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Mathew Flatow

Lauded by his clients and recognized by Super Lawyers and the National Trial Lawyers, Mathew E. Flatow is a respected and experienced attorney with an impressive track record of results.
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Workers’ Compensation Cases and Costs

Posted by Mathew Flatow on Jun 16, 2016 11:57:46 PM

It’s not uncommon for workers to get hurt at work. When an accident does happen, though, many people don’t know where to start with their workers’ compensation claim. While injuries can vary in type and severity, experienced attorneys can help you navigate your claim. Below are common injuries that may qualify for workers’ compensation, as well as how you can secure (and afford) the help you deserve.

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Topics: Workers' Compensation

9 Videos to Watch if You've Been Injured at Work

Posted by Mathew Flatow on May 26, 2016 3:41:20 PM

Workers' compensation claims and cases can be complicated. By their individual nature, each case must be evaluated on its own merits. However, there are many common components, frequently asked questions, and case standards that will help you gain a better understanding of the next steps you need to take after being injured at work. We've compiled nine of our workers' compensation videos to help you through this challenging time. When you're ready, whether you watch one, nine, or none of the videos, we will be here to help you navigate through this time and help you to foucs on getting back on your feet and returning to your job after receiving the compensation you deserve. 

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Topics: Workers' Compensation

Workers’ Compensation Discrimination or Wrongful Termination?

Posted by Mathew Flatow on May 23, 2016 3:12:05 PM

You got hurt at work, filed a workers’ compensation claim and were later fired. Depending on the circumstances of your termination, there may be situations when your workers’ compensation claim didn’t affect your employer’s decision to let you go. So, it’s an attorney’s job to find out if your case is a matter of wrongful termination or if you were fired because of your workers’ compensation claim.

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Topics: Workers' Compensation

5 Lessons in 5 Years: Part Three

Posted by Mathew Flatow on Apr 19, 2016 4:00:00 AM

Today marks the fifth anniversary for the firm. While we had certainly hoped we would realize some success in combining our years of legal experience, we had no guarantee. Only a vision of where we wanted to go, a desire to work hard, and a shared belief that each client we worked with would be a part of the firm's "family".

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