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Strong Advocacy For Workers’ Compensation Claims

Facing an injury at work can leave you feeling frustrated and desperate, especially if it leaves you unable to continue working. The healing process is essential, and our attorneys can help you through the workers’ compensation claim process so that you can focus on getting better.

At Logan, Vance, Sullivan & Kores LLP, we understand the challenges and uncertainties you may face when dealing with a workers’ compensation claim. We are here to provide the guidance and support you need during this difficult time. Getting our help is as simple as a click or call away.

Understanding Workers’ Compensation

Workers’ compensation is a system designed to provide benefits to employees who are injured or become ill as a result of their job. It aims to protect workers and ensure they receive appropriate medical treatment and financial support during their recovery. Some examples of workplace injuries covered by workers’ compensation include:

  1. Slip and Fall Accidents: Injuries sustained from slipping, tripping, or falling at the workplace.
  2. Repetitive Strain Injuries: Conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome caused by repetitive motions in the workplace.
  3. Occupational Illness: Diseases or health conditions that develop due to workplace exposure, such as respiratory illnesses or chemical-related illnesses.

If you suffered a work-related illness or injury, it is important to seek medical care and talk to a knowledgeable attorney as soon as possible.

Workers’ Compensation In Connecticut

Connecticut has specific guidelines and regulations for workers’ compensation claims. It is important to understand the timelines and procedures involved in making a claim. Our knowledgeable team can navigate the complexities of Connecticut’s workers’ compensation laws on your behalf.

Connecticut workers may be eligible for various benefits, including:

  1. Medical Expenses: Coverage for necessary medical treatments, including doctor visits, surgeries, medications, and rehabilitation.
  2. Lost Wages: Compensation for a portion of lost wages while recovering from a work-related injury or illness.
  3. Temporary or Permanent Disability Benefits: Financial support for temporary or permanent disabilities that affect your ability to work.

These benefits can make a significant difference as you face increasing medical costs and time away from work.

We Are Here To Help

If you have been injured at work or are facing challenges with your workers’ compensation claim, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Call 860-733-6504 or contact Logan, Vance, Sullivan & Kores LLP online today for a free consultation. Our compassionate team will listen to your concerns, evaluate your case, and guide you through the process.