Workers’ compensation benefits for injured workers in Connecticut, as in other states, are calculated at 75 percent of employees’ wages. See the weekly benefits’ tables posted on the website of the State of Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Commission for detailed examples of typical workers’ comp payments.
How To File A Workers’ Compensation Claim After A Serious Work Injury And Maximize Disability Benefits
To successfully navigate the complex process of procuring and maximizing workers’ compensation benefits, most injured workers rely on the assistance, guidance and representation of experienced workers’ comp attorneys. Contact Sousa & Minogue, LLC, to schedule a free initial consultation.
SETTLED! Injured worker at Allegheny Ludlum Corporation
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What About Private Insurance?
If you have been hurt on the job, you no doubt have plenty of worries above and beyond wage replacement. You wonder how to obtain the greatest benefits available to you through workers’ compensation and through private and employer-provided disability insurance. You wonder how you will get your medical care and rehabilitation costs covered. You wonder whether you qualify for private or employer-provided permanent or temporary disability insurance.
Our attorneys have helped recover tens of millions of dollars for injured UPS truck drivers, construction workers and other Connecticut employees who have been hurt at work.
Clients of the workers’ compensation and personal injury law firm Sousa & Minogue, LLC, come to us from all walks of life. Blue-collar workers, UPS truck drivers, construction workers, police officers, firefighters and professionals alike rely on the experience and dedication of the attorneys of Sousa & Minogue, LLC. We are focused on helping every client obtain the wage replacement, medical and disability benefits they qualify for when they are no longer able to work after a serious job site injury.
Discuss with an experienced lawyer the most expeditious route to filing claims for benefits to cover wage replacement. Learn how to obtain workers’ compensation benefits for medical care and rehabilitation costs. Contact Sousa & Minogue, LLC, in Shelton, Connecticut, at 888-973-8204.