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    If you have been injured on the job, you may be confused about your rights for benefits, known as worker compensation. Perhaps you don't understand how to collect benefits. You may have been misinformed about your right to file a claim, or you may believe that your injury is not serious enough for benefits.

     

    If you've been injured on the job or have fallen victim to an occupational disease, don't lose the benefits that you have worked so hard to earn. The best way to determine whether you are entitled to worker compensation is to contact an experienced worker compensation attorney.

     

    Schwartzapfel Truhowsky Marcus P.C. is one of the most prominent and well-respected personal injury and worker compensation law firms in New York. With more than 150 years of combined experience and highly competent co-counsel throughout the country, the firm has helped thousands of union members with their injury claims ¾ and they can help you, too.

     

    The firm has extensive experience with the worker compensation system, and their Website has a wealth of information to help injured workers, including:

     

    • Introduction to Worker Compensation. Nearly all employees in New York are covered by worker compensation insurance ¾ and that probably includes you. You are covered by worker compensation laws from the first day at work. If you are injured on the job, regardless of whether the injury was your fault, you may be entitled to worker compensation benefits.
    • Benefits. If you are the victim of a job injury or work-related illness, your ability to earn a living and provide for yourself and your family may be seriously impaired. Worker compensation benefits serve as a safety net, providing money for your medical bills and replacing lost wages while you recover. Worker compensation benefits are also available if you're unable to return to work, or if your injuries leave you with a permanent but partial disability. If you or a loved one dies from an on-the-job injury or illness, benefits are paid to the surviving spouse or dependents.

    ·        Classifying Your Disability. After you've been treated for an on-the-job injury or illness, your doctor may form an opinion about the amount of disability that your injury or illness has caused. This finding of disability is very important and can dramatically affect the wage benefits you get. The Website of Schwartzapfel Truhowsky Marcus P.C. explains the four categories of disability.

    • Occupational Disease. Most worker compensation claims involve job-related accidents, but in some cases employees may develop illnesses that are caused by workplace conditions. Those illnesses, known as occupational diseases, can lead to permanent disabilities or death. Victims of occupational diseases are entitled  to the same payments for medical bills and lost wages as workers who are hurt in accidents.

    ·        Business Reforms Mean Less Benefits. The worker compensation system has been in need of reform for many years. Sadly, in many states business groups have been working to erode, not support, workers’ protections. Schwartzapfel Truhowsky Marcus P.C. has a history of standing up for the rights of workers and has devoted a page on its Website to the tactics that are used to chip away at your right to benefits.

    ·        Frequently Asked Questions. Worker compensation issues can be complex and confusing. The Website of Schwartzapfel Truhowsky Marcus P.C. provides answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.

     

    The worker compensation system can be so complex and frustrating that many union members decide not to pursue their claims. But there is a better way to deal with your frustrations. Contact the New York worker compensation lawyers of Schwartzapfel Truhowsky Marcus P.C. at 1.800.966.4999 for help with your case.

     

    • They can help you collect benefits even if you haven't stopped working.
    • They'll see that your worker compensation benefits continue even if you move out of state or retire.
    • For certain injuries, they'll make sure your worker compensation payments continue for the rest of your life.
    • If you're entitled to additional benefits, known as Schedule Loss Awards, they'll help you collect them.

     

    But remember that your benefits can be lost forever if you don't file on time. If you've been injured on the job or have developed an occupational disease, you and your family will need the full range of benefits that are available. Choosing the New York lawyers of Schwartzapfel Truhowsky Marcus P.C. may be the best decision you'll ever make to secure your future. Please call them at 1.800.966.4999 or visit their Website.  Identify yourself as a member of the IUOF when you call. There is never a charge for consultations and all calls are kept completely confidential. Schwartzapfel Partners – Fighting for You.

     

    Call Schwartzapfel Truhowsky Marcus P.C. today at 1.800.966.4999 or visit their Website. Schwartzapfel Truhowsky Marcus P.C. protects the rights of those who aren't able to do so themselves.





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