Law Firm Helping You Obtain Workers' Compensation Medical Benefits

Workers' compensation provides compensation for a percentage of the injured worker's lost wages, impairment of earning capacity and certain disfiguring injuries. It also provides medical benefits for treating the injury/illness and to cover out-of-pocket medical expenses. Many workers have trouble getting the benefits they need on their own, however. They need a lawyer's help.

At The Law Office of George H. Romania, LLC, we understand that receiving adequate benefits is critical to your recovery and your family's well-being. We have years of experience with Connecticut workers' compensation cases. We will review your claim and determine whether you are getting the medical benefits you need. For a free consultation with a Connecticut workers' compensation medical benefits attorney, please call 888-350-3891.

Your Injury Or Illness Is Covered

Connecticut workers' compensation provides medical benefits for on-the-job injuries and occupational diseases. In most cases, injuries and illnesses are covered by workers' compensation, even if the worker is at fault for the accident. Medical benefits include:

  • All necessary and appropriate medical treatment
  • Medical bills paid by employer or employer's insurance carrier
  • Reimbursement for travel to medical appointments
  • Reimbursement for lost work time for medical treatment
  • Prescription reimbursement
  • Right to see your own doctor

In addition to workers' comp benefits, you may collect additional damages if a negligent third party was also responsible for your injury. A negligent third party may be the manufacturer of defective safety equipment or the driver of a vehicle that causes your accident. We can file a separate personal injury suit against the third party, and seek damages for pain and suffering, and other losses not covered by workers' comp.

Contact A Meriden Workers' Comp Attorney

To schedule a free consultation, please call us in New Haven at 888-350-3891 or contact us online.