Workers Compensation Lawyer

Advocate for Hard-Working Massachusetts Residents

Following a job-site accident, the workers' compensation process begins quickly. Your employer is required by law to notify the state and its workers' compensation insurer of the accident. The workers' compensation insurer will immediately try to take control of your on-the-job accident case. The company contacts you immediately, hoping that you have not spoken to an attorney. Their goal is to discourage their claimants from securing legal counsel and let their company handle the case. In many cases a nurse case manager is assigned. The nurse case manager may be not only unhelpful, but he or she can hurt your claim for workers' compensation benefits.

At the Law Offices of James F. White, P.C., our Milford workmans' comp claim lawyer helps hard-working Massachusetts residents take control of their workman's comp claims and get the medical treatment they need.

Contact the Franklin workers' compensation attorney at our Franklin or Framingham office at 508-570-2032 or toll free at 888-666-8089 to learn more about our "No Fee Unless Successful."

Get the Facts on Workers' Compensation

Even if a workers' compensation insurance provider has already called you, it is not too late for you to take action and seek legal advocacy. Our firm not only provides legal representation, but also educates injured workers on the do's and don'ts of workers' compensation benefit claims. Protecting your rights is vital in getting the treatment you need and the compensation you deserve, whether you are suffering from carpal tunnel or a serious back injury.

Fierce Dedication to Your Workers' Compensation Claim

The insurance provider does not have your best interests in mind. They tell you that you need their assigned nurse case manager at all doctor appointments. Not true. They will try to deny your claim based on an alleged pre-existing condition. An employer may threaten termination, blatantly violating the law.

In the end, workers' compensation insurance companies want you to get back to work as soon as possible, minimizing or even disregarding your injuries. Attorney James F. White, the founder of our Massachusetts-based firm, understands the relationship between a workers' compensation insurer and an unrepresented injured worker. He will take every action necessary to counter the insurer's assertions of a recovery or modified job offer.

Contact Our Milford Workman's Comp Claim Attorney

For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding a workplace accident that caused injuries, please contact our law firm online, call us locally at 508-570-2032 or call us toll free at 888-666-8089.