One of our core values at Lovett & Lovett is – take care of the client and the rest will take care of itself. If you’ve been injured on the job, you can count on our workers compensation lawyers to complete your paperwork, communicate with the insurance company, help you get the right medical care and make sure you receive compensation while you are out of work.
Most importantly, we fight to ensure you receive all the benefits you’re entitled to. That’s how we take care of our clients.
Why Do I Need a Workers’ Compensation Lawyer?
Workers’ compensation laws were designed to enable injured workers to receive prompt medical treatment and compensation for lost wages. However, it doesn’t always work that way. Employers and insurance companies frequently deny injured workers’ requests for damages. That’s why it benefits you to have someone on your side protecting your best interests.
Can I Afford a Workers’ Compensation Lawyer?
Yes, you can afford a lawyer who cares. We provide all our services related to workers’ compensation claims on a contingency basis, which means we do not earn any fees unless you succeed in getting compensation. We make hospital and home visits to people who cannot travel.
Call Lovett & Lovett now for a free consultation and more detailed information about workers’ compensation benefits.
Sports Law/Professional Athlete Injuries
Sam Lovett is a designated Panel Attorney for the Professional Hockey Players Association, and represents professional athletes in disability and workers’ compensation claims. Sam has the knowledge and expertise to understand the players’ contracts, collective bargaining agreements and collateral benefits provided to the players and how they interact with workers’ compensation.
Sam has represented professional hockey players throughout New England and the United States who have played for the Boston Bruins, Edmonton Oilers, San Jose Sharks, Colorado Avalanche, New Jersey Devils, Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Islanders, Anaheim Ducks, Carolina Hurricanes, Providence Bruins, Worcester Sharks, Lowell Devils, Springfield Falcons and Florida Everblades.