Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Brady/Callahan releases new workers’ compensation infographic

The personal injury lawyers at Brady/Callahan in Springfield have released a new infographic, a simple guide to workers' compensation benefits for anyone looking to learn more about the process of filing a workers' compensation claim.

The Workers’ Compensation infographic which is visible on the Brady /Callahan website provides an overview of the general process involved in a Workers' Compensation claim and highlights the potential financial benefits. The infographic visually depicts key workers’ comp topics like Wage Reimbursement, Payment for Permanency, Job Search Assistance, and Medical Benefits. As a simplified view of Workers’ Compensation, the Brady/Callahan infographic makes it easier to understand the steps and benefits involved in a Workers’ Compensation claim.

As Brady/Callahan attorney Brendan Donahue noted, "After using a rough explanatory sketch for many years with clients, we decided to make it available to everyone seeking to understand and navigate the Workers' Compensation system. We hope people will find it to be a handy road map when managing the challenges of a workplace injury.”

​Along with the Workers’ Compensation infographic, the Brady/Callahan law firm has published a number of FAQ’s (Frequently Asked Questions) about the subject of Workers’ Compensation on their website.

Located in Springfield, VT, Brady/Callahan provides local Personal Injury and Workers' Compensation representation along with specialized expertise in Municipal Law Services. The Vermont-based Valley Business Journal voted Brady/Callahan the "Best of the Best Winner for Legal Services" in 2014. Managing partners John E. Brady, J. Christopher Callahan, and Brendan P. Donahue bring decades of legal experience to their representation of individuals, businesses, and organizations in Vermont and New Hampshire. Visit for more information.    

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