Hurt at Work in Hartford?
Our Attorneys Fight For Injured Workers
Hartford has a wide range of companies - from insurance companies and other large employers downtown, to factories and small manufacturing plants. That's why it should come as no surprise that Hartford has a wide range of workplace injuries, ranging from back injuries on construction sites to repetitive stress injuries involving office workers.
Whatever type of workplace injury you're dealing with, make sure you have an experienced Hartford workplace injury lawyer on your side. Make sure you contact the Law Offices of Mark E. Salomone & Morelli. We know how to tackle tough cases - and win. Our law firm has recovered millions of dollars for construction accident victims throughout the state.
When you have us on your side, you can take an aggressive approach right from start. Instead of employers, doctors or insurance companies telling you what to do, you can demand the treatment - and the compensation - you deserve for your workplace injury.
100 Farmington Avenue, #2A
Hartford, CT 06105
Phone: (860) 548-9991
Common Workplace Injuries
There are many different types of workplace injuries in Hartford. The most common cases we regularly deal with at our law firm include:
- Construction accidents
- Slip and fall accidents
- Falls from a height
- Exposure to asbestos, other hazardous materials
- Burn injuries
- Head injuries
Workplace accidents sometimes involve people working for a different company. This is especially true on construction sites, where there are often several companies working at the same location. Such accidents are known as third-party workplace accidents.
No matter what type of workplace accident you're dealing with in Hartford, make sure you take your case seriously right from the start. Schedule an appointment with our law firm today.
How We Can Help
You might think you don't need a lawyer if you were hurt at work in Hartford. You might think that all you have to do is tell your employer you were hurt on the job and then file for workers' compensation.
Think again. In many cases, injured workers find that workers' compensation doesn't provide the benefits they need. Your employer may deny that the injury happened at work, or their insurance may downplay the extent of your injuries. And if you were injured due to the actions of a third party, such as a contractor, you may have the right to further compensation through a personal injury claim.
Such cases can be extremely complicated. That's why it's critical that you contact our law firm and learn all about your legal rights. Don't simply assume that you don't have a strong workplace accident case. Schedule a free case evaluation with our law firm. We can meet with you in our Hartford office or wherever's convenient for you.