In Massachusetts, the workers' compensation laws set a time limit on when claims for workers' compensation benefits must be filed. Specifically, Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 152 Section 41 provides that notice of an injury must be given to the insurer or insured as soon as practicable after the injury. Additionally, an employee (or their attorney) must file a claim for compensation due from the work injury within four (4) years from the date the employee first became aware of the causal relationship between his disability and his employment.

Since the laws in Massachusetts set a deadline for when a workers' compensation claim must be filed, it is always highly recommended that a worker who is injured on the job speak with an experienced Massachusetts workers' compensation attorney after being hurt on the job. A lawyer will protect your rights to benefits and be able to advise you on the workers' compensation process in Massachusetts

Have you Been Hurt on the Job in Massachusetts?

If you, or someone you know, has been injured on the job in Massachusetts you most likely have many questions. Feel free to call us at (508) 879-3500 or contact us online. You should take the time to speak with our legal team so we can evaluate your case for free. It just might be the best decision you make. 

Charles S. Pappas
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Massachusetts injury lawyer & workers' compensation attorney serving accident victims in Webster & Framingham.