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Your Advocate In Worcester Workers' Compensation

Workers who suffer injuries on the job want to recover and get back to work as quickly as possible. However, you also want fair compensation. You want to be treated with respect. Unfortunately, your employer and the workers' compensation insurance company often will do just the opposite, delaying your claim and denying you compensation for your hard work and injury.

Get Fair Compensation For Medical Bills And Lost Wages

As the principal of the Law Office of Michael J. Reno, P.C., in Worcester, Massachusetts, I understand the significant impact a serious workplace injury can have on you and your family. You have to deal with physical pain and disability, and you also may be in need of economic support to pay medical bills and compensate for lost wages. I can help.

Contact me today for a free consultation with an attorney you can trust.

My firm represents individuals in a number of different industries, such as factory workers, machine operators, truck drivers, warehouse workers, CNA, nurses, construction workers and office employees, who have suffered the following injuries:

  • Back injury
  • Neck injury
  • Shoulder injury
  • Knee injury
  • Hand and wrist injuries
  • Crushed limbs
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome Wwe
  • Repetitive stress injuries
  • Emotional injuries
  • Heart attack or stroke

If you have serious injuries that keep you out of work, you have no income coming in. I understand the urgency of these circumstances. If you have been injured on the job, whether you have already had a denied claim, or you are just beginning the process, I will work quickly to help facilitate your care and recover your losses.

How Workers' Compensation Works

  1. To qualify for workers' compensation lost wage benefits, you must be unable to work for five or more days due to an on-the-job injury. The statute of limitations gives you four years to file your claim in Massachusetts. However, we encourage you to retain a lawyer as soon as possible to ensure that your rights are protected and you are getting all the benefits you deserve.
  2. Payment without prejudice allows insurance companies to pay injured workers for up to 180 days without formally accepting liability. You should contact a workers' compensation attorney such as Michael J. Reno if you have received a request to extend that 180 day period.
  3. Workers' compensation entitles you to medical treatment. It also entitles you to wage benefits equaling up to 60 percent of your average weekly wage. These wage benefits can last up to three years. At the conclusion of the three-year period, if the injured worker is not permanently disabled, the wage benefits may be reduced.

At the Law Office of Michael J. Reno, P.C., your case will receive the personal attention and committed advocacy it deserves. As your attorney, I will clearly explain all your rights and options and work closely with you throughout the process to ensure your legal needs are being met.

I Offer Free Consultations For Injured Workers

You pay no attorney's fees unless we are successful in obtaining benefits for you. Do not wait to speak with a knowledgeable attorney regarding your claim. Contact me today.