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318 Long Shore Compensation Act


Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act

Potential Workers’ Compensation Benefits

Depending upon a variety of factors, including the nature and severity of one’s claim, an injured worker may receive benefits or reimbursement for the following:

  • Medical treatment
  • Hospital fees
  • Prescriptions
  • Durable medical products
  • Travel expenses to attend appointments and pick up prescriptions
  • Ambulance services
  • Weekly compensation to replace lost wages
  • Vocational re-education & retraining
  • Compensation during vocational re-education & retraining
  • Occupational rehabilitation services
  • Lump sums or bi-weekly benefits for permanent impairment ratings
  • Lump sum settlements
  • Death benefits and/or funeral expenses

When to Speak with an Attorney

At the law firm of Martin L. Leibowitz, we understand that the decision to contact a lawyer regarding your workers’ compensation claim is not one that should be taken lightly. Therefore, we would suggest you speak with a lawyer if:

  • Your case has been denied
  • You are not receiving the benefits to which you are entitled
  • You are unsure whether you are receiving the benefits to which you are entitled and you want a second opinion
  • You are considering settling your workers’ compensation case

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