Workers' Compensation Attorneys
Employees who have been injured on the job are eligible to receive benefits under the Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Act. That Act requires all employers to maintain insurance for the benefit of injured workers so that, if an employee is hurt on the job, he or she is entitled to receive medical and monetary benefits.
Common Injured Worker Cases:
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“Upon entering the office of Mahon, Quinn and Mahon, my mind was immediately set to ease. All office personal were kind, knowledgeable and professional. My case came to a swift and satisfying conclusion out of court resulting in all medical bills resolved and a small amount for pain and suffering.”
Click here to learn more about the Workers’ Compensation Act and some of the benefits available to injured workers.
- Pre-existing medical conditions
- Repetitive trauma injuries
- Denial of medical benefits
- Construction site accidents
- Wage loss benefits
- Heart and hypertension claims
- Police officer and fire fighter claims
- Other on-the-job injuries
Our Experience with Workers’ Compensation Cases
The workers' comp lawyers at Mahon, Quinn, & Mahon have over sixty years of collective experience representing injured employees under the Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Act. The field of workers’ compensation is a highly nuanced area of law that requires a certain level of knowledge and experience. Our long history of practicing in the workers’ compensation system means we have worked closely with the defense lawyers who regularly represent employers and insurance companies. We have developed a reputation with these attorneys as being honest, knowledgeable, and tireless advocates for our clients.
The relationships we have forged often enable us to work together to reach fair and just results in your cases. And, even when we don’t see eye to eye with our adversaries, they know to expect passionate and zealous representation from us for your legal rights.
Workers’ compensation cases are heard by the Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Commission. The Commission is split into eight districts throughout the state that service different geographic regions. Each district has commissioners – the equivalent of trial court judges – who are responsible for hearing workers’ compensation claims and deciding disputed issues. Our workers' compensation attorneys regularly appear at the district offices in Connecticut, including Hartford, Waterbury, Middletown, New Britain, and New Haven, and we have become familiar faces to the commissioners hearing cases there.
Whether you are an injured worker who is seeking benefits for a recent injury or a worker who is trying to resolve a long-standing claim, our familiarity with the workers’ compensation system in Connecticut will help ensure that you can receive all of the benefits that you deserve under the Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Act.
If you have been injured on the job, or if you have questions about your eligibility for benefits under the Act, we urge you to contact our office today for a free and confidential consultation.
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