Making Sure You Get The Workers’ Compensation Benefits You Need
While any occupation can cause injuries, many jobs require physical labor and put workers in dangerous situations. If you have a dangerous job, you know the cost of an injury. In addition to the medical bills, you may be unable to return to work.
When this happens, talk to an experienced, aggressive workers’ compensation lawyer. Daniel B. Scott Attorney at Law is a board-certified workers’ compensation specialist by the Workers’ Compensation Section of the Connecticut Bar Association. He can help you apply for benefits and appeal denied claims. You can rely on his dedication to clients and his personalized representation. Find out how he can assist you throughout the Connecticut workers’ comp process: free consultation at 860-585-9647.
Who Do You Represent?
The firm assists people in numerous industries:
- Nursing home workers
- Health care workers
- Factory workers
- Union workers
- Construction workers
- Truck drivers
Attorney Scott has experience with claims involving back injuries, joint injuries, hearing loss, head injuries, spinal cord injuries, loss of limb and more. He also helps workers with lung injuries from exposure to toxins.
What Should I Do?
Report work injuries to your employer as soon as possible. It’s important to do this right away so you don’t risk a denial. You should also seek medical care for your injury. Finally, file a written notice of claim to start the workers’ compensation process. Remember, you can speak with a lawyer at any point in this process.
Workers’ Compensation Benefits
Workers’ comp benefits cover your medical expenses and a portion of your lost wages. You also get reimbursement for traveling to medical appointments. In some cases, workers receive vocational rehabilitation and additional compensation for permanent injuries, disfigurement and scarring.
Workers’ comp and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits sometimes overlap. If you are eligible for both, Daniel B. Scott will ensure that you get the maximum possible benefits you are allowed.