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Workplace Injury Lawyers in New Brunswick New Jersey

New Brunswick The Middlesex County District Office of the New Jersey Workers Compensation Court is located in New Brunswick. This court possesses jurisdiction to decide all workers compensation claims filed by residents of Edison, New Brunswick, Old Bridge, Woodbridge, East Brunswick and the rest of the county. If you were injured at work and require assistance, our New Jersey Workers Compensation Lawyers are available to help you. Dan Santarsiero of our firm is an accomplished litigator who has been successfully representing injured workers in New Brunswick for decades. His accomplishments and experience has earned in many honors, including the distinction of being a Certified Civil Trial Lawyer, SuperLawyer and member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Dan and his team are thoroughly capable of securing all necessary medical treatment, income benefits and the permanency award that you are entitled to under New Jersey law.

A Knowledgeable Attorney Is Ready To Discuss Your New Brunswick NJ Workers Compensation Claim

The sole avenue for an injured worker to recover from his employer is the workers compensation system. This framework allows an employee injured on the job to obtain necessary medical treatment, disability benefits and even a lump-sum award for permanent disability sustained in a workplace accident. If the claimant resides in Middlesex County, his claim is heard at the New Brunswick Workers Compensation Court located at 550 Jersey Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ. The telephone number of the court is (732) 937-6333 and the fax number is (732) 828-0698. Honorable Ashley Hutchinson is the Presiding Judge of the New Brunswick District Office. She is assisted by Honorable Gerald Massell, Honorable Dana Wilt Mayo, and Honorable Robert D. Thuring. The lawyers at our firm have been appearing in this venue on behalf of injured works for well over 20 years and are capable of successfully handling any workers compensation case, including those involving:

When it comes to workplace injuries, the stories are legendary in terms of employers and workers compensation insurance carriers attempting to stonewall injured workers. Do not allow yourself to be shortchanged. Contact our New Brunswick Office to discuss your options with a knowledgeable workers compensation lawyer.

Do not sit on Your Rights Because There are Strict Notice Requirements to Reporting Your Claim

The Workers’ Compensation Act imposes strict time limitations for reporting a workplace injury. N.J.S.A. 34:15-17 allows an employer to deny a claim absent notice of injury provided within 14 days of the accident and/or occurrence. While there are exceptions to this rule, you should not put yourself in a situation of vulnerability. Our lawyers will make certain that notice in the following form required by N.J.S.A. 34:15-18 is personally served on the employer or their agent:

“The notice referred to may be served personally upon the employer, or upon any agent of the employer upon whom a summons may be served in a civil action, or by sending it through the mail to the employer at the last known residence or business place thereof within the state, and shall be substantially in the following form:

“To (name of employer):

You are hereby notified that a personal injury was received by (name of employee injured), who was in your employ at (place) while engaged as (nature of employment), on or about the …… day of …………, nineteen hundred and …………, and that compensation will be claimed therefor.”

Workers Compensation Attorney in New Brunswick

It certainly makes sense to hire a workers compensation attorney who is not only knowledgeable in this area of law but also familiar with the judges in sit at the New Brunswick district of the division. This is precisely what we can provide you at the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall as Dan Santarsiero has been routinely appearing in the court for over twenty years. We encourage you to call (800) 999-0897 to speak to Dan or another one of our lawyers to obtain the information you require. If you decide to retain our firm, our compensation is on a contingent fee basis with your having no obligation to pay our attorneys anything unless there is a recovery. A lawyer is ready to discuss your case now.