New York City Work Injury Attorneys
On-the-job injuries can create very real challenges in the lives of injured workers as well as the lives of their families. One comfort after being injured on the job can be the fact that it may seem that workers' compensation is there to take care of your medical and financial needs. While the workers' compensation system offers a great degree of security to workers, it is not without its flaws.
If you have been injured at work, you need to take steps to ensure that you receive the full scope of financial and medical benefits that your injury deserves. Having an experienced workers' compensation attorney to help you navigate the workers' comp system can help greatly increase your chances of being fully compensated for your injury.
At Levine and Wiss, our Nassau County workers' compensation attorneys have decades of combined experience helping injured workers to receive the benefits that they will need to help them on their road to recovery. Our attorneys also bring experience from having previously defended insurance companies against claims. This knowledge allows us to prepare for the tactics insurance companies are likely to use to try and reject or minimize your claim.
Let Our Team Examine Your Workers' Compensation Claim
We employ a team of investigators and expert witnesses who can help uncover the facts and help build a solid case that will help you recover the benefits your injury truly deserves. If we discover that any parties apart from your employer were responsible for your injury, we will pursue what is called a third party claim against them as well as your workers' compensation claim.
To protect your rights and to help you secure the kind of compensation that your loss warrants, turn to the experienced personal injury lawyers of Levine and Wiss, PLLC. We are dedicated to helping our clients secure the maximum compensation. Call toll free at 1.888.GOT.HURT (468-4878) or simply contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation. Our representation is offered on a contingent fee basis. We only collect attorneys fees if we secure compensation for you.