WORKERS COMPENSATION CALIMS CAN OFTEN BE DENIED, ARE YOU PREPARED?
Personal Injury: Workers’ Compensation
When You’ve Been Injured At Work, You Need a Workers Compensation Lawyer You Can Trust
Our firm’s Workers’ Compensation lawyers are dedicated to protecting the rights of employees in work-related accidents. Our skilled and trusted workers’ compensation law specialists will provide full representation from the onset of the injury to the final stipulation.
It is the goal of our personal injury and workers’ compensation attorneys to see that injured workers are treated fairly and receive all benefits they are entitled to. As such, our attorney’s primary focus is in ensuring our clients receive the right medical care for their injury; payment of related medical bills; lost wage compensation when applicable; compensation for permanent injuries; and, job retraining when necessary.
Due to the complexity of the worker’s compensation law, it is important for you to discuss your case with a workers’ compensation attorney as early as possible to ensure that you do not make a mistake that could impact your ability to successfully file a workers’ compensation claim. It is also important to have an attorney review your claim to ensure that you are being fairly treated and that you will receive full compensation for your injury claim.
The Moynahan Law Firm’s Workers Compensation attorneys have been highly successful in representing employees in the pursuit of work-related injury claims, including:
- Back injuries
- Brain Injury
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, CTS
- Heart Attack
- Knee Injuries
- Muscle Tears
- Neck injuries
- Repetitive Stress Disorders
- Sight and Hearing Loss
- Shoulder Injuries
Under Connecticut law, every business must have some form of insurance to cover injured employees
Filing a claim is similar to filing an insurance claim; it isn’t a lawsuit against an employer, but rather a request for benefits. If you have been injured at work, workers compensation attorneys experienced in this type of law can explain the complexities of and help you secure the maximum benefits to which you are entitled.
Insurance benefits provide cash and medical care for employees who become disabled because of an injury or sickness suffered because of their job. If death results, benefits are payable to a surviving spouse and dependents.
If you have been injured at work, contact our workers’ compensation lawyers today for a free case consultation.