Elizabeth Workers’ Compensation Lawyer
Workers’ Compensation Court
Elizabeth, New Jersey, is both the largest city in all of Union county, and the county seat. This means Elizabeth is an effective administrative center for all of Union County. However, any injured worker seeking to file an official workers’ compensation complaint within Union County must do so at the Plainfield Workers’ Compensation Courthouse. At the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, our lead civil attorney Daniel Santarsiero has a history of successful settlements for injured workers at the Plainfield courthouse. The Plainfield Workers’ Compensation Court is located at 200 W. 2nd Street, and can be reached by telephone at 908-412-7750.
Workers’ Compensation System
Elizabeth is home to a diverse group of workers. From retailers at the Jersey Gardens Outlet Mall to industrial and technical workers at the Bayway and Phillips 66 refineries, there is a lot happening and continuing to develop in Elizabeth. Due to this large number of professionals, there are a significant amount of workers’ compensation claims from Elizabeth submitted to the Workers Compensation Courthouse in Plainfield. When filing this claim, workers should be skeptical of their knowledge of the New Jersey workers’ compensation system. Although New Jersey’s compensation system is designed to protect employees, employers’ insurance carriers can delay your benefits and make collecting very difficult for you. Hiring a skilled workers compensation attorney can speed up this process and ensure that you receive the benefits you have a right to.
Elizabeth Workers’ Compensation Attorney
Being injured at work is an awful experience. You are suffering and no longer have the ability to go out and support yourself. Everything comes to a halt as you contemplate how you can continue to support yourself and your family. For this reason, it is important to contact a workers’ compensation attorney as soon as possible. You do not want to have to wait to receive the benefits you need now. The sooner you act the better, as there are deadlines and limitations when a workers’ compensation complaint can be filed relative to the date of the accident. One of the worst things imaginable would be losing your opportunity to collect benefits that you need for medical expenses and lost wages because you did not reach out to a workers’ compensation attorney sooner. If you would like to discuss your claim, you can call us at 800-999-0897.