Workers’ Compensation Defense

The firm has represented carriers and self-insureds throughout the state before the Texas Department of Insurance Division of Workers’ Compensation (formerly known as the Texas Workers’ Compensation Commission) in countless numbers of Benefit Review Conferences and Contested Case Hearings. Members of the firm have handled hearings in such locations as Fort Worth, Dallas, Denton, Waco, Austin, Abilene, Weslaco, Wichita Falls, Amarillo, Midland/Odessa, Tyler, Mt. Pleasant, Lubbock, San Angelo, Bryan/College Station, Beaumont, Houston, Victoria, Harlingen, Corpus Christi, and San Antonio.

The firm provides representation at all levels of the administrative process including Benefit Review Conferences, Contested Case Hearings and Appeals to the Texas Department of Insurance Division of Workers’ Compensation Appeals Panel in Austin, Texas. The firm has considerable experience trying workers’ compensation lawsuits. The firm has pursued the subrogation rights of workers’ compensation insurers to enforce their statutory liens. We represent numerous insurance companies, self insurers, and other business entities in the area of workers’ compensation defense.

Williams, McClure & Parmelee has for years been tirelessly defending businesses and insurance companies from undue liability after work place injuries. Our lawyers have earned the respect of the legal community for our extensive and comprehensive knowledge in the area of workers’ compensation defense. We provide workers’ compensation representation on behalf of both large and small businesses. Whether the claim is in its initial stage or has progressed through to the appeals process, our lawyers have the skills to aggressively defend any workers’ compensation claim. Our lawyers have defended a variety of different types of workers’ compensation claims including cumulative trauma injuries, occupational disease claims, carpal tunnel injuries, chemical exposure and the like, as well as a variety of other types of claims up to and including death claims.