Skilled And Compassionate Legal Guidance For Injured Workers

If you have been injured at work, you are entitled to file a workers’ compensation claim. These benefits offer a financial lifeline to employees who are facing mounting medical bills and who are unable to work due to their job-related injuries. Unfortunately, taking the steps to receive those benefits can be overwhelming and stressful for applicants who are not familiar with the process. You might also face pushback from your employer about filing a workers’ compensation claim.

You do not need to face this issue alone. Allow our legal team at Mancini Law to act as your advocate and handle your case while you focus on your recovery. Our attorneys have represented injured workers for over a decade, so we have a comprehensive understanding of workers’ compensation in Connecticut. You can rely on our team to stand by your side protecting your best interests throughout the process of obtaining workers’ compensation.

How We Can Help You

Filing and handling a workers’ compensation claim is a complex task and the system can be difficult to navigate. Submissions are time-sensitive and early documentation of injuries is critical. Working with the experienced legal team at Mancini Law takes that burden off of you. Our firm handles all necessary filings and objections. Additionally, we will attend hearings with or on behalf of injured workers.

Our attorneys understand the steps involved in this intricate, complicated and important process. We know the pitfalls and how to avoid them.  We also leverage untimely filings by the insurance company for the benefit of our clients. When you work with us, you will benefit from our experience and insight. We will take the time to explain legal terminology and answer any questions you have.

Does Your Condition Or Injury Qualify For Workers’ Compensation?

While some work injuries are physical and obvious, like broken bones or burns, many conditions that may be covered under a workers’ compensation claim are more subtle. For example, conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are covered under workers’ compensation. Other physical conditions like heart disease and hypertension for qualifying police officers and firefighters are increasingly being recognized as workers’ compensation conditions.

Connecticut’s workers’ compensation laws cover a range of work-related injuries and conditions, including:

  • Injuries caused by accidents or mistakes on the jobsite, such as slip-and-fall accidents, burn injuries, and broken bones
  • Injuries that occur while you are traveling for work
  • Repetitive trauma injuries, occupational diseases and/or exposures
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), heart disease and hypertension for qualifying police officers and firefighters
  • Aggravations of pre-existing conditions

This is not an exhaustive list. When you call us for a free consultation, we can advise you regarding whether your injuries might be covered under workers’ compensation.

What Types Of Benefits Does Workers’ Compensation Provide?

If you qualify for workers’ compensation benefits, you may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, lost wages, physical therapy and other ongoing medical care and expenses. In addition, if a family member is killed on the job, you may qualify for death benefits.

The benefits that you may be eligible to receive depend on the extent of your injury, and the impact of the injury on your ability to perform your job or maintain gainful employment in the future. Our knowledgeable attorneys can help maximize the value of your claim.

Contact Our Watertown Office And Get The Information You Need

We want to help you secure your entitlement to benefits. Whether you are a full-time, part-time or seasonal employee, you may be covered. Discuss your situation with us at no cost, and our lawyers will give you an honest appraisal of your options.

If you are unable to visit us at our office due to your injuries, we will come to you at the hospital or at home. We also offer virtual appointments. Call our Watertown office at 860-325-7347 or complete our contact form to get started. Se habla español.