A job site injury can leave you unable to work for some time. Unfortunately, recovering lost wages after an injury isn’t always guaranteed. As unfair as it sounds, workers’ compensation claims get denied all the time. The loss of income — even for a short period of time — can result in financial difficulties.
That’s why you need an experienced attorney to help you recover the lost wages you are owed. However, an individual with a workers’ compensation claim should not rely on just any lawyer; he or she should be sure to retain an attorney who is familiar with both the substantive issues of workers’ compensation law and the procedural issues at the Workers’ Compensation Board.
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Our Buffalo Workers’ Compensation Attorneys Are Ready to Help
Only a handful of lawyers in Western New York practice regularly at the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board. Jerry A. Gambino has done so for over 30 years. In addition, he is a member of both the Erie County Bar Association’s Workers’ Compensation Committee and the Injured Workers’ Bar Association. As a result, he has developed a large client base in representing workers’ compensation claimants. More importantly, he has earned a reputation as a fighter for injured workers.
Your workers’ comp injury demands full, fair, and just financial compensation for medical bills and lost wages. Please contact our experienced Buffalo Workers Compensation Lawyers for the justice and peace of mind you deserve.
If you are having trouble recovering lost wages after an injury, contact Cole, Sorrentino, Hurley, Hewner & Gambino, P.C., online or call to arrange your initial consultation with one of our Buffalo workers’ compensation lawyers. We welcome the opportunity to represent you.
Out of Town Legal Resources
We had a call the other day from someone who had questions about workers compensation hearings in Massachusetts. We don’t practice in Massachusetts, but we found this workers compensation attorney in Lowell, MA that did a nice job with their online resources. If you or someone you know has questions about workers compensation hearings in Massachusetts, take a look at their online workers’ compensation hearings and appeals resources.