Temporary Partial Disability Claims Lawyers IN NYC
If you’ve suffered from what’s referred to as a temporary partial disability, it means you have injured a part of your body that prevents you from working but are expected to make a full recovery. Until you are fully recovered, however, it is important that you explore your options when it comes to compensation.
If you suffered your injury at work, and you are unable to perform your job functions, you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits that can cover your medical bills, provide for future medical treatments, and pay you a portion of your wages during your time off work. If you can return to work, but only at a limited capacity, you are entitled to recover the differential between your former and current wages. As you can probably tell, workers’ compensation benefit laws are a complicated matter. That’s why you should seek counsel with the workers’ compensation attorneys Kaplan Lawyers PC. We’ve handled virtually all types of workers’ compensation cases, and we’ve had enormous success securing benefits for our clients. Our experienced and compassionate attorneys are here to evaluate your situation and figure out which programs will yield you the most returns.
If you’re unsure whether or not your injury is considered a temporary partial disability, contact Kaplan Lawyers PC for a free consultation. We can help evaluate your claim, guide you through your legal process, and win you the compensation that you deserve. We urge you not to hesitate. There are deadlines put in place that aim to lessen the amount of benefits you receive. If we’re unable to win your case, there are no legal fees. If you’ve been injured, even temporarily, you may be facing extensive bills which are made even more difficult due to the fact that you’re missing work. After an injury, you should be focusing on recovery and not complicated legal proceedings. Let us enforce your rights, we are here to help during your time of need.
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