State, local and county government workers such as police workers, fire department workers, building department workers, sheriff department workers, clerical staff and sanitation workers do work hard for a living. All too often, insult is added to injury because their just claim for workers' compensation benefits is denied. Government workers deserve better.
If you are a state employee, county employee or municipal government employee who has been injured during the course of performing your job, you are entitled to receive workers' compensation benefits, including, if applicable, assault pay. Your injury can involve physical injury, emotional harm, mental disability or occupational-related disease. In all of these cases, workers' compensation benefits can pay you for lost wages, medical expenses and rehabilitation costs.
Massachusetts has a "no fault" workers' compensation system, which means your benefits are not tied to what you did or how you did it. Our attorneys will fight to help you obtain all the benefits you are entitled to.
This is often a necessary fight, for example, when:
No matter what your position within the government or how you were injured, you deserve to be taken care of. At Percy Law Group, we consider it our responsibility to ensure that government workers receive full and fair compensation after an injury—and we work hard to achieve it. If you have questions about your case, if you are unsure about what to do next, or if you would just like to talk to an attorney about your options, we encourage you to contact us immediately. Call (508) 718-2545 now!
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