Injured at Work? | Joel H. Schwartz, P.C.
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Injured at Work?

If you ever become injured on the job, many questions will come to mind. Who will pay for my medical treatment? Will my employer continue to pay me even though I am unable to work? Is my job safe if I can eventually return to work?

Above all else, realize that your health is most important. Immediately following your injury it is important to receive the best possible medical treatment.

Although you hope it never happens, your employer may refuse to pay for current or future medical bills. If you feel you are being treated unfairly it may be time to contact an experienced Boston worker’s compensation attorney. This will help ensure that all your medical bills are paid.

While the worker’s compensation system is supposed to be simple, things don’t always work out this way. For this reason, hiring an attorney becomes a necessity.

With many changes and loopholes regarding worker’s compensation law it is difficult for attorneys, let alone employers and employees, to stay current. If you are injured, seek medical help. From there, make sure you hire an attorney if your employer is not cooperating.

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