If you’ve been seriously injured on the job or suffer from a medical condition caused by your job—for example, chemical exposures or repetitive stress injuries—you may be eligible for workers compensation under the New York State Workers' Compensation Law. At the Law Offices of Samuel D. Flatt, conveniently located on Union Turnpike in Flushing, NY, and Queens, NY, we recognize your right as a worker to receive workers' compensation should you suffer an injury on the job due to a work-related accident. I will do everything I can to get you the compensation and rehabilitation treatments that you deserve.
Work-related injuries can occur regardless of your profession. Whether you’re handling machinery, driving in treacherous weather conditions or working at heights, injuries could happen at any time. Even sedentary desk workers can have work-related injuries. At the Law Offices of Samuel D. Flatt, I strongly believe in getting the maximum remedy offered by Workers' Compensation Law.
When it comes to suffering a work-related injury, there are a few important steps to take to ensure that you receive the workers' compensation that you deserve. Immediately after the injury occurs, report it to your supervisor without delay. Following your initial report, see your physician so that they are aware of the injury that’s occurred at work. After these initial steps, contact the Law Offices of Samuel D. Flatt and I’ll assist you with the rest.
Together, we’ll discuss your individual situation and determine the options that will provide the best possible outcome when it comes to receiving the workers' compensation that you’re not only eligible for, but that you deserve. Not all cases are created equal, which means that there are various levels of workers' compensation that may result from your case.
The Law Offices of Samuel D. Flatt has many years of experience when it comes to assisting a wide range of employees from all professional backgrounds. Samuel D. Flatt represents clients throughout the downstate New York area, including the New York Metropolitan area, Queens, Nassau and Suffolk.