Hartford Workers' Compensation Attorney

Injured in the workplace?

All Connecticut workers injured in the workplace are entitled to receive workers' compensation benefits. Employers, unfortunately, do not always fully apprise their employees of the full benefits available to them. These include benefits for medical bills, job training, temporary total disability and permanent partial disability. These injuries could be to the back, neck, shoulders, eyes and head; they can include repetitive stress injuries like carpel tunnel syndrome, as well as broken bones and amputations. Whether hurt in construction accidents or in the office, the onus is often on the injured to make sure that they are getting the full benefits available to them.

If you have sustained an injury in the workplace, you need to know the full rights and benefits to which you are entitled under state law. We strongly recommend you contact an experienced Hartford workers' compensation lawyer at once to ensure you take the best steps towards protecting your future.

Aggressive Defense for Injured Workers

At Cicchiello & Cicchiello, we have extensive understanding of state law pertaining to the rights of workers injured on the job. With over 40 years of combined experience helping workers get the full array of compensation available to them, we can help clients stay on top of this complicated process. We understand that our clients have questions that need to be answered about their workplace injury case. What should I do if I have been injured? Who will cover my medical bills? Can I use my own physician? What benefits am I entitled to? Can I get my payment in one lump sum? We can help you answer these and other questions, and establish an effective plan custom-made for your situation. An attorney from our firm will fight aggressively for your claim and compensation.

If you have sustained a workplace injury, contact a Hartford workers' compensation attorney for a free consultation and competent help in filing your claim.

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