WORKERS COMPENSATION DENIED? OUR WORK INJURY & WORKERS COMPENSATION LAWYER CAN HELP!
Workers’ Compensation Lawyer
When You’ve Been Injured At Work, You Need a Workers’ Compensation Lawyer You Can Trust
Our firm’s workers’ compensation lawyer is 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 & work injury lawyer has been highly successful in representing employees in the pursuit of work injury 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.
Personal Injury & Wrongful Death Areas of Representation
Frequently Asked Questions
What Are The Most Common Workplace Injuries?
The Most Common Causes for Workplace Injury are: overexertion, slipping and tripping accidents, falling from heights, struck by an falling object and vehicle accidents.
What are the Employer’s Responsibilities In Workers Compensation Cases?
In most states, employers are required to either purchase workers’ compensation insurance or act as their own companies when employing more than a specified number of people.
That means from the get-go, in many cases employers must purchase workers’ compensation coverage. Before settling on a place to work, be wary of whether or not they have or need workers’ compensation coverage.
What to Do When You Are Too Injured to Go to Work?
Whether you are temporarily or permanently disabled, you need to take action in order to make the best of a bad situation.
- Know Your Rights
- Don’t Say Anything — Yet
- Get Help
- Do Not Seek Other Work
What is Poka Yoke?
The Japanese phrase “poka-yoke” could prove to be essential in averting workplace injury. Poka Yoke, or mistake proofing, essentially prevent workplace injuries (Poka Yoke, 2018).
How Can Poka Yoke Be Used?
- If you are the decision maker in charge of purchasing equipment:
– Check to make sure safety safeguards are available on everything you purchase.
- Have a clear mental image of your daily working atmosphere.
– Think about possible scenarios that could cause an incident to occur. Think about what tasks employees will be doing at certain times. Place machines or other equipment in the precise locations to avoid injuries. It would not be a bad idea to visit another employer’s work site to see how it compares to yours.Mastering poka-yoke in a high-risk job should undoubtedly reduce work-related injuries.