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Workers’ compensation law requires employers to carry insurance to pay for medical treatment for employees who are injured on the job. If a workplace injury keeps you from working for a period of time, you should file a workers’ comp claim for New Haven temporary disability benefits. Under Connecticut law, these benefits may be for either a temporary partial disability or a temporary total disability. A temporary partial disability is one that affects one or more body parts. A temporary total disability affects the ability to work at all.
At Jacobs & Jacobs, our New Haven temporary disability claims attorneys know how important it is for your workers’ compensation claim for disability benefits to succeed. We know you can become stressed because of a lack of income after getting hurt on the job.
Our personal injury lawyers are committed to guiding you through the often-complicated workers’ compensation application process. Call us at (203) 777-2300 to discuss your workers’ compensation claim.
We know that adjusters for insurance companies frequently try to deny workers’ claims for benefits or delay paying out on claims.
Insurance adjusters may contend, for example, that the medical records do not support a disability claim. Our personal injury attorneys have the experience and the advocacy skills to anticipate such tactics and push back effectively against them.
Even if the insurance company acts fairly, our law firm offers useful counsel on the types of workers’ compensation benefits you may be eligible for. These benefits include:
Even a short-term disability can be a matter of real concern to you. No matter how severe your condition, our disability attorneys can explain your rights and walk with you step-by-step through the application process. Our legal counsel helps you avoid mistakes and delays that can keep you from getting the benefits you need.
Defending your interests is especially critical if your disability has become permanent. Even if you are still able to work, you could receive permanent partial disability benefits. If you are not able to work at all due to your injury, you may be eligible not only for workers’ compensation, but also for the Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) program.
Workers’ compensation claims can become complicated and are best resolved with the help of a knowledgeable attorney. Contact us today at (203) 777-2300 to learn more about how we can help you get the benefits you deserve after becoming disabled—either temporarily or permanently—by a work-related injury or illness.