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When to Talk to a Lawyer About Workers Compensation

We take it for granted that our employers will adequately compensate us for our work. But sometimes that’s the last thing our employers are thinking about. Workers compensation isn’t the most popular of civil cases, but NYC workers compensation lawyers know how to handle any work comp situation that may arise. Many a time workers will attempt to manage the situation by themselves and will abstain from contacting a lawyer. To ensure that you get what’s owed to you, get in touch with your local NYC workers compensation lawyer. You know it’s time to make the call when one of the following events occurs.

If you were injured at work and your employer or insurer rejects your claim, you may have a valid case to bring to court. You deserve to be compensated for your injury, though up to 80% of those injured at work acquiesce when employers fail to provide for them.

A settlement made on behalf of your employer fails to cover all of your lost wages or medical bills. Your employer and you both made a formal agreement as to how much you should be paid for a certain amount of work. If the funds have not been transferred from your boss to you, that’s an act worthy of being brought to court. Get the most out of a settlement with an NYC worker’s comp lawyer by your side.

If you have sustained an injury at work that prevents you from returning to your job, you may be entitled to a lifetime of compensation. Insurance companies will do all that is possible to make sure that you are not covered for the rest of your life. Hire a lawyer with experience in worker’s compensation lawsuits to ensure that you’re taken care of.

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