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Secure Compensation After A Workplace Injury

After a serious work-related injury or illness, you may be suffering constant pain and unable to return to work, in severe instances you may be permanently disabled. If you suffered an on the job injury, you may be able to seek wage replacement and medical benefits through a workers’ compensation claim.

Whether you need to file a claim, appeal a denied claim or secure continued benefits, you can count on the experienced lawyers at The Law Offices of Mark E. Weinberger P.C. for efficient and personalized service. We understand the urgency of your claim and work tenaciously to reach a timely resolution.

Third-Party Workplace Injury Claims

New York law protects employers from lawsuits arising from on the job injuries if your injury was unintentional and the employer has workers’ compensation insurance. However, if a negligent third party caused your injury, you may be able to pursue additional compensation through a personal injury claim. For instance, if you suffered a slip-and-fall injury while visiting a vendor or another car struck you while making a delivery, you may have grounds for a personal injury suit.

Start The Healing Process By Contacting Us

Unfortunately, medical bills and household expenses persist even if you are unable to earn a living. A successful workers’ compensation claim can help keep you financially afloat while you recover. Our attorneys fight aggressively to obtain the compensation you need and deserve. Let our dedicated staff handle your legal burdens so you can focus on your recovery.

To learn more about your legal options after a worker injury, we offer free consultations. To schedule yours at our Rockville Centre office, call 516-855-3715 or send us an email. We assist clients throughout Nassau County, Suffolk County and the five boroughs.

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