Cape Cod Workers' Compensation Attorneys
Any on-the-job injury is eligible for workers’ compensation. It could be a workplace accident, a strained back from heavy lifting or joint damage that develops over time. Yet employers and their insurance companies do not always honor the rights of injured workers.
Speak to an attorney at Aiken & Aiken P.C. about filing a workers’ comp claim or any problems you have encountered with your benefits. Under Massachusetts workers’ compensation laws, your employer does not file a claim for you and does not have to advise you about all your rights. It is important to seek legal counsel before time runs out on your claim. Any delay could jeopardize your ultimate recovery.
Our law firm represents injured workers on Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket and surrounding counties of Massachusetts. We have offices in Hyannis, Falmouth and Boston and we offer a free consultation.
Hyannis Workplace Accident Attorneys
Work-related injuries or accidents may qualify for the following benefits:
- Medical benefits — Coverage of medical care, including surgery, relating to your job injury
- Lost wages — Two-thirds of your average weekly wage
- Permanent disability — Ongoing payments or a lump sum settlement if you have a permanent impairment or cannot work at all
- Vocational rehabilitation — Job retraining if you cannot return to the same line of work
- Death benefits — Workers’ comp payments to spouses and children for a work-related fatality
Employers may not be forthcoming about your benefits. Sometimes they provide workers with misleading information, or threaten termination of benefits or termination of employment. Our experienced attorneys will work to obtain your workers’ compensation benefits and keep them going until you are ready to return to work. We can challenge a denial of benefits, incorrect calculation of wage benefits, a low disability rating or any attempt to force you back to work prematurely or terminate your benefits.
We have experience with all types of work injuries and workers’ comp issues:
- Back injuries
- Falls from heights
- Repetitive strain injury (e.g., carpal tunnel syndrome)
- Lost limbs or partial amputation
- Eye injuries or hearing damage
- Burns or electrical shock
- Toxic exposures
- Aggravation of prior injury or pre-existing condition
Construction Accidents • Industrial Accidents • All Work Injuries
Whatever the circumstances of your workplace accident, you should not have to battle your employer or the insurance company. Our Cape Cod workers’ compensation lawyers will stand up for your rights.
To schedule a free consultation, call Aiken & Aiken P.C. at 508-534-8061 or toll free at 800-401-4186. You can also contact us online.