Settling a Workers’ Compensation Claim in Massachusetts
Our workers’ compensation lawyer in Boston at Kantrovitz & Associates, P.C. are dedicated to helping our clients secure the workers’ compensation benefits they’re entitled to. We have helped many individuals to win substantial awards for their injuries and occupational diseases. We understand the entire workers’ compensation process and all Massachusetts workers’ compensation laws as well. We perform free case evaluations for injured workers to help them to determine if they’re eligible for workers’ compensation benefits in Boston.Understanding the Massachusetts Workers’ Compensation System
In Massachusetts, the no-fault system is followed, which requires that an employer’s insurance company must pay benefits to workers injured on the job, regardless of proof that the employer was negligent in any way. Injured workers are entitled to a lump-sum settlement or a monthly benefit reflecting a portion of their average weekly wage. Our workers’ compensation attorney can help determine what amount is appropriate for your injuries, and to ensure you get a fair settlement. We can evaluate your case and help you to understand the benefits you’re entitled to. Some benefits include partial disability, health care services, temporary total disability, permanent and total disability, and permanent scarring or disfigurement.Call to Schedule a Free Legal Consultation With a Workers’ Compensation Attorney Today
Having an experienced Boston workers’ compensation attorney advocating for your rights is in your best interest. At Kantrovitz & Associates, P.C., we serve injured workers and present their case to insurers, attorneys, and judges. Call 800-367-0871 today to schedule a no-cost legal consultation. We serve Suffolk County including Boston, Jamaica Plain, and Revere; Middlesex County including Cambridge, Framingham, Lowell, Malden, Newton, Somerville, and Waltham; Norfolk County including Brookline; Essex County including Haverhill, Lawrence, and Salem; Worcester County including Fitchburg, Leominster, and Worcester as well as Plymouth County including Brockton and Plymouth.