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Fighting to ensure injured workers receive the benefits to which they are entitled

In order to provide for themselves and their families, the vast majority of New York City residents must work and work hard. In cases where an individual suffers an injury while performing work-related duties, he or she is likely to not only suffer pain and harm, but may also be unable to work. When faced with this situation, it's normal to have concerns and fears about one's physical recovery and resulting financial hardships.

Most NYC employers are required to carry workers' compensation insurance. In the event an employee is injured at work, an individual would be wise to immediately report any and all resulting injuries to an employer. It's then important to see a doctor and obtain treatment and a physical assessment related to one's injuries.

While injured workers have a right to workers' compensation benefits, the process of obtaining such benefits is complex and arduous. Additionally, an employer's insurance company may deny a claim or fail to provide a worker with the amount or length of benefits to which he or she is entitled. In cases where an individual is in physical pain, worried about mounting medical bills and unable to work; attempting to deal with an insurance company about a denied or insufficient claim can be extremely stressful.

The attorneys at the New York City law firm of Alan M. Cass & Associates have helped hundreds of men and women recover the maximum amount of workers' compensation benefits to which they are entitled. With more than a century of combined experience, our attorneys are compassionate and skilled negotiators who aggressively fight for the rights of injured workers.

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