Duffy & Fasano, Attorneys at Law - Greater Waterbury area, Middlebury,  and other areas in Connecticut Duffy Fasano Attorneys and Counselors at Law

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Business Law
Civil Litigation
Criminal
Estate Planning, Probate Law & Elder Law
Family Law
Personal Injury
Real Estate
Workers Compensation/SSDI

 


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DUFFY | FASANO
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW

PHONE: 203.405.3100

FAX: 203.405.3105

 

47 Sherman Hill Road (Route 64), Unit B103

Woodbury, CT 06798

 

 

Workers' Compensation • Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)

Our Attorneys Will Stand By Your Side


Injured on the Job? Unable to Work?
If you've suffered an injury that prevents you from being able to work, or if you've been denied workers' comp or SSDI benefits, you're probably feeling pressure to act quickly before all your savings are gone. You need a source of income. At Duffy & Fasano, we've helped clients from all walks of life secure the income they need to recover or live comfortably with their injuries.

For an initial consultation, contact us online or call 203.405.3100. We'll go over the circumstances of your case, evaluate your options for moving forward, and work on a strategy to secure the income you need. We've served clients
in the Greater Waterbury, Connecticut, region for over 30 years, and we have the experience and knowledge
necessary to help.

 

Workers' Compensation Claims and Benefits in Connecticut
To put it in the starkest possible terms: If you were injured on the job, you are entitled to workers' compensation benefits. Your employer has a legal obligation to make sure that you are taken care of. That means paying for doctors' fees, compensating you for lost wages, time off work and an award for your permanent partial or full disability.

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) Benefits
If you are unable to work and unable to earn an income, take heart in knowing that the SSDI program was created specifically for people in your situation. You may have applied and been rejected. If that's the case, don't give up. Most people who apply for SSDI benefits are denied their first time, especially if they try to fill out the applications by themselves. You deserve benefits - and it helps to have a lawyer who can prove it to the Social Security Administration.

For more information about workers' compensation and SSDI benefits, contact our offices online or call 203.405.3100 to schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys.