Injured At Work? You Have Options.

Work-related injuries can sideline you for a long time. They bring about serious medical and financial concerns.

If you were injured on the job, or are suffering from a work-related illness, you may be entitled to workers' compensation benefits. Massachusetts law gives injured employees the right to these benefits — including medical coverage, lost wages and other injury-related expenses — regardless of who was at fault. However, the trade-off is that, in most cases, the injured worker can't sue the employer directly in a personal injury claim. Nonetheless, you may have a claim against a third party — such as a product manufacturer, general contractor or fellow subcontractor — if their negligence contributed to your injuries.

Who You Can — And Can't — Trust During This Critical Time

When it comes to getting workers' comp benefits, you may run into struggles with the insurance company. You can't rely on the insurer or your employer to look out for your interests. But you can count on us.

At the Boston-area law firm of Barry D. Lang, M.D. & Associates, we'll make sure you get the benefits you deserve. Our attorneys understand the many complex issues that come up in these cases. We can advise you on:

Because we have strong medical backgrounds — complete with doctors and nurses on staff — we will bring to your case a thorough understanding of your injuries and long-term prognosis. What's more, we can also help you get in touch with the right medical specialists so you don't end up with substandard care.

Don't Settle For Less Than You Deserve

When you're struggling with medical issues and mountains of paperwork, you may be tempted to just settle for whatever your employer's insurance company is willing to give you. However, you may end up receiving only pennies on the dollar.

Don't end up with regrets. We can help you secure the benefits you deserve. Our lawyers will conduct a detailed analysis of your situation so we understand the extent of your injuries and your short- and long-term needs.

These claims have deadlines, so don't wait too long to seek legal help. Call 800-LAWYERS or reach out to us online for a free consultation.