155 North Main Street, Attleboro, MA 02703 | (508) 223-1133
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If you have been injured while working in Attleboro, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits for your lost wages, medical bills, job retraining and in some cases, a lump sum settlement, among other losses. We work with experienced Attleboro workers’ compensation lawyers that charge no fee until you receive benefits or a settlement. Call us for a free (no obligation) case evaluation or fill out a contact form online.

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Workers' Compensation Lawyers of the Attleboro, MA Office

(L-R) Paul d’Oliveira (Attorney), Cara Gallucci (Attorney), Kristen DiChiaro (Office Manager / Paralegal), Jill Johnson (Paralegal), Jerilyn Willner (Legal Assistant), Mary Lou Mancini (Paralegal/Legal Assistant)

Are Weekly Benefits For Lost Wages Obtainable?

If you are injured while working and are incapable to return back to work, you can collect weekly benefits for lost income, which could include temporary total disability or partial disability or permanent and total disability. Read More.

What Should Be Done If My Workers’ Compensation Claim Is Denied?

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If your workers’ compensation claim is rejected, it can be a long process in order to have a dispute resolved. Usually the insurance adjuster, you and your lawyer will come together in several negotiation meetings to try to avoid going to a hearing. Sometimes, though, hearings are vital, in which case you may appear before a Judge to decide your case. Read More.

Our Best Workers’ Compensation Settlements:

$300,000 Settlement – While at work, the client was walking down a flight of stairs, which collapsed, causing him to sustain a serious lower back injury requiring surgery. Our firm maintained joint responsibility with another worker’s compensation attorney, who lump sum settled the case. Read More.

Is A Lump Sum Settlement Available For Me?

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It depends. If your injury is severe, you employer’s insurance company may propose a lump sum settlement, instead of paying you weekly worker compensation checks. Read More.

What Benefits Can I Receive in Attleboro?

Typical benefits are lost income, payment for medical bills, disfigurement, job retraining and, in some cases, a lump sum settlement. Read More.

What Procedures Take Place After an Injury At Work In Attleboro?

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  1. Make your employer aware of your injury right away.
  2. Write an injury report.
  3. See your doctor.
  4. Remain adamant that employer reports your injury to their insurance company.
  5. Call an experienced Attleboro workers’ compensation lawyer for a free consultation. Read More.

When Will I Have A Workers’ Compensation Third Party Claim?

You may have a third party claim if your injury is the product of someone other than your employer or co-workers, such as a sub-contractor or one of their employees. These cases also compensate you for pain and suffering and are more intricate. Read More.

Which Injuries In Attleboro Are Compensable?

Any injury while you are working is compensable. Virtually all injuries are covered, however, there are some that are more common than others. Read More.

What is Vocational Rehabilitation?

vocational rehabilitationVocational rehabilitation is therapy, which allows injured persons with various impairments or health conditions to overcome any obstacles, which are preventing them from returning to work. Read More.

Why Contact Us?

Attleboro Workers' Compensation Lawyer meeting clientIf you have been injured at work in Attleboro, contact the Attleboro workers compensation lawyers located at 155 North Main Street, Attleboro, MA 02703. You may be entitled to compensation for your injuries, medical bills, and lost wages, among other losses. We work with experienced workers compensation lawyers that charge no fee unless you obtain benefits or a settlement. For a free (no obligation) case evaluation, call us at 508-223-1133 or toll free at 1-800-992-6878. You may also fill out a contact form on our site.