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Workers Compensation, Lien issues and Personal Injury Claims

Posted by Connecticut Accident News | Oct 01, 2011 | 0 Comments

It is fairly common for workers injured on the Job to have both workers compensation claims and third party personal injury claims as well. The scenario can present from car and truck accidents while engaged in employment responsibilities, construction site mishaps with general contractors responsible for the safety lapses causing injury and sometimes factory workers hurt because of defective machinery or equipment. In such instances it is helpful if the lawyer handling the file has familiarity and competence as to both in order to maximize both the gross level of recovery and the net recovery after taking into account and negotiating lien issues that are present whenever the employer's workers compensation carrier pays for medical bills incurred or lost wages.

The following case is successfully handled in Connecticut courts by Attorney Levin.

Youmans v Pated Spring Co.


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