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Utility Worker Injury Lawyer in New Jersey

We rely on utility workers to maintain and repair our essential services, such as electricity, gas, water, sewer, and telecommunications. Despite the vital importance of their work, these jobs often come with significant risks. New Jersey's Workers' Compensation laws provide robust benefits for utility workers who suffer injuries on the job. 

Navigating a workers' compensation claim can be challenging in any circumstances, but particularly when dealing with large utility companies and their insurance providers. That’s why it’s invaluable to have an experienced utility worker injury lawyer like Daniel Santarsiero, Esq. on your side. He’s fought for New Jersey workers since 1993 and has a detailed grasp of the intricacies of the law and procedure, as well as how to get you the benefits you need and deserve. 

Our office is here to help gather the necessary documentation and meet critical deadlines. We want you to focus on your recovery while we manage the hassles associated with a workers’ compensation claim. 

Call (934) 200-5372 today.

Why Choose Daniel Santarsiero NJ Workers' Compensation Lawyer? Our Commitment to Your Recovery

  • Start with a Virtual Consult
    You don't need to come to our office. We can meet virtually!
  • 24/7 Help Available
    Don't hesitate! Give us a call whenever you need legal help.
  • We Offer Contingency Fees
    You don't pay our firm a dime unless we win for you.
  • We're a Spanish-Speaking Team
    Our law firm is dedicated to providing Spanish language services.

Hear From Our Happy Clients

At Daniel Santarsiero NJ Workers' Compensation Lawyer, your satisfaction is our priority! See for yourself what our clients have to say about working with us.

    "Hard Work & Dedication"
    Very professional and hardworking group of lawyers. They work hard to get you the best outcome for your cases. Excellent customer service and always current and prompt with material that relates to your case.
    - Zalana K.
    "A Great Experience!"
    I have had nothing but great experiences working with Daniel Santarsiero on several comp cases.
    - Larry W.
    "Highly Recommend!"
    He always took the time to answer all my questions and thoroughly explain what was happening next. I would highly recommend him!!!!!!
    - Barbara A.
    "He is Amazing!"
    He is amazing! Not only did he answer all my questions, but he also broke down my case in terms that I would understand.
    - Amanda A.
    "A Blessing!"
    He sure will go to bat for someone he believes in. I would recommend him over and over again.
    - Eileen H.
    "Very Satisfied!"
    I wasn't really expecting to get anything so im very satisfied with the results, would highly recommend as a legal representative.
    - Lucas Vieira A.
    "Definitely Recommend!"
    I would have never been able to navigate all the twists and turns of the process. Thanks to Dan everything was 100% successful. I highly, highly recommend Dan.
    - Russ D.
    "The Best Results!"
    He resolved any concerns and concluded the case within a reasonable amount of time with positive results.
    - Stephen C.

Common Types of Utility Worker Injuries

There are as many different injury possibilities as there are people. However, they tend to have certain commonalities, especially within the same line of work. 

Electrical Workers

Whether it’s a worker from JCP&L, PSE&G, or any other electrical company that has gotten injured, we’re here to help. These are some of the injuries we see most frequently: 

  • Electrical burns: Utility workers often face the risk of burn injuries from live wires, faulty equipment, or short circuits. These burns can cause severe tissue damage and require extensive medical care, including surgery and rehabilitation.
  • Electrocution: Direct contact with high-voltage electricity can lead to electrocution, resulting in severe injuries or even accidental death. Electrocution can cause cardiac arrest, neurological damage, and long-term disability.
  • Falls from heights: Working on utility poles, towers, and elevated platforms puts electrical workers at significant risk of falls. These accidents can result in broken bones, spinal injuries, and traumatic brain injuries.
  • Arc flash injuries: An arc flash is a sudden release of electrical energy through the air, which can cause burns, blindness, and hearing loss. These incidents are highly dangerous and can lead to life-threatening injuries.
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About New Jersey Worker's Compensation Lawyer

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. Our injury attorneys do not charge a fee unless we make a recovery on your behalf.

We Don’t Get Paid Unless You Get Paid

Every injured utility worker deserves access to an experienced  New Jersey lawyer without the stress of upfront costs. That’s why we operate on a contingency fee basis, meaning you owe us nothing unless we successfully secure compensation for you. This approach allows you to confidently pursue your Workers' Compensation claim, knowing that our interests align with yours.

Our office works tirelessly to advocate for your rights. With our no-win, no-fee approach, you can focus on your recovery while we handle the complexities of your case. 

Call (934) 200-5372 or contact us online today.

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