If you have been injured in a workplace accident and cannot work, the financial fallout can be devastating. The majority of people today do not have a substantial amount of funds saved to pay living expenses if they can no longer work and collect a weekly paycheck. When you are injured it can take weeks to file and complete necessary paperwork and receive the appropriate benefits you deserve. In the meantime, your mortgage is due, utilities are expected to be paid and everyday expenses continue to pile up. Without consistent income, your life can be turned completely upside down. At the offices of Lipsey & Clifford we can help you navigate the confusing process of a workman’s compensation claim, get you back on benefits and get your life back together. It is critical that you contact an attorney immediately following an accident at the workplace, report all the details of the incident and fill out the necessary reports right away.
At Lipsey & Clifford, P.C., we handle every aspect of representing injured workers before the Department of Industrial Accidents. One of our partners Bruce S. Lipsey was chairman of the workers’ compensation subcommittee of the Massachusetts Bar Association. Mr. Lipsey has years of experience fighting for clients in workman’s compensation cases. With the fast pace changes in this particular practice you need to choose a legal firm that stays on top of these changes and dedicates the right amount of time to practicing in this area. Contact the law offices of Lipsey & Clifford, P.C. if you have been involved in a workplace related accident and we can help you determine if you are entitled to benefits or a settlement. At Lipsey & Clifford P.C. we are determined to get you the benefits you deserve.