New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Attorneys Helping Victims of Accidents in Middlesex, Monmouth, & Ocean County
Pursuing No-Fault Assistance For Injured Workers
From our offices in Hazlet or East Brunswick, New Jersey, the workers’ compensation attorneys of Rudnick, Addonizio, Pappa & Casazza PC offer people in Monmouth, Middlesex and Ocean counties experienced legal representation for their work-related accident or injury claims. We have been providing aggressive representation for injured people in New Jersey for more than 40 years.
If you have been injured on the job, or while performing a job-related activity, you are entitled to workers’ compensation (sometimes referred to as workman’s compensation). In some cases you may be able to bring a separate personal injury lawsuit – if your injuries occur as the result of negligence by someone other than your employer. Come to our offices today for a free confidential consultation to discuss your rights and entitlements following a work-related injury.
We have experience in workers’ compensation cases involving:
- Cash settlements
- Deadlines to file a workers’ compensation claim
- Dealing insurance companies
- Death benefits
- Denied claims
- Medical benefits
- Permanent disability benefits
- Returning to work
- Temporary disability benefits
- Third party claims
Experienced Workers’ Compensation Attorneys
Our experienced workers’ compensation lawyers can help you with your claims in Monmouth County, Middlesex County or Ocean County. If you have already been denied benefits, including medical treatment, you need an experienced attorney to make an emergent application to protect your rights. We also handle employment discrimination claims, and can serve you if you have been fired in retaliation for filing a workers compensation claim, or otherwise not been allowed to return to your job.
We routinely assist people who are suffering from a wide range of injuries, including carpal tunnel syndrome, broken bones, dismemberment, severe burns and occupational diseases such as those caused by exposure to harmful chemicals.
Contact Us To Learn More
Job site injuries occur in virtually all occupations. Professionals suffer from repetitive stress injuries, industrial machine workers are often injured in industrial accidents, construction workers fall from scaffolding and refinery workers are frequently exposed to hazardous chemicals. If you have been injured while on the job, contact attorney James Addonizio to discuss your potential legal remedies.