Morrissey, Morrissey & Rydzik, LLC is a long-standing workers’ compensation law firm also offering legal representation in personal injury and Social Security disability claims. Our firm’s workers’ compensation practice prominently features representation in Heart and Hypertension claims under Section 7-433c of the Connecticut General Statutes, yet we are proud to represent all Connecticut workers who have been injured on the job.
At Morrissey, Morrissey & Rydzik, we take a client-centered approach to every case by always striving to provide personalized representation tailored to the individual. Our law firm has been devoted to accurately and effectively representing the legal interests of our clients for over 40 years and is considered one of Connecticut’s top law firms. We serve clients in Bristol, Southington, New Haven, New London, and throughout Connecticut.
The legal team at Morrissey, Morrissey & Rydzik, LLC is highly qualified and brings a broad range of legal experience to each case. Attorneys David J. Morrissey, Andrew J. Morrissey, and Angelo P. Sevarino are recognized by the State of Connecticut Bar Association as Board-Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialists, a certification only awarded to a small fraction of elite attorneys in the state. Additionally, Attorneys David Morrissey and Angelo Sevarino are both Fellows in The College of Workers’ Compensation. This fellowship is awarded to a select group of attorneys who have excelled in workers’ compensation. Currently, this award is granted to less than 20 people in the state of Connecticut.
We are literally the experts in Connecticut workers’ compensation claims, but our expertise doesn’t stop there. Contact us today to learn how we can help your workers’ comp, personal injury, or Social Security disability claim succeed.
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Morrissey, Morrissey & Rydzik is one of Connecticut's top law firms. With Board Certified Workers' Compensation specialists, we are devoted to representing the legal interests of our clients.
Recovering from a serious injury is difficult enough without worrying about losing your job and livelihood in the process. It can be difficult to know what to do and where to turn after a work injury. You don’t want to jeopardize your employment, but you also need medical treatment and may not be able to immediately return to your normal job duties. Something has to be done.
When you have questions about your work injury, talk to us. Our Connecticut workers’ compensation attorneys represent employees from all industries who have suffered work-related injuries. We will answer your questions and explain your rights. If you have been injured on the job, Morrissey, Morrissey, & Rydzik, LLC is here to help.
Connecticut allows firefighters and police officers with hypertension and heart disease to receive benefits equivalent to those found in workers' compensation, without the burden of proving that the condition was in fact caused by their work. Such cases fall under the state’s Heart and Hypertension Act, which was signed into law in 1971.
Many afflicted police officers and firefighters continue to suffer from heart disease and hypertension as a result of their jobs without seeking the compensatory benefits they are entitled to under the law. Fortunately, you don’t have to suffer alone. Morrissey, Morrissey, & Rydzik, LLC has seen an incredible amount of success with these claims so please don’t hesitate to consult with us to learn more.
After an accident, the pain and uncertainty can be overwhelming—especially if your injury was caused by the negligence or recklessness of a third party. You may have found yourself facing costly medical bills and other costs as well as time off work for recovery. How are you supposed to afford all these sudden expenses?
Speaking with a skilled personal injury lawyer may be the first step towards a solution. If you’ve been seriously injured, let us put our decades of collective legal experience to work for you.
Accidents happen at the most unexpected moments and can change your life completely. An unexpected incident may result in serious injuries and significant recovery time. You don’t have to face the situation alone. Our lawyers are here to help you.
The more a person has worked, earned, and paid into the system, the more compensation that person is eligible to receive in the event they become disabled. If you or a loved one is filing for SSD benefits, there is an eligibility requirement that you will have to meet showing a specific earnings record. These issues and calculations can be complex and often need a thorough attorney review prior to and during the application process, especially because there are many common mistakes that can undermine your claim for benefits.
There are many other details of SSD benefits that you should know if you are trying to apply for these benefits or if you have already been denied and need to appeal your claim. Talking with an experienced attorney is in your best interests and may even help you expedite your claim.
Board Certified Workers' Comp Specialists
Representing Clients For Over 40 Years
Top Workers' Comp Attorneys since 1979
Highly Qualified & A Broad Range of Experience
One of Connecticut's Top Law Firms