Monday, October 27, 2014

We have a page on our website, reproduced below, which explains what we can do for you in you are injured at work in Connecticut. Unfortunately, despite the efforts of lawyers and the Connecticut Worker's Compensation Commission to explain to injured Connecticut workers what our worker's comp law covers, misconceptions remain. I am often heard spouting my favorite phrase: "Worker's comp is a statutory benefit." A worker's comp case is not a car accident case. You cannot recover for pain and suffering even though you may have terrible pain from your work injury and be suffering greatly. You cannot recover because you cant pay your bills. You cannot recover for your family member having to cook for you or clean for you. You can only get what the Connecticut Worker's Compensation Act, Title 31 of our statutes, says you can get. That is where we come in. I promise to you that I will fight with every fiber of my being to get you all the benefits that statute says you are entitled to. Your life depends on it. My livelihood depends on it. If you have been hurt on the job in Hartford or somewhere else in Connecticut, give me a call. Come in and talk to me. It is free and no obligation. If I can help you, I will. If I cant I will politely
tell you so. In the meantime, please read the provided material below. Hartford Workers' Compensation Attorney Worker's Compensation Claims Legal Help in Connecticut Don't let myths and misconceptions prevent you from getting full compensation and the benefits you're owed - talk to a Connecticut Workers' Compensation lawyer Workers can get less than they are owed from Connecticut's workers' comp simply because they don't know their rights or the proper procedures. Don't let an early mistake deprive you of your right to make a claim. Contact the Law Office of James Aspell, PC, immediately after your injury for a free consultation and professional legal help. Your employer has a lawyer whose job is to minimize the company's cost. You should have a workers' comp lawyer, too. You may not know that: Your employer will not file your claim on your behalf. You cannot be forced to settle your workers' comp claim. At the Law Office of James F. Aspell, P.C., we have been protecting the rights of Connecticut workers with work comp claims for 25 years. Our attorney, James F. Aspell, is a Board Certified Specialist in Workers' Compensation through the Connecticut Bar Association. We have represented thousands of working people injured in construction, health care, trucking, factory, and other work settings. We also represent police, firefighters, and state employees who may be entitled to additional benefits. Get Your Medical Bills Paid • Get the Treatment You Need As your Connecticut workers' compensation lawyer, we will: Help you file proper and timely claims with your employer and the Connecticut Workers' Compensation Commission Work with your doctors to develop the medical aspects of your case Handle all required paperwork accurately and ensure all deadlines are met Represent you in any hearings or appeals before the Connecticut Worker's Compensation Commission Because of our many years representing clients throughout Connecticut, we have developed a reputation with the Workers' Compensation Commissioners for fairness and objectivity. The credibility and respect we have earned with the Commission is good for our clients when they need an advocate in the workers' comp system. Contact our West Hartford Workers' Comp law office for prompt legal help in filing or defending your Connecticut workers' comp claim. Your initial consultation is free.

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Pavlos Lombardi said...

Last week I had one of my co-workers fall off a ladder while we were working. I think he might have actually broke his ankle from it too. I really hope that he'll be able to apply for workers compensation, because that's going to be a big hospital bill.
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John Connor said...

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Caleb Hart said...

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Jenna Jameson said...

Thanks for this post. I'm glad that there are work comps like this available.