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Many of our clients who hire us to represent them in Massachusetts Workers Compensation claims are hard-working individuals, dedicated to their work, and supporting their family. Whether they are working in construction, manufacturing, retail, or another industry, injuries at work happen. Many of our clients find themselves with injuries suffered on the job and that keep them out of work for extended period of time often eliminating their source of income. It is best to consult with an accomplished workers compensation attorney to minimize potential complications. Our attorneys understand the urgency of these circumstances.
If you have been injured on the job, our Massachusetts Workers Compensation attorneys will work quickly and in your best interest to help facilitate your care and recover your losses.
In Massachusetts there is a 4-year statute of limitations to file a workers’ compensation claim. There are also many other factors that influence workers compensation claims and need to be considered. For example, in order to receive compensation for lost wages, an individual must be out of work for 5 or more days. If you are unable to work you may be able to receive disability benefits equaling 60 percent of your average weekly wage for up to three years. After those three years are exhausted, if you are not permanently disabled, your benefits will then be reduced.
Insurance companies have 180 days to pay an employee for damages without formally accepting liability for your injury. This is referred to as “payment without prejudice.” Anytime before the 180 days expires, insurance companies may stop payment. Its best to consult with a workers compensation attorney before this occurs. Our attorneys can help you understand your rights with all Massachusetts workers compensation claims. If you work in Massachusetts and have had your workers’ comp claim denied by an insurance company, our lawyers will help resolve the issues and ensure you receive the benefits and medical treatment you’re entitled to.
You pay no legal fees unless our Workers Compensation attorneys are successful in obtaining benefits for you. Call us for a free case evaluation.
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If you’ve been injured at work or on the job, contact our workers compensation attorneys in Framingham, Massachusetts for a case evaluation. Our law firm is located in the Boston Metrowest and we serve the entire Greater Boston region including local communities of Ashland, Dedham, Dover, Framingham, Hopkinton, Holliston, Marlborough, Maynard, Medfield, Natick, Needham, Newton, Sherborn, Sudbury, Waltham, Wayland, Wellesley, Weston, Middlesex County and Worcester County.