Connecticut Workers' Compensation Lawyers

According to the state of Connecticut Workers' Compensation Commission, workers' compensation is designed to provide benefits and medical treatment for workers who are injured or become ill because of their jobs. Most employees, including part-time and full-time employees, are covered by workers' compensation benefits. These benefits are provided by your employer's insurance coverage, which means that you generally may not sue your employer for injuries or illnesses sustained on the job. We at Carter Mario Injury Lawyers are well-versed regarding workers' compensation and can help you file for the benefits you need.

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Understanding the Connecticut Workers' Compensation Commission

The Connecticut Workers' Compensation Act was enacted in 1913, and the state of Connecticut Workers' Compensation Commission was created to handle claims and administer the act's statutes and regulations.

Headquartered in Hartford, the Workers' Compensation Commission has eight district offices throughout the state:

  • Bridgeport
  • Hartford
  • Middletown
  • New Britain
  • New Haven
  • Norwich
  • Stamford
  • Waterbury

The Workers' Compensation Commission's list of Connecticut towns and their workers' compensation districts can help you find which office serves your town.

How Carter Mario Injury Lawyers Can Help

The state's Workers' Compensation Commission makes decisions on work comp benefits claims. If you want to dispute a decision, our skilled Connecticut workers' compensation attorneys from Carter Mario Injury Lawyers can help. We have years of experience handling workers' compensation claims, and we are familiar with the hearings process. You don't have to face the Workers' Compensation Commission alone-our Connecticut workers' compensation lawyers want to help you get the benefits you need, including medical care, lost wages, and more. As our client, you can expect 24/7 availability and step-by-step guidance. We are here to help you with the entire process.

Contact us today to learn more about how we can assist you.