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Monmouth County Workers Compensation Lawyer

Monmouth County Workers Compensation Lawyer

Work Injury Attorney in Monmouth County, NJ Has a Proven Track Record of Success Helping Injured Workers Collect Maximum Compensation For Their Workplace Accident Claims

All cases in workers’ compensation court that are resolved are done so either through settlement, dismissal, or trial. In a dismissal, the case is dismissed and the court finds that the injured worker is not entitled to further benefits. If a case is settled, this means that there is a resolution that’s agreed upon between the injured worker’s attorney and the insurance company’s attorney. In a trial, evidence is presented to a judge and then the judge makes a determination as to that injured worker’s entitlement to benefits. All three of these potential outcomes need to be approved by a workers’ compensation judge. That is very different than judicial cases which occur outside the workers’ compensation system, as in a traditional personal injury case in New Jersey oftentimes settlements are effectuated with a simple phone call or handshake between attorneys, which becomes binding. That is not the case in workers’ compensation court. Any settlement in workers’ compensation court needs to be approved by a judge of workers’ compensation. For this reason, it is very important to consult with an experienced Monmouth County Workers Compensation Lawyer with a proven track record in the workers’ compensation field, such as Daniel Santarsiero, Esq. at New Jersey Workers Compensation Lawyer of JFM Law.

Locations Served in Monmouth County, NJ

For nearly 30 years, workers’ compensation attorney Daniel Santarsiero, Esq. at New Jersey Workers Compensation Lawyer has fought to protect the interests of employees throughout Monmouth County, NJ who have suffered work-related injuries and occupational illnesses, including in the cities listed below.

  • Aberdeen Township
  • Allenhurst
  • Allentown
  • Asbury Park
  • Atlantic Highlands
  • Avon-by-the-Sea
  • Belmar
  • Bradley Beach
  • Brielle
  • Colts Neck Township
  • Deal
  • Eatontown
  • Englishtown
  • Fair Haven
  • Farmingdale
  • Freehold Borough
  • Freehold Township
  • Hazlet Township
  • Highlands
  • Holmdel Township
  • Howell Township
  • Interlaken
  • Keansburg
  • Keyport
  • Lake Como
  • Little Silver
  • Loch Arbour
  • Long Branch
  • Manalapan Township
  • Manasquan
  • Marlboro Township
  • Matawan
  • Middletown Township
  • Millstone Township
  • Monmouth Beach
  • Neptune Township
  • Neptune City
  • Ocean Township
  • Oceanport
  • Red Bank
  • Roosevelt
  • Rumson
  • Sea Bright
  • Sea Girt
  • Shrewsbury Borough
  • Shrewsbury Township
  • Spring Lake
  • Spring Lake Heights
  • Tinton Falls
  • Union Beach
  • Upper Freehold Township
  • Wall Township
  • West Long Branch

NJ Workers’ Compensation Court System

The workers’ compensation law in New Jersey is administered by various workers’ compensation courts. These workers’ compensation courts are not the traditional judicial courts that most people think of. Instead, they are actually administrative law agencies that are under the governance of the state. Each county, with a few exceptions, has its own district office usually in the country seat. In Monmouth County the local district office is located in Freehold.

Each district office has one or more judges along with staff. In Freehold, for instance, there are four judges. There is an administrative supervisory judge in each district as well as other judges who all share the same jurisdictional powers. In Freehold the administrative supervising judge is Lionel Simon, and there are three additional judges who are there on a day in/day out basis. Those three additional judges are Judge Leslie Berich, Judge Watson Berich, who is her husband, and Judge Salvatore Martino.

The day to day operations of the workers’ compensation courts in New Jersey and the cases that are listed before a particular judge at a particular district office are grouped together by the workers’ compensation insurance carriers. Each employer in New Jersey is required to have workers’ compensation insurance. There is a small fraternity of insurance companies that are authorized to write workers’ compensation insurance in the state. Employers therefore will oftentimes have only one insurance company, but that insurance company may have anywhere from 50 or less to 500 or more different employers that they insure for any particular time period. Cases will then be grouped together by which particular attorney is handling the particular insurance company’s list before a particular judge.

Cases That an Experienced Monmouth County Workers Compensation Lawyer Can Help You With

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

Contact a Top Rated Monmouth County Workers Compensation Lawyer for a Free Consultation About Your Work Accident Claim Today

If you have been injured in a workplace accident, it is important to have a lawyer review your claim as soon as possible to see that you are being treated fairly and to ensure that you receive full compensation for your injury. Please call 866-916-3549 or contact our office using our online contact form to arrange a free consultation. You should know that our compensation lawyers do not charge a fee unless we make a recovery on your behalf.

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Let Us Guide You Through The Process

If you have been injured in a workplace accident, you may have many questions about the financial benefits available to you under New Jersey’s workers’ compensation system. You should know that you only have a limited amount of time to report your work injury and make a claim for workers’ comp benefits. Therefore, it is important to have a New Jersey workers compensation attorney review your claim as soon as possible to see that you are being treated fairly and to ensure that you receive full compensation for your injuries. Please call 866-916-3549 or contact our office using our convenient online contact form to arrange a free consultation. Our injury attorneys do not charge a fee unless we make a recovery on your behalf.

Representative Cases

Our client, a nurse at a long-term care center, suffered a work-related herniated disk injury in her back. As a result of her preexisting medical condition and her herniated disk, the court found that the client was totally disabled and awarded the client lifetime weekly disability payments and medical coverage for life.

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