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  • avvo
    5.0/5.0

    When I first started receiving compensation from my employer's insurance company, I found Mr. Ramsey online and gave him a call. He was very generous with his time giving a pro-bono consultation with regards to my case. A few months later t...
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  • avvo
    5.0/5.0

    This was a tough case for my wife and I especially given that we had almost gave up hope of recovering any compensation for my wife's injuries from patien assault at work. But Attorney James Rumsey Jr worked very hard and patiently to succe...
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  • avvo
    5.0/5.0

    Being relatively new to workers comp I had many questions. Even though attorney Ramsey had a conflict of interest and was unable to take my case, he still spent a lot of phone time answering questions and was able to refer me to someone els...
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  • avvo
    5.0/5.0

    I met Attorney Ramsey about two years into my Workers Compensation case. He was very thorough and took care of all the details even those I forgot. He always had time for me and was very patient when discussing my case. I would highly re...
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  • avvo
    5.0/5.0

    James is very insightful and great at follow up. I would recommend him to anyone.

    — Client

Massachusetts Workers' Compensation Firm Represents Injured Employees  

Skilled attorneys seek benefits for workers hurt on the job in the Worcester area

When you become injured or ill during the normal course of your employment, you may be eligible for workers’ compensation. Most employers are mandated by state law to carry this no-fault insurance program, which provides employees with benefits that cover medical costs, lost wages, and rehabilitation expenses when an on-the-job injury prevents them from performing their normal work duties. The experienced attorneys at Ramsey Law Offices, P.C. help Massachusetts workers get fair compensation for injuries and illnesses sustained on the job by assisting with applications and appealing denials. We are committed to helping you get the payments you need when you need them.

Results-oriented Massachusetts workers' comp lawyers seek the benefits you're entitled to

While workers' compensation benefits are provided by employers' insurance companies, those benefits are mandated by state law, with some exceptions that may depend on the company's size, type of business, and work done by employees. While benefits vary by jurisdiction, they most often cover:

  • Medical, hospital and rehabilitation expenses
  • A percentage of lost wages
  • Compensation for permanent disability
  • Costs of retraining
  • Dependents’ recovery for a worker’s death

It's important to notify your employer as soon as possible after you've sustained an on-the-job injury. Neglecting to do so could affect your ability to claim the benefits you deserve.

Dedicated advocates assist with your workers’ compensation appeal

The companies who underwrite workers' comp policies are like all insurance carriers: their goal is to limit liability and pay as little as possible in claim benefits. That's why it's essential you're represented by an experienced workers' comp attorney who knows the laws governing workers' comp in Massachusetts and can help you appeal a denied claim for workers' comp. You have a limited time to appeal the decision, so it's important to seek help as soon as possible. We will investigate the reasons for your denial and guide you through the often complicated process of appealing the decision, which may involve appearing with you at hearings before the state's workers' compensation board.

Knowledgeable counselors advise on third-party claims

If you are eligible for benefits under the workers' compensation system, you cannot file a separate negligence action against your employer. Workers' compensation coverage reimburses victims for medical costs, lost wages and rehabilitation expenses. It does not pay for other types of damages available in personal injury actions, such as compensation for pain and suffering. When you believe that someone besides your employer bears some fault for your work-related injury, such as the manufacturer in a defective product case, we can advise whether you may have a third-party claim that will allow you to seek damages in addition to your workers' comp benefits.

Contact experienced Massachusetts workers’ compensation attorneys

Ramsey Law Offices, P.C. in Worcester helps employees throughout Massachusetts file workers' comp claims and appeal workers' comp denials so they can access the benefits they need. To schedule a free consultation, call us at (508) 459-1167 or contact us online.