Workplace Accident Attorney Helping Victims in Bergen County
Whether you are permanently or temporarily disabled and unable to work, you are entitled by law to financial compensation. Your Worker’s Compensation claim is made against the insurance company engaged by your employer. It is a common mistake to think that a worker’s compensation claim is made directly against your employer. Today, employers know that injury claims are simply insurance claims, and not against them “personally.”
At Levin & Malkin, we firmly believe that you deserve full financial compensation for your work accident injury. Our goal is to help you obtain the Worker’s Compensation benefits you have earned in order to pay for your medical bills, continuing health care and lost income.
The laws and policies governing workers’ compensation benefits can be confusing. The team of accomplished personal injury attorneys at Levin & Malkin combines nearly 60 years of aggregate experience and a personal dedication to helping victims of workplace and job site accidents. Our focus is on obtaining the health care and financial recovery you deserve.
At Levin & Malkin, we take care of everything for you, from the initial filing for Worker’s Compensation benefits to your receiving all the benefits you are legally entitled to. Our lawyers provide sound legal advice and experienced representation at every stage of the process.
No Up-Front Legal Fees
You pay us nothing to start your Worker’s Compensation case. Legal fees are awarded by the Worker’s Compensation Court after your case is resolved. Typically, the Court will require the insurance company to pay a large portion of any awarded legal fees.
Additional Sources of Money – Third Party Claims
It is often possible to add additional sources of insurance benefits for your financial recovery. A civil personal injury claim can supplement your Worker’s Compensation claim. It can be made against any person or business (called a third party) which is responsible for your injury. If you were hurt in a motor vehicle accident while on the job, you may also obtain financial recoveries from the Third Parties who caused or contributed to your accident. Other examples of Third Parties from whom you may receive money may include a property owner, a construction contractor or subcontractor, or a maintenance company, or any other person or entity which is not your employer or co-employee.
Contact Our Hackensack Workplace Accident Lawyer
We have the experience, knowledge, and skills to take care of all the aspects of your Worker’s Compensation and Third Party Civil Cases. We can take care of everything, while you heal and get your life back on track.
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