Everyday, residents in Connecticut go to work. This might seem like a routine action and is a very necessary part of life, providing a livable income to individuals in all areas, industries and careers, but it can quickly turn into a dangerous activity. An employee can suffer a workplace injury or illness in a workplace accident, which could prove detrimental to his or her health. One of these incidences could result in the inability to work, either temporarily or permanently. Therefore, it is important for employees, no matter where they work, to understand their rights and options following a workplace accident.

Because workers rely on their income to maintain their lifestyle and pay for their basic needs, it is in their best interests to get the medical treatment they need to allow them to recover and return to work. Recovering from a workplace accident can take some time, though, which means that a victim may be unable to work during this time. At the Law Offices of Wesley M. Malowitz, our experienced legal team is sensitive to this difficult situation, and we are dedicated to helping injured workers obtain the benefits they need in order to obtained beneficial medical care and financial stability.

Workers’ compensation benefits are extremely beneficial to those harmed in the workplace. Whether an injury was suffered by a falling, slipping-and-falling, a falling object, tripping on debris on the floor, malfunctioning machinery, repetitively motioning, or unsafe work conditions, our law firm is dedicated to helping our clients prove their case. With 25 years of experience, we have the resources necessary to collect pertinent documents and medical records for a workers’ compensation claim. Even when an employee is initially denied these benefits, we are prepared to fight hard to prove our clients claim and recover the compensation they need.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s workplace accidents website. While no employee expects to be harmed in a workplace accident, these incidents occur more frequently than many know. Thus, it is important to be aware of your rights and what you can do to offset the physical and financial hardships forced upon you when you are injured on the job.