When an injury occurs, be it on the job or otherwise, you want Robert on your side to wade through the insurance ins and outs, as well as the complexities of the legal system. He is prepared to provide you with the most favorable outcome the law allows. Robert has extensive experience in Workers' Compensation; Personal Injury cases including Auto Accidents, Slip and Fall Accidents, Dog Bites, and Product Liability. Insurance companies do not have your best interests at heart. Their purpose is to pay as little as possible on each claim for the benefit of their shareholders. Robert realizes that all cases are different so he will fight to get you the maximum recovery under the unique circumstances of your case. If you live in Norwalk, Stamford, Bridgeport, or Danbury, Connecticut, reach out to Attorney Robert Sciglimpaglia to get started.
Being injured on the job is different from any other kind of injury because you have to take your employer into consideration. Here are some steps to take after being injured at work:
Report the injury to your employer. Do this as soon as you can. Don’t give your employer’s attorneys the opportunity to prove that your injury did not occur on company property or during your shift.
Tell your doctor. Let your healthcare provider know that your injury happened at work. When your doctor’s notes indicate this, you’ll have greater chances of receiving compensation.
Take your own notes. Provide your employer with a written notice (including the date of the injury and a description of the incident). You will have yet another safety net when seeking reimbursement.
In these situations, it can make all the difference to have a versatile, seasoned attorney on your side. A skilled professional can help at every stage of the process, including when you are filing your initial claims or, if necessary, when you are taking your case to court.
If you win your workers' compensation case, you may receive a cash settlement. Clients typically use their settlement in support of the following:
Paying for medical expenses
Replacing lost wages from time away from work
Taking care of ongoing care costs
Don't let a personal injury—especially if it occurred at work—ruin your future and your peace of mind. Reach out to Robert Sciglimpaglia at his offices in Norwalk, Stamford, and Danbury, Connecticut.