NYC Injured Immigrant Workers Lawyers
Immigrants play an important part in today’s economy, and as such, are as much entitled to workers’ compensation benefits as anyone else. The workers’ compensation attorneys at Kaplan Lawyers PC want to stress that even undocumented injured workers are entitled to benefits.
Amongst alien workers, there is often a fear of coming forward and presenting your case. Remember, ALL workers, regardless of the status of their work permit, visa, or green card, are entitled to workers’ compensation if they have been injured on the job.
Contact Us Immediately
The worst thing you can do is hesitate. At Kaplan Lawyers PC we understand the uncertainty when coming forward with an injury, but want you to know that ALL injured workers are entitled to benefits including: medical treatment, ongoing medical care, and in some cases, the recovery of lost wages during your time away from work. We offer FREE consultations. And if we do not win your case, there are no legal fees to be paid. We are here to help you through your time of need. There is no need to suffer through an injury alone.
You Are Protected Under NYS Law
Your boss may try to strike a deal with you but it is not in your best interest to accept such an offer. You are entitled to a fair hearing under the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board, and our experienced workers’ compensation lawyers can help to maximize your returns. Your immigration status will not affect the benefits you receive. We can explain to you all of the rights you have and then help enforce those rights in court.
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