Workers' compensation protects you if you're injured at work.
Atticus helps you claim it today.
Why work with us?
5x higher compensation
if you have a lawyer
300+ clients daily
trust us for high-quality advice and aid
100% free advice
for everyone, no matter what
What do you get?
Medical treatment and future care paid for
Back pay for lost wages
Future wages if you can't return to work
Have all your workers’ comp questions answered, for free
Find a vetted workers’ comp lawyer to help win your claim
Our 2-minute quiz helps you chart your next step. You'll get personalized, clear recommendations for the best path to aid.
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Our on-staff lawyers and client advocates are available today. They'll answer your questions, discuss your needs, then get to work finding you the right help.
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We match you with a leading law firm in the field you need, and get them to represent you. They work for a share of the money you win (usually 15-33%) and charge nothing if you lose.
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Breathe easy while your lawyer does the heavy-lifting. Atticus guarantees you’re in good hands, and keeps you in the loop until your claim is won.
5x better outcomes vs. doing it alone
How much does Atticus charge?
Atticus is always 100% free. We’ll answer your questions, evaluate whether you need additional legal help, and recommend a lawyer (if you want one) that’s the best fit for the case.
If you do end up hiring a firm to represent you, you’ll still pay nothing up front. Your lawyer will take a fixed amount of your compensation (15-33%) if you win. If they lose, then you pay nothing.
Do I need a Workers' Compensation lawyer?
You can certainly file a workers' compensation claim and work with your employer and their insurance alone, but in most cases it is best to have a lawyer help as there are a few things to keep in mind:
Claims are complex: There are nuances throughout all parts of a case that make or break whether someone gets benefits. A lawyer familiar with workers' comp will help handle these complexities for you, while building an overarching strategy from day 1.
The odds are against you: Employers and insurance companies are often purposefully unclear about how to get benefits and may not want to pay out the full amount possible in every case. A lawyer will make sure you get all the benefits you're entitled to and maximize the payout you receive.
A lawyer has your best interest in mind: If you're seeing an employer-approved physician, they may try to get you to return to work before you a fully healed. An experienced attorney can help you get a second opinion or reach a more suitable agreement ahead of your return to work.
What happens after I submit my claim online?
After you submit your information, one of our client advocates will further review the details of your claim. You can give us a call, or we will contact you via call or SMS. From there, we'll get you on the path to solving your legal issue, and find you a great lawyer (if you want one).
We’ll answer your questions, and share our advice. An Atticus client advocate will listen carefully and review your issues. We’ll explain your options so you can chart a course forward.
We’ll match you with the right lawyer (or other legal help). Our team will search far and wide to find the best lawyers for your specific situation.
We’ll monitor your case, and stay available if you need us. For the duration of your case, we’ll be here for you. We'll periodically reach out to see how things are going, and will get involved if needed. If you ever have questions or concerns during the case, we’re a quick text or phone call away.
What is Atticus and how does it work?
Atticus is a new kind of law firm, on a mission to reinvent how Americans seek and find legal help.
Today, it is extraordinarily difficult for people with serious legal needs to find and hire the right lawyer. They wonder: "Do I need a lawyer?" "What will I get if I hire one?" "How much will it cost?" And of course, "Which one should I choose?"
Atticus is a place that anyone can turn for rapid, expert help answering those questions — for free. We diagnose your needs, explain your options, and help you find and hire the right lawyer (or nonprofit) to move forward.
How does it work?
To get started, you’ll answer a quick, 2-minute quiz about your claim. Next, you’ll connect with one of our client advocates who will review the details of your claim. They’ll answer your questions and will explain how we’ll help you win benefits. From there, we’ll find you a vetted law firm who will get you the benefits you deserve.
Is Atticus a law firm?
Yes! Atticus is a law firm, and we are qualified to give legal advice. We can answer your most pressing questions, make clear recommendations, and search far and wide to find the right lawyer for you. It's not easy: being a licensed law firm subjects us to complex regulations and requires painstaking work. But it's worth it, because it means we can truly help our clients as they take on life's biggest challenges. Others can't.
Two important things to note: If we give you legal advice, it will be through a lawyer on our staff communicating with you directly. (Don't make important decisions about your case based solely on this or any other website.) And if we take you on as a client, it will be through a document you sign. No attorney-client relationship arises from using this site or calling us.
At the bottom of many websites, you'll find a small disclaimer: "We are not a law firm and are not qualified to give legal advice." If you see this, run the other way. These people can't help you: they're prohibited by law from giving meaningful advice, recommending specific lawyers, or even telling you whether you need a lawyer at all.
There’s no disclaimer here: Atticus is a law firm, and we are qualified to give legal advice. We can answer your most pressing questions, make clear recommendations, and search far and wide to find the right lawyer for you.
Two important things to note: If we give you legal advice, it will be through a lawyer on our staff communicating with you directly. (Don't make important decisions about your case based solely on this or any other website.) And if we take you on as a client, it will be through a document you sign. (No attorney-client relationship arises from using this site or calling us.)
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