Protecting and securing your workers’ compensation benefits after a work injury
You worked your whole life to build a career that you’re proud of and helps make ends meet. Then, one day, you are hurt doing your job and the safety and security that you were accustomed to is all up in the air. You might be losing income or maybe you’re stuck with medical bills. Worse yet, your employer might be pressuring you back to work even though you’re not ready.
Beaupre Law brings over a decade of workers’ compensation experience and expertise in all aspects of workers’ compensation matters throughout New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Maine. Attorney Beaupre has been awarded the Super Lawyers Rising Star award in workers’ compensation law for five consecutive years, and in 2018 was recognized by Best Lawyers as one of the best workers’ compensation attorneys in New Hampshire. His integrity, expertise and compassion has earned him the recognition and respect of the legal community, clients and public.
What is Workers' Compensation?
“Workers’ comp” is a set of laws created to protect people who have been injured while working, or who have developed an occupational illness while performing their job. If you are hurt on the job, you are automatically entitled to certain benefits. Those benefits may include:
What can Beaupre Law do for You?
No two workers’ compensation claims are exactly alike: your injury, health and personal situation is unique to you. Attorney Beaupre will get to know your circumstances and work with you to develop a strategy that best suits your goals. He has experience with all types of workers’ compensation claims and proceedings in New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Maine.
No Out-of-Pocket Costs to You
We only collect a fee for our legal service if we are able to obtain an award for you. Plus, there is no fee for an initial consultation – even if you don’t end up hiring Beaupre Law.
If you have been denied benefits, Beaupre Law will fight for you.
- Disability benefits. A review of your eligibility for disability compensation can be filed if you are entitled to benefits but not receiving them.
- Medical benefits. If you have medical bills or out-of-pocket expenses these are the responsibility of the workers’ compensation insurance carrier.
- Permanent impairment or loss of use awards. If the insurance company hasn’t compensated you for your permanent injury, a claim can be filed on your behalf.
- Reinstatement. If you regain the ability to perform your job after you’ve been hurt, you have a right to your job back.
- Lump Sum Settlement. In certain cases you may be able to receive a one-time settlement. Beaupre Law will review your claim and help you determine if settlement is right for you, and make sure you get the compensation you are entitled.
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