Connecticut employers are required to maintain workers’ compensation insurance for the benefit of their employees. Workers’ Compensation covers medical expenses and lost wages for an employee’s job related injury or illness, even if the employee is at fault for his or her own injuries. In exchange, the employee agrees not to sue his or her employer in court for damages.

Although most employers do provide Workers’ Compensation Insurance, employees often encounter significant delays and administrative hurdles as they attempt to collect benefits. The system is stressful and does not make it easy for employees to collect benefits.


Unfortunately, many workers who are injured on the job fail to collect the compensation they are entitled to or give up because of the resistance they get from the Workers’ Compensation Insurance Company.

Just because the Workers’ Compensation system is frustrating does not mean you should not pursue your claim. Contact: Ganim Injury Lawyers and they can alleviate most of the frustration you would encounter. There are a multitude of things they can help you with while handling your case, including:

  • Securing Workers’ Compensation benefits even though you have not stopped working
  • Ensuring that your Workers’ Compensation benefits continue even if you obtain a new job, move away or retire
  • Depending upon the injury, you may be entitled to Workers’ Compensation payments for the rest of your life
  • We can help you collect additional benefits, known as Schedule Loss Awards, if you qualify.

Keep in mind that your benefits can be lost forever if you do not file your claim on time. If you have been injured or suffered an illness while on the job, you and your family will need the full range of Workers’ Compensation benefits that are available. For the best Workers’ Compensation protection, call the Ganim Injury Lawyers today at (203) 445-6542 or email at for a Free Consultation Today.

Ganim Injury Lawyers service all of Connecticut, including: Bridgeport, Trumbull, Monroe, Stratford, Milford, Woodbridge, New Haven, North Haven, Hamden, Fairfield, Easton, Weston, Westport, Norwalk, Darien, New Canaan, Stamford, Danbury, Wilton, Waterbury, Wallingford, Derby Ansonia, Seymour, and Oxford.