Grow Your Firm With Workers’ Compensation Leads

For law firms looking to expand their workers’ compensation caseload, partnering with a lead generation agency canworkers' compensation case leads provide an excellent return on investment. At Win, LLC we can connect you with injured workers’ in your geographic region who are actively seeking legal representation. These workers’ compensation leads are thoroughly vetted, exclusive to you and sent in real-time. Our pay-per-lead business model means you pay a fee for each workers’ comp lead. You are in charge of how much you want to invest. There are no contracts and you can receive a prorated refund at any point in time should you no longer need leads.

How Do We Generate Workers’ Comp Leads?

Our process involves using a combination of Google pay-per-click ads and SEO to drive traffic to our workers’ compensation landing page. The website serves an an information center for employees who have been injured or developed an illness in the workplace. Additionally, they have the opportunity to fill out a free case evaluation form, chat live or call an attorney.

Workers’ Comp Filtering System

Before we send you a lead, we collect answers to targeted questions and filter accordingly.
  • Were you injured at work?
  • Did you develop an occupational illness?
  • Date and location of injury
  • Did you report the accident to your employer?

Most Common Workplace Accidents

  • Overexertion (heavy lifting
  • Slip, Trip, and Fall
  • Falling to a lower level
  • Struck by object
  • Machinery Accident
  • Car accidents
  • Electrocutions

Types of Injuries and Occupational Illnesses

  • Physical Injuries
    • Carpal tunnel syndrome
    • Traumatic brain injury
    • Broken bones
    • Back, neck, spinal injuries
    • Repeated Motion Injuries (RMIs)
    • Hearing loss
  • Illnesses
    • Lung diseases like mesothelioma caused by asbestos
    • Lead poisoning
    • Cancer
    • Asthma

Workplace Injury Statistics in the U.S.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were approximately 2.9 million workplace injuries and occupational illnesses reported by private employers in 2016. This happened at a rate of 2.9 cases per 100 full-time workers’. 892,270 of these cases required taking time off work. The average number of days to recover for a workplace injury is 8 days which translates to 38% in lost productivity. Most employers across the U.S. are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance which provides medical expenses, lost wages, and rehabilitation services for employees injured during the course of their employment.  Too often, a workers’ compensation insurer will delay or deny a worker’s claim for benefits. In these situations, a workers’ comp attorney is invaluable.