When Both Workers’ Compensation And Social Security Disability Are Applicable
Have you been hurt on the job in Long Island? Are you unable to work because of the accident or do you have huge medical expenses? If you will be unable to work for a year or longer, you may be eligible to apply for Social Security Disability (SSD) as well as workers’ compensation.
Do you need long-term medical care, including physical therapy or rehabilitation? Will your injuries prevent you from ever returning to the job you had? Will you need job retraining to work in the future? When you have been injured on the job in New York, you want a lawyer who thoroughly understands New York’s workers’ compensation laws, who will help you understand your options, and who will fight to get full and fair compensation for your injuries. At the Klein Law Group, in New York City, our Long Island workers’ compensation attorneys handle workplace injury claims for individuals throughout New York City and Long Island. T
Our Workers’ Compensation Attorneys Serve Long Island And Nearby Communities
Our workers’ compensation attorneys handle work-related injury claims in New York City and across Long Island.
If you have suffered a workplace injury on Long Island, you have a right to recover compensation under New York’s workers’ compensation laws. This includes money to pay for lost wages or income, the costs of medical care, and the expense of physical therapy, as well as vocational rehabilitation.
Tap Into All Sources Of Financial Relief After An On-The-Job Injury
Workers’ compensation laws were set up in New York to benefit employers, providing a way to minimize their liability for workplace injury or illness. The workers’ compensation laws are supposed to represent an agreement between workers and management. In exchange for relinquishing their right to sue for work-related injuries, employees are entitled to compensation for lost wages, medical expenses and vocational rehabilitation. Accordingly, the New York worker’s compensation laws generally provide the only remedy for recovery for a workplace injury in the state, with some exceptions. Our Long Island workers’ compensation attorneys know the circumstances where you may be able to recover more than just workers’ compensation benefits and will analyze your case to determine all potential sources of income – possibly including Social Security Disability (SSD) if you will be unable to work for a year or longer. .
In our experience, workers’ compensation insurance companies and employers often fail to live up to their end of the bargain, routinely refusing to pay valid claims or stopping payments before workers are able to return to their jobs.In cases of serious injuries, workers often need legal help. A lawyer can also advise injured employees of their possible eligibility for SSD benefits. At the offices The Klein Law Group, P.C., our attorneys aggressively protect disabled workers’ rights. Put our experience to work for you.
We Can Determine Your Eligibility For Workers’ Comp And SSD Benefits
At the offices of The Klein Law Group, P.C., we handle all workplace injury claims on a contingent fee basis. Unless we recover for your injury, we do not charge an attorney fee.
If you have suffered a work-related injury, contact the experienced Long Island workers’ compensation lawyers at the offices of The Klein Law Group, P.C., in New York City, to schedule a free initial consultation. Call 917-639-5350.