Injured at Work? We Are Here to Help You Every Step of the Way.
After suffering a workplace injury, your primary concerns are likely to be providing for your family while you recover from your injuries, and getting your life back on track as quickly as possible. You want reassurance that while you heal you’ll be able to put food on the table and keep a roof over your head. With the help of your rightfully deserved workers’ compensation benefits you will be able to financially support yourself and your family while you are out of work.
Workers’ compensation is intended to help you to bridge the financial gap between suffering your injury, healing, and getting back to work. In order to ensure that your workers’ comp case is handled as quickly and effectively as possible, we recommend that you contact one of our Connecticut workers’ compensation lawyers for assistance with your case.
Our attorneys help our clients successfully negotiate maximum compensation benefits. We understand that every individual situation is different. Perhaps the way your employer is handling your case has led you to believe that your situation is out of the ordinary. We have developed the experience and knowledge needed to work with any kind of workers’ compensation case in the state of Connecticut.
Three Ways We Can Be of Help
- If your workers’ compensation has been reduced or denied – If your employer, or the insurance company working on its behalf, has attempted to reduce or deny your claim, rest assured that this is completely normal. We can help you prove your case, contest the decision if necessary, and fight for the compensation you rightfully deserve.
- If you require a lump sum settlement – Many workers are unaware that lump sum settlements are possible. If you’re looking to negotiate a lump sum settlement, we can help.
One of the biggest mistakes you can make is attempting to negotiate your workers’ compensation case on your own. You should never speak to your employer or an insurance company about your case without legal representation. Their job is to attempt to minimize your payout and reduce the amount of time that you will receive your payment. Our job is to maximize your payout and give you all the time you need to heal from your injuries and prepare yourself to go back to work.
If you have been injured on the job in Connecticut and are going to file, or have filed, a workers’ compensation claim, you need legal representation. Call us toll free at (800) 330-4988 or (860) 522-7044, or contact us online for a free case evaluation. Call now.