Groton, Connecticut
4 Fort Hill Rd
Groton, CT 06340

Worker's Compensation-Open Case May 17, 2016

Groton, New London
Worker's Compensation-Open Case, Groton, Connecticut

Very often client’s who are injured on the job pursue their worker’s compensation case without the benefit of a lawyer.  They recover from their injury, received some basic benefits and then continue on as normal.  However, I have discovered over the years that many benefits they are entitled to are left on the table, especially when they have suffered a permanent partial impairment.  For those injured worker’s in New London County, Groton, Stonington, Ledyard, Norwich, Griswold, Montville, Lyme, Waterford and other near-bye towns, it might be well worth it to have an attorney go over your file to make sure that money you are entitled to has all been paid, or to determine if it’s time to settle out your case.

Mark O. Grater, Attorney 860-449-8059


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