When many people are injured they're unsure of how long they are going to be unable to work. It may be a month, and it may be six or more months. If claimants aren't working with a doctor who is objectively looking at the situation, they may be told they will be able to work prior to when they're ready, and they lose benefits.

For more information, see our workers' comp FAQ.

When we partner with our clients, we take the optimal action to ensure care initially and for the entire duration of the injury. There's never an upfront fee, and we only collect if we're able to obtain the benefits our clients need. We're ready to put our experience to work for you.

Guiding You Through All Parts of the Work Comp Process

We help individuals every step of the way in the workers' compensation process throughout the Providence area. Whether you have questions regarding eligibility or the types of benefits you are entitled to receive, we can help.

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