Skilled Guidance In UPS Workplace Accidents
At Sousa & Minogue, LLC, we have helped recover millions of dollars for injured Connecticut UPS truck drivers who have been hurt at work. If you are a United Parcel Service driver and were hurt while loading/unloading, hauling or performing other work duties, call us today.
“The law firm of Sousa & Minogue, LLC, has represented me in my workers’ compensation claim as a result of injuries to my neck, back, shoulders and knees that I sustained while working as a truck driver for United Parcel Service. Attorney Sousa has represented dozens of my fellow UPS employees. If you are injured at work call Sousa & Minogue, LLC. Like me, I am sure you will be happy you did.” – George B., a satisfied client
Vigorously Representing UPS Workers When They Have Been Seriously Injured
Stratford UPS workplace accident lawyer Robert C. Sousa has a strong track record of success on behalf of truck drivers who have suffered traumatic injuries as well as repetitive stress injuries. These injuries often include severe neck or back pain, broken bones, or lacerations as a result of lifting or the loading/unloading of heavy packages or cargo.
Often, the long-term consequences of a commercial driver’s injuries are not immediately apparent. Over time, however, the lingering effects of an injury may become severe enough to render a commercial driver unable to continue working, or to continue doing regular activities at home (mowing the lawn, clearing snow from the driveway or doing home maintenance) or at play (fishing, golfing or hiking, for example).
For this reason, it is important for an injured driver to obtain a thorough medical evaluation as soon as possible after a traumatic injury – or as soon as possible after the onset of a repetitive stress disorder.
Do not hesitate to contact our law offices simply because you do not think your injury is bad enough to make you eligible for workers’ compensation. We have assisted many UPS employees before you, including recently retired injured drivers. We can also help if you were hit by another driver – who was drunk driving, texting while driving or reckless driving – or injured by faulty equipment or chemical exposure while on the job. These are called “third-party claims” and often provide additional compensation for those hurt. If you lost a family member who was a UPS worker, get in touch with us to find out if you have a wrongful death case.
What To Expect When We Talk Or Meet
Attorney Robert C. Sousa will work with you to learn about your injuries and the circumstances that caused your injuries. We will explain how Connecticut workers’ compensation laws apply to your case and guide you through the claims process. We want to help you recover, and we will do everything possible to make sure you are receiving the medical treatment you need.
If you are a UPS employee in Connecticut and suffer from the effects of a workplace injury, ask other drivers at your terminal for a workers’ compensation lawyer referral. Chances are, they will refer you to Sousa & Minogue, LLC.
Get Flexible, Accessible Advice And Representation
We invite you to contact Sousa & Minogue, LLC, at 800-807-2893 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your workers’ compensation claim. We represent clients in Shelton and Bridgeport and throughout New Haven and Fairfield counties. Regular office hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Meetings on the weekend can also be arranged. Need to meet at your home, apartment or hospital? Not a problem, we can come to you. Se habla español.