Mt. Arlington Workers' Compensation Court
Mt. Arlington is a borough in Morris County, located on the southeast shore of Lake Hopatcong. Prior to World War 1 it was a popular place of respite for many hardworking New Yorkers. Arriving by train at Landing Station, passengers would take a water taxi across Lake Hopatcong to one of the area’s many resorts and enjoy the famous “Mount Arlington breeze”. A delightful escape from the city, many visitors would come for the world-famous carousel and roller coaster rides featured at Bertrand Island, an amusement park that remained open until 1983. Today, Mt. Arlington is a quiet, mostly suburban residential community with a population of about 5,000. However, every year there is an influx of civil suits at the Mt. Arlington Workers’ Compensation Courthouse on Valley Road. The reason being is that this courthouse is the destination for every official workers compensation claim that is filed within all of Sussex, Morris, and the northern half of Warren Counties. If you need to contact this court the telephone number is, (973) 770-4480, and the Regional Supervisor is Mildred Rodriguez.Sussex, Morris & Northern Warren County Workers’ Compensation Attorney
If you are form Sussex, Morris, or the northern part of Warren County and have been injured during the course of employment, you should strongly consider hiring an experienced workers’ compensation attorney. At the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall our lead civil attorney Daniel Santarsiero, has settled many workers’ compensation cases at the Mt. Arlington Workers’ Compensation Courthouse. Through his twenty-five plus years of experience Dan has spent much of his time in litigation and has secured several million dollar injury settlements and verdicts. No matter how severe your injury is, it is extremely important that you discuss your claim with a workers’ compensation attorney before you make a mistake that could permanently damage your right to recover benefits.New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Law
All New Jersey employers are required to have a “no fault” insurance policy that appropriately compensates employees for any kind of workplace injury or developed occupational disease. Injuries are very expensive, and the costs become even more burdensome when the injury keeps you from being able to perform your job. As the medical bills pile up, and you stew inside your home unable to work, in pain from your injury you will be experiencing stress that is unfamiliar to most people. This is yet another reason to reach out to a workers compensation attorney to review your claim. Although New Jerseys Workers Compensation System has a “no fault” policy, it is the aim of your employer and insurer to minimize their exposure to your claim. Hiring an experienced workers’ compensation attorney who is familiar with the New Jersey system and the loops claimants are required to jump through will ensure that you do not miss out on benefits you have a right to. Do not hesitate to speak with an attorney experience in these kinds of matters, call Dan to discuss your claim or set up a free consultation at (800) 999-0897.