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Workers’ compensation was developed to assist people who have been injured while at work. If you have been injured while working for an employer, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation.
Workers’ compensation claims are awarded based on strict liability so they can be very complex and difficult to handle. This means that as long as your injuries or illness is a direct result of your employment, you are entitled to workers’ compensation.
Per the workers’ compensation law, you may be eligible for up to 104 weeks of temporary disability benefits. If you are left permanently unable to work after reaching a maximum medical improvement, you may be eligible for permanent total disability benefits. On-the-job injuries can include injuries from accidents or from repetitive motion trauma as well as illnesses caused by the nature of your work or work environment. You have only 30 days to report your injury to your employer and a two-year period in which to file your claim.
If you have been injured in the workplace, Mr. Rochman can assist you in receiving the compensation you deserve. Our decades of experience in workers compensation law, personal injury law and beyond give us the experience and knowledge necessary to help you resolve your legal manner in the most favorable way possible. Contact us today for your free consultation.