NYC Temporary Total Disability Claims Lawyers
A temporary total disability can set an employee’s hours and productivity back substantially. If you have suffered from a temporary total disability, you know how hard it can be to earn wages with the same efficiency as you are used to. With these types of disabilities, a doctor has suggested that you will make a full recovery at some point.
Until you are fully recovered, however, it may be difficult to make a living or pay for what are often expensive medical bills. The workers’ compensation attorneys at Kaplan Lawyers PC understand your struggle. Our skilled team want to help you secure the benefits that will help keep you financially stable during your time of need.
A temporary total disability affects a worker’s entire body. Injuries of this sort can keep employees out of work for prolonged periods of time and can be caused by a multitude of reasons. Equipment malfunctions, fall from heights, slips, trips and falls can all cause a temporary total disability. If you’ve suffered from an injury of this sort and are unable to work as a result, it is in your best interest to explore options for compensation. If you have repeatedly had your claim dismissed, or are unsure how to get started, we can provide all the legal advice you’ll need to mount a strong case. At Kaplan Lawyers PC, we’ve got years of experience winning benefits for clients suffering from temporary total disabilities.
If you have been injured in an accident while at work, or if the very nature of your work has caused an injury or illness, and your condition will prevent you from returning to work contact the workers’ compensation attorneys at Kaplan Lawyers PC. There are many deadlines in place to try and limit the compensation you receive, so it is critical to contact us immediately so we can get you the benefits you need and deserve. Our consultations are free, and there is no fee if we are unable to obtain you benefits.
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