Work-related injuries can temporarily interrupt your day-to-day professional duties. Damage that is more serious can end your career. At Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon, we protect the rights of hard-working residents and work hard to secure the compensation they deserve.
In addition to the physical pain, you feel fear and uncertainty of the future. You are suddenly and shockingly out of work. Yes, worker’s compensation may be available, but it may not be enough to compensate you appropriately. Your job may have ceased temporarily, but your financial obligations continue. That level of stress is the last thing you need when dealing with serious back or neck injuries.
Dealing with a worker’s compensation claim on your own ignores the complexities of the law. You need a knowledgeable and compassionate advocate at your side who knows exactly what you are entitled to by law, not what the insurance company tells you. That is where we come in at Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon. Call on one of our experienced worker’s compensation attorneys to be at your side throughout the entire process.
By law, your employer should have worker’s compensation insurance in case one of their employees is injured. However, even with coverage, there are hurdles to overcome and issues to address. All we ask is that you focus on recovering from your injuries and attending to doctor’s appointments while we handle the legal aspects of your workers compensation claim.