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Workers' Compensation

You have worked hard on your job for the sole purpose of earning a living, so you can pay bills and save for the future. However, there is nothing more disheartening than being injured on a job. Even worse, being denied a claim from a ruthless insurance provider. Or, maybe your employer is pressuring you to come back and threatening to replace you. Regardless of your circumstance, no one should have to worry about making ends meet after being injured at work.

At Anzalone Law Firm, PLLC we’re experienced personal injury lawyers specializing in workers compensation. We represent workers who suffer from a work-related injuries or illnesses. Contact us or call for a free consultation at 603.548.3797.

What is Workers' Compensation?

Workers' compensation is a type of insurance, required by law, to be paid out to an employee who is injured while on the job. Injuries aren’t limited to injuries caused by falls, loss of limbs or other physical injuries. Occupational injuries, such as illnesses caused by toxic substances and smoke inhalation caused by a fire are examples of job related injuries.

The type of injuries include traumatic accidents, diseases, and injuries caused by toxic substances or repetitive motion injuries. One of the leading job-related injuries include Overexertion Injuries. An overexertion injury may include carrying, pushing, holding and lifting.

Are All Employees Covered Under Work Workers' Compensation?

In the State of New Hampshire, employers are required to carry workers' compensation insurance on part-time and full-time employees. Sole proprietors and independent contractors are excluded.

What if it’s Completely My Fault?

Some employers believe that if an injury was caused by an employee, that it’s automatically the employee's fault and not theirs. They believe they are not responsible for the employee's injuries.

In New Hampshire, employees are covered by Worker’s Compensation regardless of whether it was their fault or not.

What Happens if My Claim is Denied?

Unfortunately some employers will go as far as disputing a workers’ compensation claim by accusing an injured employee of fraud. As a result, their worker’s compensation claim is denied. Then there are cases where an employee may be approved for a worker’s compensation, but the employee may feel that he or she is not receiving an adequate amount of compensation.

Workers' compensation hearings are complex, stressful and time-consuming. When you have an experienced lawyer working on your side, it can make a difficult situation more tolerable.

In both scenarios and employee will need an aggressive Worker’s Compensation lawyer to fight for their rights. If you Worker’s Compensation claim has been denied or you feel that you haven’t received enough monetary compensation, our personal injury lawyers in Nashua are here to help you.

Get the Compensation You Deserve for Your Job-Related Injury

If you injured on the job you are entitled to receive compensation. Our workers’ compensation attorney will help you gain the proper monetary compensation you rightfully deserve.

Give our office a call to start the process of filing for workers’ compensation. If you have been denied a claim or you feel you haven’t received an accurate amount of compensation, give us a call, we can help.

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Great lawyer...Professional, organized, caring and effective. Michael is very informative and was always willing to explain the reasons behind what was being done. Can't say enough about how helpful he was every step of the way. It was really nice to feel like I actually understood what was going on with my case. Catherine Veilleux