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Worker’s Compensation

Have you been injured?

Does your employer have worker’s compensation insurance?

Are you covered under a short term disability plan?

Long term disability plans?

These are questions that can be very daunting when you’re injured.  We are here to help.  We have dealt with hundreds of disability and worker’s compensation issues.  Some can be solved with a simple phone call.  Contact us today for a free consultation, and we can explain to you your options.  If filing a claim is necessary, we do so on a contingent fee basis, which means we do not get paid if you don’t win.


Contact us today for a free consultation at 774-4LAW-006 or


General Information

  1. How to find out if an employer has W.C. insurance – (click here)
  2. Massachusetts Workers Compensation & Employer Insurance Manual (click here)
  3. 6 Steps to File a Claim
    1. Contact an Attorney
    2. Obtain a Employee Claim Form (Form 110)
    3. Fill in as many of the boxes on the Form 110 as you can.(click here) for more guidance on the information you will need to provide.
    4. Make two copies of this form, then mail the original to:
Department of Industrial Accidents – Dept. 110
600 Washington Street – 7th Floor
Boston, MA 02111

5. One (1) copy should be mailed to the insurance carrier, and you should keep one (1) copy for your records. You can send a copy to your employer, but you are not required to send them a copy unless you are filing for double compensation under § 28 (Willful Misconduct). You must also attach documentation as required by 452 CMR 1.07

6. When the DIA receives your form a Conciliation will be scheduled for you within a few weeks. This session will be held in the department office closest to the employee’s home.  At this point, if you have not done so already, you should contact an attorney


Contact us today for a free consultation at 774-4LAW-006 or


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