Our team, which has been representing workers who have been injured on the job since 1933, is dedicated to making sure the injured are able to obtain the compensation they need and that they are treated with respect during this stressful, difficult time.
How We Can Help You
From the moment you contact our office, we will work with you to review the facts of your case, help you determine if you are eligible for workers’ compensation, assist you with any paperwork, speak with the insurance company on your behalf, inform you of any other legal options available to you, and if you choose, help you pursue those other options. For example, in many cases, it is possible that the injured worker can seek compensation via a personal injury lawsuit in addition to filing for workers’ compensation.
Workers We’ve Represented
Commonly, our clients are construction workers, electricians, nurses, factory workers, firefighters, police officers, transit authority workers, truck drivers, and sanitation workers. But we happily represent workers from ANY profession.
New York, NY 10034
Columbia University Medical Center
630 West 168th St.
New York, NY 10032
Lower Manhattan Hospital
170 William St.
New York, NY 10038
Social Security Offices
New York, NY 10033
123 William St.
New York, NY 10038
237 W 48th St.
New York, NY 10036
What Our Clients Say About Us
"It's a JOY to speak with the staff From the onset I have been treated as if my case was the most important and totally focused and always kept informed of any developments in my case. Joy to speak with staff – Maryann, Ms. Torres, Mrs. Mittman, Mr. Jacobs – all are always responsive. I thank my referring attorney and have appreciated your firm, services from the onset of my injury. I did not know anything about compensation care and as a result of my exposure to your firm I can say that I am well informed. I have referred a few friends/acquaintances to your firm because of my experience and care received by you and your group. I was and continue to be treated with the utmost consideration by all staff of the firm. From the receptionist to the partners, always courteous and dedicated. Always responding to my calls and any questions I may have. So enjoy your monthly newsletter, very upbeat."Rating: 5.0 ★★★★★
By Brian Mittman
August 3rd, 2016 – Cinderblock Hits Construction Worker In The Head
Emergency responders rushed a man who was working on a construction site in Brooklyn to the hospital after a cinderblock fell about five feet and struck him in the head. His injuries were described as “severe”. Learn more at New York Daily News.
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