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How to Calculate Injury Compensation Premiums

by Carter Mario | November 25th, 2015

When you’re hurt, the last thing you want to do is worry about injury compensation premiums. The lawyers at Carter Mario have plenty of experience dealing with this exact issue. Your goal is to focus on proper treatment. Our goal is to focus on representation and reimbursement for your pain and suffering. Our state’s Workers Compensation […]

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How to Fill Out a 30C Form

by Carter Mario | November 4th, 2015

When you get hurt at work, you may feel several emotions: pain, fear, sadness, lost, and confused. It’s important to know what your options are for you and your loved ones who depend you, not just for your income, but to get back to being the person you were before the injury. Under Connecticut law, […]

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Steps For Onsite Injury Prevention in Connecticut

by Carter Mario | July 8th, 2015

According to OSHA, 12 workers are killed each day on the job and over 9,000 workers are injured. Work site injury prevention program keep valuable employees at the job site and increases productivity by keeping employees on the job and working without days off due to injuries and illness. They also save employer money by […]

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Hurt at Work? Follow These Steps

by Andrew Wallace | October 8th, 2014

No one wants or plans to get hurt at work, but it happens. Too often, people choose not to do anything immediately because they value their job and they are concerned about getting fired or creating tension with their boss. Later, if they do decide they want to do something, it’s often too late because […]

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Are you allergic to your job? You may be able to get compensated for it!

by Andrew Wallace | August 28th, 2014

Allergies to your environment, carpal tunnel, repetitive motion back injuries, and psychological injury due to physical injury, all have something in common; you may be compensated for them if it happened in relation to the workplace. Injury in the workplace, however, is often thought to mean exclusively a sudden accident (such as a fall). This […]

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What Are Some Of The Most Common Types Of Occupational Disease?

by Andrew Wallace | November 8th, 2013

If you’ve developed an illness or disease while you’ve been on the job, the Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Act provides compensation for medical treatment, lost wages, and other expenses caused by your work-related illness. If you need your benefits right away, don’t hesitate to call the Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Attorneys at Carter Mario Injury Lawyers. We’ll help you […]

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What Workers’ Compensation Benefits Are Available?

by Andrew Wallace | October 29th, 2013

If you’ve been hurt on the job, one of the most common questions the Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Lawyers at Carter Mario Injury Lawyers are asked is what programs are available to help you in your recovery. There are seven different types of workers’ compensation benefits, and the benefits you receive will depend on the nature and severity […]

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Why Is It Important For An Injured Worker To File A 30C Form?

by Andrew Wallace | October 19th, 2013

If you’ve been hurt on the job or are diagnosed as having a work-related disease, you should file a claim for workers’ compensation as soon as possible. Connecticut’s Form 30C is the official form that the Workers’ Compensation Commission uses for this purpose. The Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Lawyers at carter Mario Injury Lawyers can help […]

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4 Things To Do When If You Are Injured On The Job

by Andrew Wallace | October 8th, 2013

If you get hurt on the job, what do you do next? It’s a common question that each Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Attorney at Carter Mario Injury Lawyers is prepared to discuss anytime you have a question about the Workers’ Compensation system. When an accident occurs, there are four things you need to take care of […]

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3 Tips For Getting A Workers Compensation Case Started

by Andrew Wallace | September 29th, 2013

If you are hurt in the course of your job, your employer may provide you with payment for your injuries. However, just because you have been hurt while on the job, that doesn’t automatically mean your employer will provide you with workers’ comp benefits.

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