Joe D’Amico has been a lifesaver for my family and me. Ten years ago, I had a work injury. For almost ten years the injury caused pain and re-injury, my boss would send me to the Worker’s Comp doctors and they would do some x-rays, give me medicine, sometimes send me to physical therapy, and rush me back to work. For years I would barely make it through the work day due to my pain only to come home and collapse so I could do it all again the next day. I lost time with my sons and wife. Finally, because the pain became so bad I lost my job after 26 years. I was devastated.

    Then Joe came to the rescue and for the first time I finally had an advocate. I started receiving the medical care and time to heal that I needed. I ended up being able to choose where I received my medical care, have second opinions and get the time my doctors felt I needed to heal. Joe worked hard to make sure I received all the care I needed, for a year he worked with me to make sure my medical bills and lost work hours were compensated. Joe also counseled me on how to deal this injury and plan for the future. When I was at my worst Joe came to meet with me at my house.

    Joe fought hard for me for almost a year without ever sending me a bill. He was able to get me a very good compensation for my losses and only then was compensated for his hard work. He is someone my family has counted on for all kinds of advice. He is a good, honest man who will work very hard to make things right. From my experience, worker’s comp people are not out to help the working man but with Joe on your side they will be forced to do everything the law provides for. No one cared before Joe was my lawyer but once he was involved, it all changed.

    He fought hard to ensure I received the right care and time to heal. For the first time in years, I can enjoy activities with my family, walk the dog without almost collapsing, and enjoy working out in the yard. I found a new job in my field that I can look forward to each work day.

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