New Hampshire Workers’ Compensation laws provide certain benefits for workers who are injured while working for their employers. Workplace injuries may occur suddenly and unexpectedly, or they may be the result of long-term repetitive motion or other chronic workplace safety problems. When a family member sustains an injury at work, the consequences for that entire family can be frightening. It is important that injured workers become fully informed of all their rights under New Hampshire Workers’ Compensation laws, in order to receive the full benefit of the many different aspects of these laws.
Insurance companies are not looking after your best interests.
Injured workers are often under the mistaken impression that an attorney is not necessary for a Workers’ Compensation case, simply because the employer and the workers’ compensation insurance company may sometimes accept the claim and begin paying benefits. However, even if insurance companies offer payment of medical bills and weekly temporary total disability benefits, workers are often entitled to more than these companies lead them to believe. The insurance companies often try to pacify injured workers and make them believe that they are there to help. In reality, it is the insurance adjuster’s job to save the insurance company as much money as possible, which means paying the injured workers as little as possible.
The two simple reasons why you need a workers’ compensation attorney
- The insurance adjuster’s job is to save the insurance company as much money as possible.
- Adjusters accomplish this by paying injured workers as little money as possible.
Attorney Thomas G. Ferrini can assist you in obtaining the maximum benefits available through the complicated Workers’ Compensation system.
The weekly temporary total disability benefit is also often calculated incorrectly by the workers’ compensation insurance carrier, without the injured worker or the New Hampshire Labor Department being aware of the miscalculation. There are many workers compensation benefits, including vocational rehabilitation and permanent partial impairment awards, which an injured worker may not fully learn from the insurance company. It is important for injured workers to obtain the advice of a knowledgeable, experienced attorney who can maximize the benefits available to the worker through the complicated workers’ compensation system.
Attorney Ferrini will secure the full workers’ compensation benefits you deserve. He is one of the most experienced workers compensation lawyers in the state of New Hampshire. Worker’s compensation cases are handled on a contingent fee basis, which means that there is no charge for legal fees unless and until Attorney Ferrini should help obtain workers’ compensation benefits that you are not already receiving. The contingency fee and Workers’ Compensation cases almost always only 20%. Attorney Ferrini will work tirelessly to secure the maximum compensation to which you are entitled for your injuries. He will also:
- Provide guidance on general questions as they arise.
- Protect against premature attempts to return to work before maximum medical improvement.
- Make sure that your case is settled only if it is in your own best interest to settle a case.
- Help you obtain the maximum possible settlement, if your case is appropriate for settlement.
- Provide peace of mind from knowing you have an advocate who is looking out for your best interest.