Monthly Archives: October 2020
How Employers and Insurance Companies Use Surveillance Video to Disprove Workers’ Compensation Claims
You may have heard stories about employers or insurance companies using surveillance video to prove an employee is not seriously injured and therefore entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. These are not just stories. It is, in fact, a common practice in workers’ compensation cases, particularly when an employee is found to be totally disabled… Read More »
What Happens If I Fail to Provide Formal Notice of a Workers’ Compensation Claim Before the Deadline Expires?
If you are injured in a workplace accident, you need to act promptly to secure your rights under Connecticut workers’ compensation law. Specifically, you need to file a notice of claim–known as a Form 30C–within one year of the accident. This notice is sent both to your employer and the Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Commission…. Read More »