What If They Don't Pay My Workers' Compensation Benefits?

If you have been awarded workers' compensation benefits, you probably thought your struggles with the system were over. However, many people encounter difficulties when they are supposed to receive payments. Sometimes, payments are delayed. Sometimes the amount is incorrect.

Silverman, Silverman & Seligman, P.C., in Schenectady understands how frustrating this is. You are counting on these payments to support yourself and your family while you are injured. Our experienced lawyers can help you resolve your workers' compensation problems. We have assisted thousands of clients with these issues. Please call our office at 518-631-4521 to schedule an appointment. Your initial consultation is free.

Trouble Getting Your Benefits?

With recent changes to New York workers' comp law, it is no surprise that many people are confused about their benefits. Some of the concerns and questions people often have about payments are:

  • My doctor says I'm totally disabled, but I'm not getting total benefits.
  • How is the rate calculated?
  • How often are payments made?
  • How much will I get? Can it be changed?
  • My compensation is taking too long to receive.
  • The carrier has accepted my case but is not paying me or not paying the agreed upon amount.
  • My compensation is supposed to come every two weeks, but they are often late.

Let Us Advocate For You

No matter what your question is, we'll help you figure out what is wrong and then fix the problem. Don't feel like you should know the answers — workers' comp is a complex process. We are happy to help you with any questions you may have, including whether you should seek a lump sum settlement.

For a free consultation with a Capital District workers' compensation payment attorney, please call 518-631-4521 or contact us online. We are conveniently located north of Albany, and we represent clients in Albany, Schenectady, Troy and throughout the Capital District.