Connecticut Workplace Violence Claim Attorneys
Protecting The Interests Of Survivors And The Families Of Victims
Workplace assaults are, unfortunately, too common an experience. Violence in the workplace is a serious safety and health issue. Homicide is the fourth-leading cause of fatal occupational injury in the United States. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI), there were 564 workplace homicides in 2005 in the United States, out of a total of 5,702 fatal work injuries.
If you or a loved one has been injured as the result of workplace assaults or other violence, you are covered by workers’ compensation. A surviving spouse or another eligible dependent may also be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. Contact Berman & Russo to learn about your rights under the law.
Our Hartford-area workers’ compensation lawyers help injured employees and their families get through the sometimes-difficult workers’ compensation process. We investigate the workplace accident, document the nature and extent of the work injury, and present persuasive claims to the Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Commission.
We represent clients throughout the counties of Hartford, Tolland, Middlesex, Windham, and New London, including the communities of South Windsor, Manchester, Glastonbury, Vernon/Rockville, Ellington, Storrs, Willimantic, Hartford, West Hartford, East Hartford, Wethersfield, Middletown, New Britain, Newington, Meriden, Enfield, East Windsor, Somers, Norwich, and New London.
Call Berman & Russo today at 860-288-2328 to learn more about our workers’ compensation representation.
We represent clients throughout Hartford County (east of the Connecticut River) and Tolland County, including the communities of South Windsor, Windsor, East Windsor, Hartford, Bloomfield, Enfield, Windsor Locks, East Hartford, Manchester, Glastonbury, Marlborough, Somers, Stafford, Stafford Springs, Union, Ellington, Tolland, Willington, Vernon, Bolton, Coventry, Mansfield, Storrs, Andover, Hebron, Columbia and Middletown.