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Pursuing Workers’ Compensation Claims Throughout The State

While specific laws governing workers' compensation in Connecticut have changed, the main purpose of these laws has remained the same: has always been to provide wage replacement and other benefits, as well as medical treatment, for those employees who have been injured, disabled or killed while performing their jobs.

The state of Connecticut is divided into eight districts for the purpose of administering its workers' compensation system. The State of Connecticut Workers' Compensation Commission holds hearings to resolve disputes in all eight districts. By statute, there are 16 workers' compensation commissioners, including the Workers' Compensation Commission Chairman.

Our law office is located in Stratford, which is part of the 4th District Office in Bridgeport. However, we represent employees in all districts, including:

  • 1st District Office in Hartford
  • 2nd District Office in Norwich
  • 3rd District Office in New Haven
  • 4th District Office in Bridgeport
  • 5th District Office in Waterbury
  • 6th District Office in New Britain
  • 7th District Office in Stamford
  • 8th District Office in Middletown

We also frequently represent injured employees in workers' compensation appeals from all districts, which are heard and decided by the Workers' Compensation Commission's Compensation Review Board located in Hartford, Connecticut.

In more than 45 years of combined practice, our lawyers have argued claims — and succeeded — before every workers' compensation court in Connecticut. We have established a strong reputation for success by providing thorough, compassionate representation to injured clients.

Contact Our Bridgeport Workers' Comp Attorneys

To learn more about the Connecticut workers' compensation claims process, we invite you to contact our office at 866-225-9496. When you join us for a free initial consultation, we will answer your questions and help you understand your rights following a work-related injury.