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About Dan Santarsiero, NJ Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

Your Ally For Workers’ Compensation And Personal Injury Claims

At our firm, Dan Santarsiero NJ Workers’ Compensation Lawyer, Mr. Santarsiero represents individuals injured in workplace accidents in workers’ compensation courts throughout New Jersey. He is a certified civil trial attorney who skillfully handles occupational accident and injury claims.

Dan also has nearly 30 years of experience appearing at the workers’ compensation courts in Freehold, New Brunswick, Toms River, Jersey City, Newark, Paterson, and Hackensack on behalf of those who have been injured on the job. His success has included many recoveries in excess of one million dollars, as well as countless significant compensation awards. You can contact our office anytime 24/7 at (934) 200-5372 to speak with Dan and get advice from a highly experienced New Jersey workers’ compensation attorney. Initial consultations are always free.

Honors & Recognitions

Why Choose Daniel Santarsiero NJ Workers' Compensation Lawyer? Our Commitment to Your Recovery

  • Start with a Virtual Consult
    You don't need to come to our office. We can meet virtually!
  • 24/7 Help Available
    Don't hesitate! Give us a call whenever you need legal help.
  • We Offer Contingency Fees
    You don't pay our firm a dime unless we win for you.
  • We're a Spanish-Speaking Team
    Our law firm is dedicated to providing Spanish language services.

Hear From Our Happy Clients

At Daniel Santarsiero NJ Workers' Compensation Lawyer, your satisfaction is our priority! See for yourself what our clients have to say about working with us.

  • "A Great Experience!"

    I have had nothing but great experiences working with Daniel Santarsiero on several comp cases.

    - Larry W.
  • "Highly Recommend!"

    He always took the time to answer all my questions and thoroughly explain what was happening next. I would highly recommend him!!!!!!

    - Barbara A.
  • "He is Amazing!"

    He is amazing! Not only did he answer all my questions, but he also broke down my case in terms that I would understand.

    - Amanda A.
  • "A Blessing!"

    He sure will go to bat for someone he believes in. I would recommend him over and over again.

    - Eileen H.

Fighting For The Compensation You Deserve

Our New Jersey workers’ compensation firm is capable of representing you with respect to any workplace injury you are facing. We can help you with:

We have the experience and knowledge necessary to effectively advocate for you through each step of the process. We will fight for your rights because your best interests are our top priority.

Our Settlements & Verdicts

Our top priority is to devise customized legal strategies that are tailored to the unique legal needs of our clients, no matter how simple or complicated their situations, might be.

  • Work-Related Accidental Death
  • Work-Related Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Work-Related Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
  • Work-Related Construction Injury
  • Work-Related Fall
  • Work-Related Heart Attack

Discuss Your Options With A Qualified Attorney

If you have been injured or have a loved one who has been injured on the job, you need an experienced attorney on your side. Contact us today. Call (934) 200-5372 or email us to schedule a complimentary consultation in one of our conveniently located offices. Lawyers are available around the clock to help you.

Stay In The Know

  • Can you collect workers’ compensation and retirement benefits?
    If you retire while on workers’ compensation, you may still be entitled to certain workers’ comp benefits. For example, workers’ comp will continue to pay for all reasonable and necessary medical treatment. While temporary wage replacement will cease if you retire, since retirement means you have no intention of returning to work, you are still able to collect permanent disability benefit payments while retired.
  • Does a workers’ compensation settlement affect Social Security disability benefits?
    Yes. New Jersey is considered a “reverse offset” state. Unlike most other states where workers’ comp benefits may be reduced to the extent that a disabled worker is also receiving Social Security disability benefits, in New Jersey workers’ comp benefits are used to offset the Social Security disability benefits that a worker would receive. Although New Jersey law does not consider workers’ comp settlements to be compensation benefits, the Social Security Administration does offset settlements against disability benefit payments.
  • Can you get unemployment after filing for workers’ compensation?
    While you cannot collect unemployment and workers’ comp benefits at the same time, you may be able to file a claim for unemployment benefits (if you have been terminated from your job for an eligible reason) after you have fully recovered from a work injury or illness and no longer receive workers’ comp benefits.

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