Helping You Obtain the Compensation You Need for Work-Related Injuries
If you have suffered injuries from an on-the-job accident, it is important to understand how to obtain workers’ compensation money and benefits.
Accident Insurance Claims and Other Sources of Compensation
There are a number of different benefits available if you have been injured at work.
Temporary total disability: If you are unable to work at all, you are entitled to weekly benefits.
Temporary partial disability: If you are unable to work full duty and have limitations, but are not totally disabled, you most likely are entitled to weekly benefits. It is usually required that people seeking these benefits prove that they have been looking for work within their restrictions, but we have been successful in getting this requirement waived for clients who are preparing for major surgery, enrolled in training or are experiencing other difficulties in seeking work.
Permanent partial disability: Once you reach a plateau in your healing process and are not expected to recover any further, the doctor will assess a disability rating if you have not recovered one hundred percent. There is a corresponding monetary award for permanent partial disability. We know how to calculate and recover such awards.
Lost earning capacity: If you have exhausted all of your other benefit options and you are still not employed, we can petition on your behalf for additional lost earning capacity benefits.
Lump-sum settlements: In many cases, it is possible to take a smaller percentage of the total future benefits expected in order to receive benefits in one lump-sum settlement payment.
The process of obtaining workers’ compensation benefits can be time-consuming and complex. We can help guide you through the process every step of the way.
At Bellenot & Boufford, LLC, we have been helping Connecticut clients since 1990. Our Newtown lawyers can provide you with sound counsel and peace of mind throughout the complicated workers’ compensation process as we fight to help you obtain the compensation you need.
Contact Our Attorneys for Help With Workers’ Comp ∙ Free and Meaningful Phone Consultations
We understand the difficulties you face as you are entering the workers’ compensation process. We want you to make informed decisions about your benefits and obtain the compensation you deserve, so we offer free initial phone consultations. You can talk with an attorney from our firm, free of charge, to learn about your rights and options.
Call 203-304-9050 (877-286-3414 toll free) or contact us online to schedule your free initial phone consultation.
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- Difference between Workers’ Compensation & Non Work Related Personal Injury Cases.
- Can an Old Workers’ Compensation Case Still be Settled?
- Should I settle my Worker’s Comp claim?
- 4 Steps to a Winning Workers’ Compensation Strategy