin have decades of experience appealing wrongfully denied claims on behalf of our clients. Let us review your situation and advise you about your legal options.

  • Physician disputes

    Do you disagree with your doctor’s diagnosis or prescribed course of treatment for your work-related injury? You may be able to seek a second opinion or an alternate treatment plan. Our lawyers can help.

  • Third-party claims

    Did you know that parties other than your employer could potentially be liable for your work injuries in a third-party claim? For example, if you got hurt at work because a ladder broke, you may be entitled to additional compensation from the ladder’s manufacturer.

  • Occupational disease claims

    Workers’ comp covers more than just one-time “accidents.” Benefits may also be available for diseases and conditions caused by your employment, such as exposure to chemicals, molds and other hazardous substances in the workplace, stress fractures and many others.

Committed to Our Communities

Avvo Rating 10 Excellent Workers' Compensation Super lawyers

At Klezmer Maudlin, PC, our commitment to helping others drives our involvement in the communities we serve in Indianapolis, Evansville and across Indiana. Our lawyers are active members of the legal profession, as well as society at-large. A few examples of our community involvement include:

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