Our experienced Western New York Workers’ Compensation Attorneys are here to assist you with your claim.
If you need assistance with an existing Workers’ Compensation claim or would like to file a new Workers’ Compensation claim, please call our Buffalo office at 716-852-1888 or our brand new Batavia office at 585-815-9003 for a free case evaluation. Having a hard working, experienced legal team fighting for your best interest is not just a privilege of the rich and powerful.
To find out what a Workers’ Compensation claim is and if you may have one, check out our Commonly Asked Questions page.
Depending on the specifics of your case, you may be required to look for work while your claim is being filed. We understand it can be difficult to find a new job with an injury, and that’s why we have compiled Workers’ Compensation Employment Resources to assist you.
The Workers’ Compensation Lawyers at Dolce Panepinto are proud to get the best results possible for our clients.
The results below contain some of our most noteworthy Workers’ Compensation results across the area.
A $185,000 settlement was reached for a 39-year-old cable installer who suffered a back injury in 2011. He received the settlement after he returned to work. He remains entitled to causally related medical treatment for the rest of his life.
A $175,000 settlement was reached for a 54-year-old construction worker who injured his mid back and thoracic spine when he fell from a ladder. His case was later amended to include cauda equina syndrome. He remains entitled to causally related medical treatment for the rest of his life.
A $170,900 settlement was reached on behalf of a Laborers’ Union Local 210 Laborer who suffered a serious back injury while working on a job site.
Schedule loss of use awards totaling $168,956.20 was received by a 67-year-old man who sustained significant injuries when he fell off a ladder while trimming a tree. This compensated him for the loss of use he suffered to his arms and leg as a result of that fall. He will remain entitled to causally related medical treatment for the rest of his life.