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Have You Been Injured While Working in Wilmington, DE?

You might be eligible for compensation under workers' compensation law

The Ippoliti Law Group is based out of Wilmington, Delaware and practices workers' compensation law statewide. Being injured on the job often results in a workers' compensation claim. Our attorneys can help you file your claim properly in order to strive for maximum compensation.

Schedule a free consultation with the Ippoliti Law Group by calling us today 302-428-1400..

How do you file for workers' compensation?

Under workers' compensation law, you need to file for workers' comp in order to receive financial reimbursements. If you're thinking of filing for workers' comp, keep these steps in mind:

  • Contact a workers' comp attorney. Workers' compensation law is incredibly complicated, and it's important to have a knowledgeable attorney by your side.
  • Report the injury to your employer. If you're injured on the job, you need to report that injury to your employer in detail. Your attorney can help you with this process.
  • Fill out the necessary paperwork. Your attorney at the Ippoliti Law Group will walk you through the necessary paperwork and file it with the Department of Labor.
Do you need a workers' comp attorney in Wilmington, Delaware? Contact the Ippoliti Law Group by calling 302-428-1400. today.

Worker's compensation laws were put in place to protect the injured worker. There are different types of benefits provided by worker's compensation.

  • Temporary Total Disability (TTD) Benefits
  • Temporary Partial Disability (TPD) Benefits
  • Permanent Partial Impairment Benefits
  • Disfigurement Benefits
  • Mileage Reimbursement Benefits
TTD benefits are paid as a percentage of the injured employees average weekly earnings, including overtime, while the employee is off work as a resulf of a work-related injury or illness.

TPD benefits are paid when an injured employee can go back to some kind of work, but their injury prevents them from returning to their previous higher paying job.

Permanent Partial Impairment Benefits are paid when a work accident results in a permanent impariment of a body part.

Disfigurement benefits may be paid when an ijured employee has visible and offensive scarring or disfigurement (i.e. a surgical scar).

Mileage Reimbursement Benefits are paid to the injured worker for reimbursement of their costs associated with traveling to and from their doctors' appointments, physical therapy, etc.

An injured worker is someone who has been injured while working in the course and scope of their employment. This injury may be the result of a single incident or it could be due to repetitive use or overuse of the hands, shoulders, knees, etc.