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Manhattan Workplace Injuries: Reporting Your Injury to Your Employer

Manhattan Workplace Injuries: Reporting Your Injury to Your Employer

Friday, December 28th, 2012

If you have sustained a personal injury on the job, you should notify your employer as soon as possible. Under most circumstances, you have up to 30 days to notify your employer, but the longer you wait, the lower your chance of getting the compensation you deserve.

Manhattan accident attorney Charles Rock has years of experience helping workers injured on the job get the compensation they need to recover. Attorney Rock can evaluate your claim and help you determine the course of action that will provide you with the full compensation you deserve.

Workers’ Compensation

To collect workers’ compensation, you must report your accident within 30 days of its occurrence. However, not everyone is eligible for workers’ compensation nor is it ideal for every situation. For example, construction accidents often involved a third party that can be held accountable for damages well in excess of what workers’ compensation offers.

What your case is worth will depend on circumstances unique to your accident. Our Manhattan accident attorney will look into your claim and help you determine if workers’ comp or legal action is in your best interests.

If you have been injured on the job in or around the Bronx, Brooklyn, Kinston, Queens, Manhattan, or Poughkeepsie, New York, please contact Charles N. Rock, P.L.L.C. today to schedule a free case evaluation.
Category: Construction Accidents
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