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How can a Connecticut Work Injury Lawyer Help Me

How a Hartford Work Injury Lawyer Can Help

Essentially, any workplace can become a hazardous environment. Whether you work in a nursing home, factory, auto shop or department store, you run the risk of pulling a muscle, slipping on the floor or falling from a height. When this happens, you might be able to recover compensation for your medical treatment and lost wages by filing a workers' compensation claim. Contact our firm to learn more about your options.

At the Law Offices of James F. Aspell, P.C., our Farmington workplace injury lawyer has over 30 years of experience guiding clients through a wide range of difficult situations. Our experience and our knowledge of the law allow us to provide every client with individual attention through even the most complex aspects of personal injury and workers' compensation.

By Your Side From Initial Filing Through Appeals

Injuries can be caused by any number of situations, including contractor negligence, defective equipment, lack of safety features or poor lighting. Whether your injury is due to a specific workplace accident or an occupational illness, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, you might be entitled to receive workers' compensation benefits.

Our firm has handled cases involving a wide range of injuries to specific body parts, including:

These injuries can be caused by heavy lifting, objects falling from height or slipping on dangerous substances on the floor. It is important to have a skilled attorney listen to the facts of your case and provide experienced recommendations about how best to proceed. We will take the time to educate you on the process of filing a workers' compensation claim. If your claim is denied or challenged, we can represent you through further negotiation or litigation.


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