Workers’ Compensation

Know your rights.

If you’ve been injured on the job in Connecticut, you are covered by the Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Law. However, you may not get fully compensated if you don’t know your rights or the proper procedures for filing your claim, which can be complex and overwhelming to a layperson.

It’s important to take all the right steps early in the game to avoid having your claim denied, and we can help with that.

Insurance companies who provide coverage to employers are notorious for fighting valid claims of injured workers. That’s why having a knowledgeable attorney on your side is crucial.

Your employer will not file the claim on your behalf, so you need to be proactive.

We can help with making sure the correct paperwork is timely filed in the appropriate District Office. We can also represent you in any hearings before the Workers’ Compensation Commission.

Initial Consultations are Always Free

Have a Case?

Don’t hesitate after getting hurt on the job. If you feel you have a case we can work on together, then please contact us by using the form below.

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