Highlighting Workplace Safety During National Safety Month

June is National Safety Month—as originally established by the National Safety Council (NSC). Nationwide, thousands of organizations celebrate National Safety Month—using the observance to highlight leading causes of death or injury on the road, in our homes, and in the workplace. During the first week…

Workers Compensation at Carter Mario

An injury on the job is always serious. It can take food off of your table and money out of your pocket, as well as threaten your ability to make a living. The workers compensation lawyers at Carter Mario can help you with your claim.…

Firm Beefs Up Workers’ Compensation Team

The Law Offices of Carter Mario Law Firm is pleased to announce the addition of attorneys Joseph Cogguillo III and Christopher Holland to our firm's growing Workers' Compensation team. Both will be working in our New Haven office. Attorney Joseph Cogguillo III received his Juris…

What Types of Injuries Qualify for Workers’ Compensation?

An injury on the job can be devastating, which is why employers are required to provide workers' compensation insurance to protect employees who become ill or are injured while performing their regular job duties. Workers' compensation covers injuries caused by sudden accident, repeated physical motions,…

Difference Between Workers Comp & Disability Benefits

When you are unable to work due to injury or illness, there are two main forms of compensation to you, Workers Compensation and Social Security Disability. Workers Comp is a form of insurance paid by your employer and is administered by the State of Connecticut.…