Protecting Your Rights After A Workplace Injury

Employers are required by law to provide for employees who are injured on the job. Workers' compensation insurance is there to help you if you were injured or got sick because of your job. Unfortunately, you may have to fight for the compensation you are legally entitled to collect. That's because many employers and their insurance companies are willing to cheat injured workers if they can get away with it.

Fighting For Workers, Always

At Costello & Mains, LLC, we are dedicated to protecting and advancing the rights of workers just like you. Our experienced attorneys are committed to helping employees who have been cheated, abused, harassed or in any way victimized by their employers. When it comes to on the job injuries and illnesses, that means we fight for full workers' compensation benefits and go after employers who retaliate against employees who make work comp claims.

Presenting Your Case In The Right Way

Serious injuries lead to massive medical bills, just when you can least afford them. Watching bills pile up while you aren't able to work is a terrible experience. What you need is someone who knows how to get you the money you need to pay those bills so you can put your energy into getting better.

Workers' compensation is a big part of helping you get through this, but it might be just the beginning. Some accidents involve workers' compensation, as well as personal injury claims. Our trial lawyers know how to present the case to maximize your chances of receiving all the types of compensation you are entitled to. At the same time, we can handle your employer to make sure they aren't violating your right to seek compensation for your injuries. We know how all the pieces fit together, so we won't miss a chance to improve your situation.

Contact Us For Workers' Compensation Representation

If you have been injured at work, you should speak to an attorney as soon as possible. Call us at 856-291-0642 or contact us online to discuss your situation. We can answer your questions and help you understand your rights when it comes to on-the-job injuries.