Ulster County Workers’ Compensation Lawyer
Experience to Give Clients the Care They Need Following an Injury
There are roughly 60,000 employed workers in Ulster County, NY, and the average household income for a family in this city is roughly $56,000. Each of these workers expects to work in a safe environment, and it is the duty of their employer to ensure that it happens. When it doesn’t, the results can be catastrophic, and victims could be eligible for benefits in a workers’ compensation claim. If you were injured in a work-related accident through no fault of your own, call the New York workers’ comp attorneys at Kirk & Teff, LLP for a free consultation about your case.
In order to successfully enter a claim for benefits, you must report an accident to your employer, fill out the necessary documentation, and send the information in within two days of the incident. There are some cases where the injuries sustained by the victim can be so severe that it is physically impossible to file a workers’ comp claim within the allotted time. When this occurs, there are alternatives and additional documentation that can be filed in order to continue with the process.
Get Help Recovering from Work-Related Injuries
Kirk & Teff, LLP can help you successfully file a claim to get the compensation you need for your injuries. Once you submit your claim, an insurer will be notified who will then conduct an investigation to approve coverage. While employers and insurers should look out for your best interests, they often may look for ways to deny a claim in order to save money.
It is important to have skilled legal assistance on your side when you need compensation for your injuries. Our New York workers’ comp attorneys are intent on providing excellent service for our clients. As your advocate, we will work with you throughout the duration of your case. Let us answer your questions regarding your case, advise you of the best legal action for you to take, and provide you with skillful legal assistance in your case.
Dial (800) 400-8986 now to get started planning your case.
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