What is Workers Compensation?
If you’ve been injured on the job, your insurer is responsible for payments associated with your injuries and recovery. Under Massachusetts general laws, your insurer must pay for all on-the-job accident-related medical care, which includes emergency care, hospital visits, follow-up doctor visits, testing, treatment and medication.
Of course, many insurers will dispute the extent and severity of injuries received on the job in an effort to minimize their financial responsibility. That’s why you need Jenkins-Bryant & Surrette on your side. You deserve and should expect to get the treatment you need and the compensation to which you’re entitled.
We’ll make sure you file for everything you’re entitled to under the law. That includes things many lawyers overlook, such as the mileage you have to drive as part of your case.
And once your case is settled, we don’t stop working for you. Even after receiving a settlement, you’re entitled to continued medical treatment. Many lawyers don’t bother to pursue this because it doesn’t pay well. But we believe continued treatment is important to ensure your health and well-being, regardless of what it pays us. We’re here to work for you.