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Workers’ Compensation

Protecting Your Rights To Workers’ Compensation

You like your job. You’ve been working for a long time. It’s hard work, but you enjoy going to work every day. Then one day, something unexpected happens and you get injured. Your doctor removes you from work and you’re not sure for how long or if you’ll ever be able to go back. You’re upset and anxious because you have your future all planned out and you have people depending on you. You have rent, a mortgage, bills. … What do you do? Contact the compassionate, assertive worker’s’ compensation attorney at Chisholm Law LLC.

No Upfront Fee Or Out-Of-Pocket Costs. Ever.

When you’ve been injured at work, it can be one of the most traumatic experiences in your life. You don’t know where to turn, but know you need help. You want to call a lawyer, but are concerned about the cost. At Chisholm Law, this is not a concern. If we don’t win your case, we don’t get paid! It’s that simple. The fees in a workers’ compensation claim are all contingency based, which means you pay ABSOLUTELY NOTHING upfront to retain our services. If your case resolves by way of a settlement, the attorney’s fees and expenses are deducted from the proceeds of the settlement.

Benefits Of Workers’ Comp Law

The Massachusetts workers’ compensation statute is a no-fault wage replacement system, found in Chapter 152 of the Massachusetts General Laws and administered by the Department of Industrial Accidents. This wage replacement system provides medical and financial benefits to injured workers who are unable to perform their job because of a work-related injury, whether that be physical or psychological. Weekly workers’ compensation benefits are due to injured workers when they are unable to perform their job.

Benefits can come in a few forms, such as:

  • Temporary total disability
  • Temporary partial disability
  • Permanent disability
  • Total disability

Additionally, injured workers are entitled to medical benefits, provided those benefits are reasonable, necessary and causally related to the industrial injury. An injured worker can also obtain monetary benefits for loss of function, disfigurement and scarring. Vocational rehabilitation is also possible. If your worker’s comp benefits have been denied, please call us right away. Let us do the legal work so you can rest and recover.

Seek The Counsel Of An Experienced Workers’ Comp Attorney Today

If you received injuries on your job, first seek medical care. Then, contact Chisholm Law for a free evaluation of your workers’ compensation claim. Call 978-942-6959 or connect online.