Massachusetts Workers' Compensation Lawyers
Put 100+ Years of Combined Experience on Your Side
The workplace is a potentially dangerous place for people in all different types of employment. If you have been injured on the job, you may not know where to turn to make sure you get the benefits you legally deserve.
The workers' compensation and on-the-job injury lawyers at Percy Law Group, PC, have the experience and knowledge to get you maximum compensation and benefits for your injury. And, as with all workers' compensation matters, you do not pay our fees; they are paid by the insurers.
Fighting for Maximum Injured Worker Benefits in Taunton
We thoroughly investigate the incident by reviewing company records, medical records, police records and other information. We utilize all means necessary to obtain maximum compensation and benefits as soon as possible. We offer compassion and support while aggressively pursuing justice.
Speak with our knowledgeable Massachusetts workers' compensation attorneys by contacting us for an initial consultation.
We stay focused on your case, your needs, your results; that is our promise to you. We fight for you, and we won't stop fighting for you until you get full, fair and complete compensation for your injuries.
We service your needs from one of our many Massachusetts offices, including from our Taunton workers' compensation lawyers' main office. We help clients acquire maximum workers' compensation benefits, including full medical, wage and disability benefits.
Know-How to Get You Compensation for Any Injury in Any Workplace
If you have been injured on the job in Massachusetts, no matter who was at fault for your injuries, you are entitled to workers' compensation benefits. Our firm helps workers in a wide range of industries pursue claims.
- Workplaces: We regularly represent clients in specific types of employment, such as:
- Injuries: We pursue claims for all types of injuries, including:
Your valid claim entitles you to partial compensation for your lost wages and full compensation for your medical treatment. You may also be entitled to a lump-sum settlement or other compensation for any permanent disability you have suffered.
Common Injuries Involved in Workers' Comp Claims
One of the most common injuries associated with workers' compensation are those targeting the back and neck. Workers with these injuries are in particular need of assistance as the medical diagnosis and treatment can be very subjective.
Injuries to the back and neck include the following:
- Lower back injuries
- Spinal cord injury / paralysis
- Cervical injuries (neck)
- Herniated disks
- Fractured vertebrae
- Nerve Impingement Syndrome (NIS)
Other common injuries include Injuries to the knees, shoulders and other joint, which can result from either an accident or from the repetition of physical tasks over a period of time.
These injuries can range from bothersome to debilitating. Chances are your knee, shoulder or joint injury has been getting progressively worse. In any case, if your workplace injury has put you out of commission and in need of medical attention, you are entitled to receive workers' compensation benefits.
Workers' Comp vs. Personal Injury Lawsuits
Worker’s compensation and personal injury lawsuits are two incredibly different animals. Most workers are entitled to certain benefits if they were injured at work, even if their employer wasn’t negligent in the situation. However, unlike with personal injury suits, the benefits are limited.
In a workers’ comp case, a worker is only entitled to be compensated for his or her medical bills and partially for the wages lost during recovery. There is no pain and suffering amount awarded to employees after a dangerous accident, no matter how traumatic.
Workers’ comp cases can also be filed for large injuries as well as seemingly innocuous ones; for example, overexertion is often a reason to file a workers’ comp claim.
Personal injury lawsuits, on the other hand, are largely dependent on proving negligence. If a person was negligent and that negligence resulted in the injury of another individual, the injured individual can pursue a third-party personal injury lawsuit to recover damages.
These lawsuits are used to compensate the individual for medical bills and lost wages, but they can also include things like pain and suffering and loss of enjoyment of life. However, workers’ are often unable to sue their employers.
Hurt in a Car Accident on the Job? Call Percy Law Group, P.C. at the Help You Need!
Every day, workers are injured in a car accident while traveling to meetings or making deliveries. The injured include tradesmen, construction workers, social workers, sales representatives and delivery drivers, whose office is essentially their car.
For workers who don't routinely drive for work, you may still be entitled to workers' compensation benefits if your car accident occurred while you were performing work duties.
These injured workers are entitled to workers' compensation benefits for lost wages and medical bills. Because Massachusetts workers' compensation laws are based on the principle of no fault, these workers should immediately seek help from our experienced and aggressive workers' compensation law team.
Experience to Address All of Your Concerns
When you are injured at work, your employer and their insurance adjuster will only be looking out for their own interests. We are dedicated to protecting your rights, and we have been protecting workers' rights for many years. We understand the difficult position you're in and your need for help.
Our attorneys and staff are friendly, helpful and happy to answer any questions or concerns that you have throughout the process. We are prepared to guide you through the entire workers' compensation process. Our goal will always be to make sure you get maximum benefits as soon as possible.
Don't wait to get help! Contact us today to discuss your claim with an experienced Taunton workers' comp lawyer during a free consultation.
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