Workers’ compensation is an area of the law designed to protect the rights of workers injured on the job. Typically, an injured worker will recover quickly from minor injuries and, within a week or so, be back on the job. Sometimes, with more severe injuries, the company will bring the employee back to work in a different position where the injury is not a factor. However, what if your new “administrative” position pays less than what you were making previously? What if the company decides to eliminate your newly created position? In this situation, you have been laid off, you’re still injured, and your workers’ compensation benefits are pulled. What are you to do?
With more than 30 years of experience in this area of the law, Mr. Monahan can advise you on the best course of action to take, and obtain fair compensation for your injuries. While his professional experience, mastery of the law and commitment to his clients sets him apart from other workers’ compensation and personal injury attorneys, there is another factor that distinguishes Mr. Monahan from the rest of the legal pack. Before becoming a lawyer, Mr. Monahan was a steel worker and merchant seaman. He understands how injuries suffered by “regular” people affect your finances, family, friends, and daily life. In short, your problems will not fall on deaf ears. Mr. Monahan knows what you are going through and is ready, willing and eminently qualified to help.