Becoming hurt at work entitles you to certain benefits under the law. Mainly, your medical bills and a certain percent of lost wages will be paid to you if your claim is accepted. At Kirshenbaum & Kirshenbaum, our Warwick attorneys have been helping people recover benefits since 1933, and we know how to help you as well.

For more guidance on what disability benefits you may be entitled to, call us at 401-946-3200. You may also reach out to our firm online.

The Main Categories of Disability Benefits in Workers' Compensation

The types of disability benefits under the Rhode Island work comp system include:

  • Permanent total disability: Permanent total disability (PTD) covers situations in which you are severely hurt on the job and can never return to work again.
  • Permanent partial disability: Permanent partial disability (PPD) involves an injury that prevents you from ever returning to work at your full capacity, but you are able to recover enough to work again.
  • Temporary total disability: Temporary total disability (TTD) kicks in when you are hurt at work but are expected to return at some point.

You can rely on our firm to help you through any type of injury you have suffered at work.

Death Benefits

If you have lost a loved one in a catastrophic workplace accident, the workers' compensation system is designed to support you as well. Our compassionate lawyers will walk you through this process in order to allow your family time to heal. You focus on recovering and your family; we will focus on the legal issues so you don't have to.

Have You Been Injured On The Job In  Rhode Island?

If you've been hurt at work you need to speak with an experienced workers' compensation lawyer as soon as possible. Please contact us online or call our Warwick office directly at 401.946.3200 to schedule your free consultation. We help work injury victims in Providence, Warwick and all areas of Rhode Island.

Robyn K. Factor
Helping Rhode Island personal injury and work injury clients get the results they deserve since 1994.