Workers’ Compensation Attorneys Providing Personalized And Proficient Representation
Workers’ compensation is intended to provide financial benefits to individuals who become ill or are injured due to their jobs. Whether you suffered carpal tunnel syndrome due to repetitive typing, contracted a respiratory condition by working with hazardous materials, developed a back injury as a result of heavy lifting, or anything else, we can help. No matter how tough you think your case may be, we are tougher.
At Sheffy, DeNigris, Grey & Bedard, LLP, our workers’ compensation attorneys in Southington have an in-depth understanding of this complex practice area. Backed by over three decades of experience, we have a long track record of success for clients who were injured in a variety of accidents. In fact, our lawyers recovered millions of dollars for our clients over the years. We can help you, too.
Effectively Guiding You Throughout The Legal Process
If you have suffered an injury at work, the first steps you should take include notifying your employer and seeking medical attention as soon as possible. While your employer may try to choose a doctor for you, know that you have the right to select your own. However, depending on your situation, you may have to choose a doctor from a list given by your employer. After seeing a doctor, you should contact an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer in Southington right away.
In general, there are three main types of work injuries, namely:
- Back injuries
- Occupational diseases
- Repetitive strain injuries
If you get injured on the job, you may become qualified for one of the following types of benefits:
- Total disability
- Temporary partial disability
- Permanent partial disability
- Permanent loss of earning capacity
Begin Pursuing Your Best Possible Outcome
When your workplace has caused you to suffer an injury due to their negligence or reckless behavior, we are prepared to hold them accountable for their actions. No one should get away with harming another person, and we are committed to earning you a maximum compensation that reflects the current and future cost of your injuries.