Klezmer Maudlin, PC
Attorneys Randy Klezmer and Nathan Maudlin are not typical workplace compensation 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.
We have spent more than 25 years building a law practice devoted to injured workers, and our compassionate and skilled attorneys have handled more than 30,000 workers’ compensation claims throughout Indiana. In fact, we wrote the book on Indiana workers’ compensation — literally. Our attorneys were selected by Thomson West to write the Indiana Workers’ Compensation Law and Practice Manual, which serves as a resource for other attorneys across the state who practice in this area of law.
We understand the heavy burden a workplace injury can place on a person and his or her family. Adding hospital stays, follow-up doctor visits and a pile of medical bills on top of regular household duties and expenses, especially when you are unable to work, can be overwhelming. At Klezmer Maudlin, PC, our workplace injury attorneys have helped many people who have felt trapped in this type of situation, and we are committed to helping many more. If you are suffering from a workplace injury and need help fighting for the compensation you deserve, contact our experienced attorneys today to discuss how we may be able to assist you. Call or fill out our online form to schedule a free consultation.
The Klezmer Maudlin Approach
Our attorneys and staff truly treat each client like family. We know that your workplace injury is probably the most important thing you are dealing with right now, and we want you to know that it is a top priority for us, as well. That’s why when you contact our Indiana workplace injury law firm, you can expect to speak with an attorney directly. Even if our attorneys are tied up in court, one of our experienced legal staff members will take detailed notes about your case so our lawyers can get back to you promptly and be prepared to discuss what’s on your mind. Just like we would with our own family members, we will be straightforward with you about your case. If you have suffered a minor injury and just need help filing a claim, that is what we’ll do. However, if you are coping with a life-altering injury and are concerned about butting heads with your employer, our attorneys will do everything in our power to make sure your rights are protected and that you are taken care of. After all, that is what we would do for our family.
Our Practice Areas
When you look at our practice areas, you’ll notice a single theme: Every case we take is about helping workers after they have been hurt on the job. Our experienced attorneys handle:
- Workers’ Compensation Claims
- Construction Accidents
- Work-Related Car Accidents
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Third-Party Lawsuits (to recover damages beyond a workers’ compensation claim)
- Mediation Services
At Klezmer Maudlin, PC, we choose to keep a narrow focus because every workplace injury case is different. So in order to provide superior representation for our clients, our firm concentrates only on these types of cases.
Not Your Average Workers’ Compensation Attorneys
Randy Klezmer and Nathan Maudlin joined forces in 1992 to form the Indiana law firm of Klezmer Maudlin, PC. The two attorneys share the drive to advocate for everyday people who are struggling to recover from injuries and need an advocate to help deal with the large corporations and companies that they work for.
Let Us Start Focusing on Your Case Today
If you have suffered a workplace injury in Indianapolis, Evansville, or elsewhere in Indiana and need to discuss your options for pursuing compensation, contact our knowledgeable attorneys today. From handling your workers compensation claims to seeking damages from an at-fault third party, our attorneys have the experience necessary to fight for full and fair compensation for you. Call or contact us online to schedule a consultation now.