Filing for workers' compensation insurance after suffering a workplace accident carries a number of benefits. This form of insurance covers a wide range or work-related injuries. The limit of the workers' compensation law is not found in the type of injury suffered, but in the way that the injury occurred.
For example, some of the injuries that are typically NOT covered by workers' compensation include:
In Connecticut, all workers are entitled to receive benefits through workers' compensation, but employers do not always provide full benefits to their employees. Whether injury was suffered to the back, shoulders, head, neck, or another body part, benefits can be pursued. From repetitive stress injuries, such as carpel tunnel syndrome, to amputation of limbs, workers' compensation can be pursued to help you pay for medical bills and lost wages.
Common types of injuries from workplace accidents include:
Whether your injury is caused from a vehicle accident, a fall from height, or a machine, we can help you pursue the just compensation that you deserve. If you are not receiving the amount of workers' compensation that you need, we can take steps to help you protect your rights and your future. Our firm can help you fight for the workers' compensation that you are rightly entitled to after suffering a workplace injury. We understand workers' compensation laws and can develop a plan based on your particular situation and type of injury.
Contact our Waterbury workers' compensation firm today to get the strong legal assistance that your case requires.
We represent clients throughout New Haven County, including Danbury, Norwalk and Waterbury.