Piscataway Workers’ Compensation
Piscataway is located in central New Jersey within Middlesex County, New Jersey and has a population of 56,000 people. Piscataway is one of the oldest cities in New Jersey, dating back to the 17th century. Large organizations such as Rutgers University, Pepsi Co, and Johnson and Johnson are located in Piscataway and employ many people in the area. Piscataway also has many small businesses. When an employee is injured on the job in Piscataway and a workers’ compensation claim is filed, the case will be heard in New Brunswick, at the New Brunswick Workers’ Compensation Court. The court is located at 550 Jersey Avenue in New Brunswick. Our firm has a history of successful negotiations in the New Brunswick Workers’ Compensation Court where we have worked to secure maximum compensation for our clients.Piscataway Workers’ Compensation Lawyer
New Jersey law requires that employers provide workers’ compensation insurance, which protects workers who have get injured on the job or suffer from occupation diseases. However, obtaining full benefits can be a difficult process which requires the knowledge and experience of a skilled workers’ compensation attorney. At the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall, our leading civil attorney, Dan Santarsiero has over 25 years of experience obtaining full compensation on the behalf of clients who have been involved in workplace accidents or suffer from occupation diseases. Dan’s accomplishments have been recognized by the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, a group of less than 1% of all licensed attorneys who have won verdicts or settlements over 1 million dollars. If you or a loved one has been involved in a work place accident, or suffers from an occupational disease, call our New Brunswick Office anytime for free information about your case.New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Law
After suffering an injury at work, there is an uphill battle ahead of you. First, because New Jersey law requires workers’ compensation claims to be filed in a timely manner, you need to inform your employer as soon as possible. The process can be overwhelming because your employer’s insurance carrier will be looking for avenues to completely bar you from recovery or limit your benefits. The reality is, you need time to recover from your injuries, and you cannot fight your employer’s insurance carrier alone. The best decision you can make is to retain a skilled workers’ compensation attorney to handle your case, so your injury does not become a life altering event. Our team of skilled attorneys, led by Dan Santarsiero, understand the nuances of the New Jersey Workers’ compensation system and will aggressively pursue full compensation under the law. To speak to Dan about your case, please call (800) 999-0897 for a free consultation.