Compensation For Injured Workers
Serious, work-related injuries will cost you more than just lost wages. A serious injury can affect you physically, mentally and financially. You may be dealing with pain, temporary or even permanent disability. A work accident will incur medical bills such as doctor appointments, medical procedures, medication and physical therapy. It is important to exercise your legal right to compensation.
Most employers are legally bound to provide workers’ compensation when you have been injured in the workplace. Workers’ compensation provides payment and benefits to injured and ill workers. At the Law Offices of Linda K. Bertolette, LLC, we will help you receive the maximum benefit possible while you focus on getting better.
We have helped all sorts of different people receive benefits, including but not limited to:
- Construction workers
- Special education workers
- Health care workers
- CNAs and registered nurses
- Bus drivers
- Office workers
- Truck drivers
- Delivery persons
- Restaurant employees
Compensation For Health Care Workers
Health care employees are some of the most commonly injured professionals in the country. Nurses, CNAs, doctors, physical therapists and other medical professionals must face a number of potential risks in the workplace. Workers are often injured from slippery floors, lifting patients, disease exposure and repetitive trauma.
Many health care workers push through injuries, only making them worse. It is important to take time out of work while you heal. When you retain our services, you will work directly with a lawyer who will guide you through the workers’ compensation process. We will help you achieve the benefits that you are owed.
If your employer denies your benefits, then you will be left without the proper financial support while you heal. We can help walk you through the process to get you the compensation you deserve.
Schedule Your Free Consultation Today
If you are unsure if a workers’ compensation claim is the right step to take, or you have been handling your own claim and have ran into problems, then contact our office for a free consultation with an attorney. We will discuss your injury and the best options for you to receive compensation. Contact our office today in West Hartford, Connecticut, at 860-541-5892, or fill out our online contact form.