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Common Fears about Getting Hurt at Work

Common Fears When Injured At Work in Connecticut

One fear that people may have about getting injured on the job in Connecticut is the potential for long-term disability or even permanent impairment. If an injury is severe enough, it can prevent an individual from returning to work, resulting in a loss of income and the inability to support themselves or their family.Another fear is the potential for financial ruin due to medical expenses and lost wages. Injuries can be costly, both in terms of direct medical expenses and lost income due to time away from work. Without proper protection, such as workers' compensation, individuals may be left to bear the financial burden of their injuries.A third fear is the potential for discrimination or retaliation from employers. Some employers may view injured workers as a liability, and may choose to terminate their employment or discriminate against them in the workplace. This can make it difficult for injured workers to find new employment and regain financial stability.A final fear is the possibility of being stuck in a legal battle with the employer. In some cases, injured workers may have to fight for their rights and benefits under the workers' compensation system. This can be a lengthy and stressful process, and may require the assistance of legal professionals.

How Can A Lawyer Help You With Your Connecticut Workers Comp Case?

There are a number of  reasons why someone should hire an experienced Connecticut injury lawyer for their workers compensation case:

  1. Legal expertise: A lawyer who specializes in workers compensation law will have a thorough understanding of the laws and regulations that apply to your case, which can greatly improve your chances of success. At James F. Aspell, P.C. we are Board Certified in the field of workers compensation by the Connecticut Bar Association.

  2. Experience: An experienced lawyer will have handled many workers compensation cases and will have a good understanding of the types of evidence and arguments that are typically needed to win a case.  We have been practicing Connecticut injury law and helping injured workers for over 30 years.  We know the ropes because we have climbed them!

  3. Representation: Having a lawyer represent you can help to ensure that your rights and interests are protected throughout the process.

  4. Maximizing compensation: A lawyer can help you to negotiate with the insurance company for the best settlement possible. They can also assist you in the appeals process if your claim is denied

Do I have to Pay my Workers Comp Lawyer up front in Connecticut?

The cost of hiring a Connecticut workers' compensation lawyer can vary depending on a number of factors, such as the lawyer's experience, the complexity of the case, and the outcome of the case. While some lawyers charge more, James F. Aspell, P.C.  lawyers charge on a contingency fee basis, which means that they take a percentage of any settlement or award that you receive. This percentage is 20% of the benefit we obtain for you and is always subect to the approval of a Connecticut Administratove Law Judge.

We are happy to discuss your case, ease your fears, and discuss our fees at any time.  Call today for a free consultation on your Connecticut workers compensatin case.  860-523-8783.

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