Here To Help When You Are Hurt At Work
If you have suffered a workplace injury, it is critical to get appropriate legal advice and to start the workers’ compensation process as soon as possible. The personal injury law firm of the Law Office of Toby M. Schaffer, offers experienced Stamford workers’ compensation representation that will cost you nothing if you don’t receive benefits.
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Why A Workers’ Comp Lawyer Makes Sense
After suffering a work-related injury or illness, it is important that you retain an attorney who understands how to investigate your case and gather all of the medical information necessary to file a successful claim. A large percentage of workers’ compensation claims are initially denied because the injured worker files the claim without fully understanding the complex process.
At the Law Office of Toby M. Schaffer, we avoid common mistakes that lead to claim denials. We have won both straightforward and complicated cases for many workers’ compensation clients, involving innumerable types of injuries. We can help you recover compensation benefits for:
- Permanent disability
- Temporary disability
- Construction site injuries
- Commercial car or truck accident injuries
- Repetitive stress injuries
- Defective manufacturing equipment injuries
We Advocate For You From Start To Finish
Workers’ compensation is handled in specialized tribunals called commissions, which are located in many cities and towns throughout the state. Worker’s compensation has its own set of laws, which are completely different than regular negligence laws. Filing a successful worker’s compensation claim often means fighting through a great deal of red tape and the clearing of numerous legal hurdles.
Attorney Toby M. Schaffer knows how the process works and can help you get the money to which you are entitled to. We offer a free consultation and, as mandated by law, we are only allowed to charge you a percentage of the money you receive for your benefits. If you do not receive benefits, you will not pay any attorney’s fees.