It’s in your nature to help people. You’ve devoted your career to helping children by working in schools.
Now you’re the one who needs care after you got hurt at work. But you’re not getting the help you need.
Workers’ compensation benefits are supposed to be there for you, to cover your medical treatment and secure your life when you can’t work after an injury on the job.
You’d think that as a school district employee you would have this support. But workers’ comp is complicated. Benefits can be hard to get.
The experienced workers’ comp lawyers at Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal can help you win the benefits you need to stay afloat. Our law firm has a 40-year history of fighting for people struggling with injuries—people just like you.
That’s why they say “Helping me, that’s HNB.”Talk to HNB
Injuries at school happen all the time. It can be as traumatic as an assault or as insidious as carpal tunnel syndrome.
The attorneys at HNB have seen strains, sprains, herniated disks, head injuries, tendonitis, and more from school workers.
It can happen to anyone working in a school:
As soon as you experience a job-related injury, get medical attention, notify your supervisor, get a copy of your medical report, and file a workers’ comp claim, or make sure one is filed for you.
Sometimes, if your injury was caused by the negligence of someone other than a coworker at the school, you may have both a workers’ comp claim and personal injury claim.
The attorneys at HNB can evaluate your situation at no cost to you.Get My Free Case Review
In the face of job hazards, the workers’ compensation lawyers at Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal support school district employees.