Real Help With Workers' Compensation

From our offices in New Jersey, GOLDSTEIN, BALLEN, O'ROURKE & WILDSTEIN helps injured working people to claim the compensation they deserve after a workplace accident. We assist with workers' compensation claims and appeals.

We are perfectly familiar with the types of injuries that occur in the workplace, from offices and manufacturing to factories and construction sites. We can put that knowledge to work for you. Contact us to schedule a consultation.

Our law firm is diligent in helping clients meet reporting deadlines and securing benefits at the earliest available time through employers' workers' comp insurance carriers. Additionally, we evaluate every workplace injury claim to verify whether there is any additional claim to be made against a third party such as an equipment manufacturer or a delivery or cleaning service.

In fact, we often find that defective products in use at the workplace offer additional sources of compensation to help an injured worker or his or her family deal with resulting expenses and losses.

Who Our Lawyers Represent

Our clients have included such working people as the following:

  • Automotive workers with back injuries
  • Information and communication technologies workers with carpal tunnel syndrome from repetitive trauma
  • Spouses and children of workers who are seeking death benefits following a work-related death from falls from cranes, ladders and scaffolding.
  • Person injured in any way while in the course of employment

Workers' Compensation — A Quick Overview

The term "workers' compensation" refers to a system of laws outlining specific benefits to which injured employees are entitled, and the procedures for obtaining such benefits. Every state has its own workers' compensation laws.

Under the law in New Jersey as in most states, every business must have some form of workers' compensation insurance to cover injured employees. Filing a workers' compensation claim is similar to filing an insurance claim; it isn't a lawsuit against an employer or a request for a handout, but rather a request for benefits that are due when an injury takes place at work.

If you have been injured at work, attorneys experienced in workers' compensation law can explain the complexities of workers' compensation (formerly known as "workman's comp") and help you secure the maximum benefits to which you are entitled.

Contact us at our Passaic office or at one of our other locations to find out more.