Injuries that occur at the workplace fall under a part of the law known as workers’ compensation. Massachusetts have statutes that separate how these injury claims are treated legally. Employers are required by law to purchase and carry workers’ compensation insurance, which covers their employees for injuries at the workplace. A workers’ compensation attorney from our Boston law firm understands these laws and how to file workers’ compensation claims for our clients.
Workers’ Compensation Injuries
In Massachusetts, any injuries that occur on the job are governed by the Department of Industrial Accidents. The DIA offers a streamlined system for compensating workers in and around Boston to get paid for their injuries. These benefits are provided by insurance companies that your employer pays premiums to. If your employer didn’t carry workers’ compensation insurance, then you can file a personal injury lawsuit in civil court. Our experienced workers’ compensation attorney team can help you determine what the next step is in your legal process. Some common injuries include repetitive stress injuries, occupational diseases, neck injuries, head injuries, spinal cord injuries, and more.
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You have four years from the date you became aware of your disability to file a workers’ compensation claim. If you are totally disabled due to an injury in the workplace, you’ll receive 60% of your pre-injury wage. To learn more about workers compensation in Massachusetts and to represented properly, contact our workers’ compensation attorney today. To schedule a no-cost legal consultation today to discuss your benefits, call 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.