Suffolk County Workers Compensation Attorney
CALL FOR A SUFFOLK COUNTY WORKERS COMPENSATION ATTORNEY
Gilbert, Blaszcyk & Milburn can provide you with a trusted workers compensation attorney in Suffolk County. With over 70 years of combined experience, our workers compensation attorneys are second to none and will get you the results that you deserve. Our attorneys have worked within the New York State Workers' Compensation system and have a great understanding of how to help you with your case. With us, you will have a voice in the fight that you can trust.
Are you in need of a workers compensation attorney in Suffolk County, Long Island? Here are the locations and corresponding phone numbers for our offices across Suffolk County:
- Patchogue (Main Office): 631-447-6500
- Riverhead: 631-208-9760
- Melville: 631-421-4725
So please, give one of our Suffolk County offices a call and get in touch with a trusted workers compensation attorney. When you call, we can provide you with a free consultation. Also, please check out our Facebook page. Give us a like too! It is a great place to see what we are up to and understand why so many in Suffolk County, New York have chosen us as their workers compensation attorney.
Previously Denied Claims
We have worked many workers compensation cases over the years for injured workers throughout Suffolk County. We even work claims that have been previously denied. Our team can review your case and provide you with a little understanding by either taking on the case, or giving you insight into how you were denied. There are many facets that go into these types of cases and knowing the intricacies can help down the line. We represent people in workers compensation cases that are the result of a wide range of injuries. Among these include occupational diseases and conditions, construction accidents, neck and back injuries and many other injuries suffered on the job.
Receive Medical Treatment
It is important to obtain first aid or medical treatment for your work injury as soon as possible. This is so the work injury is properly documented. So, unless it was an emergency situation, the treating health care provider needs to be authorized by the Workers' Compensation Board. For more information about authorized providers and locating an authorized provider, please call 1-800-781-2362.
Work Injury Documentation
Proper documentation is vital for anyone who has sustained a work injury. There are simple details that can help you win your case. So be sure to pay close attention to your symptoms and include every little aspect that happened before, during and after you were injured on the job. This gives your workers compensation attorney the tools needed to win your case. Sometimes with these cases, the winning formula is in the small stuff. The minutiae. From there the case can be built into a winning one. Memories are not as reliable as you may think, especially after a traumatic work injury. We advise to write down any details shortly after the injury has occurred.