Tom Schilling

Principal Attorney

Since graduating from the University of Richmond School of Law in 1983, Mr. Schilling has helped countless clients for various personal injury matters, especially those incidents where the injury occurred at their place of work.

An aggressive litigator, Mr. Schilling is not afraid to take your case to work if it means an increased chance of success for you and your case. He prides himself on his passion for others and his commitment to helping those throughout his community.

Mark Mario Esposito

Principal Attorney

Though he has worked cases representing large corporations, Mark is expressly proud of his work when he helps the underdog win a case. He understands employers and their insurance companies don’t always put their employees first, but you can rest assured you are going to be his top priority from start to finish.

As an award-winning workers’ compensation attorney with respect from peers and judges across the country, you can turn to him for skilled legal guidance when you’ve suffered a workplace injury.

WHAT TO DO
AFTER A WORK INJURY

YOU MAY HAVE FAITH THAT YOUR EMPLOYER IS THERE TO HELP YOU, BUT UNFORTUNATELY, YOU COULD BE SADLY MISTAKEN.

Your employer may tell you to go home and heal while they take care of everything. In reality, you should call an attorney immediately to represent your rights and fight for fair compensation for medical expenses, time away from work while you heal, and general pain and suffering.

WORKERS’ COMPENSATION LINGO: DEFINED

TEMPORARY OR PERMANENT?

This refers to physical and mental disability that can prevent you from working for a short period of time. In the state of Virginia, the defined period of time is disability for no longer than 125 days. If it’s longer, you’ll likely receive permanent disability.

PARTIAL DISABILITY

If you’ve been partially injured on the job, this means you can still perform a portion of your daily tasks or all of your daily tasks, but for only a certain amount of time. Injuries for partial disability can be both permanently or temporarily impairing.

TOTAL DISABILITY

With an injury that results from total disability, you are not able to perform any of your job's tasks. Some injuries can be "partial" for some jobs and "total" for others. For example, a construction worker is likely to be more impacted by a broken leg than an office worker.

INJURED AT WORK?

REACH OUT TODAY

TYPES OF BENEFITS YOU MAY RECEIVE

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION BENEFITS

These are available for people that require assistance in returning to their former job or a similar position with a different employer. Speak to an attorney to see if you qualify for vocational rehabilitation benefits.

MEDICAL BENEFITS

Your employer and their insurer have the responsibility to pay reasonable and necessary medical care and any relevant prescriptions or physical therapy expenses for injuries that occurred on their watch or on their property. If not, call us today.

WAGE REPLACEMENT BENEFITS

Healing takes time, and you shouldn’t have to worry about keeping a roof over your head while you recover. Wage replacement benefits depend on how badly your injury is and how long you’ll be away from work.

IF YOU WERE INJURED AT WORK, YOU
CAN TURN TO SCHILLING AND ESPOSITO.

Recovering from an injury, no matter how severe, is stressful. Let the attorneys at Schilling & Esposito in Richmond, Virginia do all the heavy lifting for you to help you earn compensation for your pain and suffering. To get started, fill out their brief form below and they will be in contact with you as soon as possible.