What is Workers’ Compensation?
If you’ve suffered an injury on the job, you’ll likely hear the term “workers’ compensation” being thrown around. What, exactly, is workers’ compensation? Also known as “workers’ comp,” this term refers to financial compensation paid by the state to employees who are no longer able to work (or whose working abilities are limited) due to an injury, accident, disability, or newly developed medical condition. Learn more in our FAQs below, including “What does workers’ comp cover?” and “How do I choose a personal injury lawyer?”
What Does Workers’ Comp Cover?
When a work-related injury or illness leaves an employee unable to perform their day-to-day duties, he or she will face many difficult financial situations. Workers’ comp is available to cover expenses such as:
- Medical costs
- Lost wages
- Ongoing care costs
How to Choose a Personal Injury Lawyer
When seeking an attorney for a personal injury case, you need someone who is experienced, knowledgeable, dedicated to understand your unique situation inside and out, and fully committed to helping you through what may be the most difficult time of your life. Robert Noa has been providing this level of quality service for over 30 years, and has built a strong reputation throughout the Boston area by securing substantial benefits for injured clients time and time again. If you or a loved one has suffered an at-work injury and is in need of expert legal counsel, don’t wait another minute—call Attorney Robert Noa today.
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