Have you been hurt on the job?
Are you unsure about what to do next?
Are you concerned about loosing your job if you tell your employer you were injured while
Thousands of employees are injured on the job each year in Massachusetts. You are not alone.
The law provides for replacement wages and the payment of your medical bills and attorney
fees by your employer's workers' compensation insurer while you are under the care of your
treating physician. So, why are you still worried about how your workplace accident might affect
your finances and well being?
Often, we fear what we don't understand and are unsure about whether an
insurance company is looking out for your best interests. This is why you need a qualified and
aggressive Massachusetts workers' compensation attorney to represent you in your workers'
The Department of Industrial Accidents (DIA) oversees the Workers'
Compensation system in Massachusetts. A complex system of state laws and regulations are
available to protect workers hurt on the job. An experienced workers' compensation lawyer will
guide you through the process by explaining your rights and options.
Even if you have begun the journey through the workers' compensation system on your own
and have questions or have had your replacement wages stopped by the insurer, you still have
the option of talking with one of our qualified workers' compensation attorneys confidentially and
at no cost to you.
Call, click or stop by today for your free consultation.