Hoboken Workers Compensation Lawyer
Contact Us Today For A Free Consultation With An Experienced Hoboken Work Injury Attorney
The most common mistake made after suffering an injury in the workplace is hiring the wrong attorney. Receiving the benefits you are entitled to requires an experienced lawyer who specializes in workers’ compensation law. Here at New Jersey Workers Compensation Lawyer, the head of our Workers’ Compensation Department, Dan Santarsiero has nearly 30 years of experience in handling workers’ compensation cases in New Jersey. Unlike most lawyers, Dan is a seasoned Hoboken workers compensation lawyer who is regularly involved in fierce litigation. Dan is also certified as a Civil Trial Attorney by the Supreme Court of New Jersey, sharing this recognition with only 2% of all licensed attorneys in the state. Dan is also a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, a prominent group of lawyers who have won over a million dollars in settlements and verdicts for their clients. Most importantly, Dan is a people person who understands the overwhelming nature of being put out of work by an injury. To speak to Dan about your case, and how you can recover the benefits that you deserve, please contact our Hoboken office, we offer a free consultation. Dan can be reached at 866-916-3549.
Hoboken Workers’ Compensation Court in Jersey City, NJ
Hoboken is located in Hudson County, New Jersey on the west bank of the Hudson River. Hoboken is one of the fastest-growing cities in New Jersey and is home to over 50,000 people. As a part of the New York metropolitan area, Hoboken is a major transportation network for the tri-state region and especially into New York City. The growing economy of Hoboken is supported by various large employers such as Stevens Institute of Technology, who as of 2014 employed 1,285 full-time employees, John Wiley & Sons, Marsh USA, Hoboken University Medical Center, Academy Bus Tours, and others. Due to high employment in the area, citizens of Hoboken file a considerable number of workers’ compensation claims. If you live in Hoboken and initiate a workers’ compensation proceeding, your case will be heard at the Jersey City Workers’ Compensation Court. The Jersey City Workers’ Compensation Court handles all workers’ compensation claims filed in Hudson County and is located at 438 Summit Avenue on the third floor, in Jersey City. The court can be reached at 201-217-7205. To initiate a workers’ compensation claim you can either file a formal Claim Petition or an Application for an Informal Hearing. In either circumstance, the decision to hire an attorney can make the difference of hundreds of thousands of dollars in compensation for your injury.
What You Need To Know About Workers’ Compensation
The first step to take after being injured in an accident at work is to seek medical attention. Always remember to save copies of your medical records as they will be crucial to your case. Next, you will need to notify your employer, the faster the better. Waiting too long to notify your employer of an injury can prevent you from receiving compensation. An attorney will help you with the filing process and ensure that you are following the law. Although New Jersey workers’ compensation law was designed to efficiently dispense benefits to injured employees, insurance companies debauch the process by using unscrupulous strategies to reduce their payout. For example, as medical bills begin to pile up and you have lost the ability to earn wages, the insurance carrier, aware of your desperation, will offer a settlement amount far below what you are entitled to. At New Jersey Workers Compensation Lawyer of The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, we refuse to allow you to be taken advantage of. Our team of attorneys will aggressively pursue a settlement that grants you full compensation for your injuries, including medical costs and lost wages. Contact us today for a free consultation.
Frequently Asked Questions About Workers’ Compensation Claims
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