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Connecticut State Employees Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

In Connecticut, state employees have additional rights under workers’ compensation laws. While most workers may file workers’ compensation claims and recover 75 percent of net wages in workers’ compensation benefits, many state employees are entitled to full pay in workers’ compensation benefits. Contact our experienced Connecticut state employees workers’ compensation lawyers today, we can help.

Workers’ Compensation Benefits For State Workers

State workers who are classified as hazardous duty employees face increased risks and are covered under the state employee workers’ comp laws. Hazardous duty employees may include:

  • State police officers
  • State corrections officers
  • Mental health workers
  • Motor vehicle workers
  • Probation officers

If you are no longer able to work in your previous capacity, you may be entitled to wage replacement benefits. If a family member died while working for the state, you may be eligible for specific survivors’ benefits. Our board-certified workers’ compensation specialists can help you understand the laws and work to obtain workers’ compensation disability benefits.

We pursue benefits for state workers suffering from injuries or accidents such as:

  • Occupational diseases such as heart disease and hypertension
  • Repetitive stress injuries such as back injury and carpel tunnel syndrome
  • Head, neck and spinal cord injuries suffered as a result of a serious work accident
  • Injuries suffered in a motor vehicle accident in the course of work

Countless Cases. Hundreds Of Satisfied Clients. Request A Free Consultation Today.

Our combined experience makes us the attorneys state employees rely on to put up a fair fight for benefits. Discuss what you can do to get started on your claim and call 475-338-3505 or send our firm a message.

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