Workplace Injuries

Work Injury Lawyers in Connecticut

Workplace Injury Attorneys

While some professions are inherently more perilous than others, accidents at work can take place in any profession. Each year, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports over 3 million non-fatal work-related injuries and several thousand fatal work injuries. If you or a loved one has been a victim to a workplace injury, the work injury lawyers at McCoy & McCoy are ready to help you.


Retaining strong legal representation from work injury attorneys after you have been injured at work is the most effective way to protect your rights to a fair compensation. Contact our workplace injury law firm today. 



Office Workers

Office workers can also be harmed. Trip-and-fall accidents, faulty building maintenance, or fires and more can cause serious injuries.


Construction workers and many other jobs involving manual labor are susceptible to injuries at work from falls, unsafe working conditions and faulty equipment.

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Can you rely on Worker's Compensation?

If you or your loved one has sustained injuries while at work, you may be required to file a workers’ compensation claim. However, workers’ compensation may not cover all of the expenses related to an injury, and it does not address the issue of mental anguish or emotional distress, or accidents caused by negligence.

At McCoy & McCoy, our work injury lawyers will fight for your rights to recover damages for workplace injuries by filing a personal injury claim on your behalf. Compensation is awarded for hospital bills, disability equipment, ongoing medical costs, future medical complications and/or expenses, your pain and suffering, emotional turmoil, and other factors that may be applicable.

Our principal lawyer, Frank McCoy Jr., is certified in civil trial law by the National Board of Trial Advocacy – a distinction that fewer than 0.5 percent of all Connecticut lawyers have earned.

What do I do if I was injured at work?

If you were injured at work, it is important that you follow these steps. 

1. Report the Injury. Inform your supervisor/manager/boss as soon as possible about the work accident. We encourage you to report the injury in writing in addition to a verbal statement. It is crucial that you report the work injury right away because if you way more than a month, you may lose your opportunity to receive full compensation. 


2. Obtain Medical Treatment. Get checked out by a medical professional right away so that you can begin your treatment plan and recovery process. 


3. Contact a Work Accident Lawyer. If your workplace injury caused you to file a workers’ compensation claim, it is best to contact a work accident lawyer in Connecticut to help you with this process. Without the advice of a work injury lawyer, you may not be able to recover as much compensation as you might be entitled to. 

Common Workplace Accidents

  • Hazardous chemical/material exposure
  • Explosions and fires
  • Electrocution and electrical burns
  • Negligent maintenance
  • Malfunctioning equipment
  • Falling Objects
  • Uneven/unsafe walkways

Injuries can also arise due to repetitive stress movements

  • Back injuries from lifting
  • Joint and muscle injuries from any manual labor occupation
  • Carpal tunnel from overly typing
  • Neck spasms from reading too much

If you have been injured at work, you may have dealt with one or more of these common work injuries. Having a workplace injury lawyer in Connecticut on your side is critical in the recovery process. McCoy & McCoy work injury attorneys will handle all legal aspects of your case while you heal from your work injury. 

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McCoy & McCoy, Workplace Injury Attorneys Ready to Fight For You

Our workplace injury attorneys have served residents of throughout Connecticut for over 50 years. We have helped thousands of families and individuals who were harmed because of negligence obtain the just compensation they deserve. We are proud to offer our services to you and to provide individual attention and skilled legal counsel.

Many work-related injuries go unreported because the employee is afraid of getting fired or demoted. This should not stop you from receiving proper treatment and monetary aid for your injury. Contact our law firm today at 860-936-9274, or complete our free case evaluation form for prompt response from a lawyer.