In Massachusetts, there is a workers’ compensation law that is designed to make sure that workers who are hurt at work, and who have to take off more than five days due to the injury, get compensation. If you’ve been injured at work in or around Boston, you are covered and qualify for workers’ comp. This applies to a wide range of injuries and workplace illnesses. Our workers’ compensation attorney at Kantrovitz & Associates, P.C. can consult with you about your injuries and file a workers’ compensation claim for you.
Understanding Workers’ Compensation in Massachusetts
Our workers’ compensation lawyer can help you to understand how workers’ compensation works in the state. As a no-fault system, this means that regardless of who is at fault for your injuries, the employer’s insurance company must pay benefits to those who were hurt on the job. This can include partial disability, temporary total disability, and permanent and total disability. We understand all the types of workers’ compensation benefits and can help you to win the best outcome for your particular claim. We also can help individuals who have had their workers’ compensation claim denied. A worker who has been denied benefits can file a claim with the Department of Industrial Accidents with the help of one of our workers’ compensation attorneys.
Call to Schedule a Free Legal Consultation with a Workers’ Compensation Attorney in Massachusetts Today
If you need to make a workers’ compensation claim for a work-related injury in and around Boston, you need the help of a workers’ compensation attorney at Kantrovitz & Associates, P.C. To schedule a no-cost legal consultation to discuss your injuries, call our law firm today at 800-367-0871. The law firm of Kantrovitz & Associates, P.C. is based in Boston, but we also serve Suffolk County including Boston, Jamaica Plain, and Revere; Middlesex County including Cambridge, Framingham, Lowell, Malden, Newton, Somerville, and Waltham; Norfolk County including Brookline; Essex County including Haverhill, Lawrence, and Salem; Worcester County including Fitchburg, Leominster, and Worcester as well as Plymouth County including Brockton and Plymouth.