New Jersey Workers' Compensation Lawyer Presented by Daniel Santarsiero, Esq. of the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall
New Jersey Workers' Compensation Lawyer Presented by Daniel Santarsiero, Esq. of the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall

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Trenton Workers’ Compensation Court

Trenton is the county seat of Mercer County and the state’s capital. Furthermore, Trenton is also where the workers’ compensation court is located. Trenton Workers’ Compensation Court holds all hearings for workers’ compensation cases in Mercer County. All informal and formal hearings for workers’ compensation claims are heard before a judge in this court. For more information regarding the differences between an informal and formal hearing see here. The attorneys at Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall have dealt with many workers’ compensation cases in the Trenton Workers’ Compensation Court. To speak to a Trenton workers’ compensation attorney at our firm contact us at 800-999-0897.

What You Need To Know About New Jersey Workers’ Compensation

While New Jersey workers’ compensation requires benefits for any workplace injury or occupational disease, actually receiving the necessary compensation is not black and white. The stress and confusion of a workers’ compensation case can overwhelm an injured employee. At the same time, employers will attempt to give as few benefits and compensation as possible. The details of workers’ compensation law are very complex as there are various avenues of reimbursement. For example, you could be entitled to medical bill coverage, restitution for lost wages, physical therapy payments, and much more. Furthermore, these benefits could come from outside your immediate employer and health care provider. If your injury was caused by a third party, they could also be responsible for restitution for your injury. If you have filed a claim for an informal hearing, your case, and your employers, will be heard before a judge, upon which he or she will make a recommendation of proper workers’ compensation. On the other hand, a formal hearing has a binding decision by the judge that the company must pay; however, many times attorneys are able to expedite this process by reaching a settlement outside of court. In either case, hiring an experienced attorney will drastically improve your potential benefits. To navigate the intricacies of New Jersey workers’ compensation law, you need an experienced attorney that has a history of working in Trenton.

Workers’ Compensation Attorney In Trenton, New Jersey

The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall has decades of experience in Trenton workers’ compensation court. Our leading civil attorney, Dan Santarsiero, has over 25 years of experience in Trenton alone. Dan has routinely ensured his clients suffering from a workplace injury have been justly compensated by a plethora of parties. Whether it be your employer, health care provider, or a third party, Dan will sort through the details and find all means of restitution at your disposal. Dan’s credentials include membership in the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, a group of less than 1% of attorneys nationwide that have secured multimillion-dollar compensation for their clients. Dan has also been certified as a Civil Trial Attorney by the Supreme Court of New Jersey, accomplished by less than 2% of lawyers in the state. Please contact Dan at 800-999-0897 to begin the process of recuperating benefits for your workplace injury or occupational disease through a free consultation.

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