Workers’ Compensation Attorney

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In our region of New Jersey, there is a misconception that undocumented workers have no legal rights if they suffer on-the-job injuries. Many people fear that because of their status, they will be unable to collect workers' compensation benefits. Thankfully, that's not the case.

New Jersey has a system in place that allows individuals to collect workers' compensation benefits, even if they do not have Social Security numbers.

At the law office of Greenberg, Walden & Grossman, LLC, we represent individuals in Hudson County and throughout New Jersey who suffered on-the-job injuries. Our workers' compensation lawyers help all individuals — including immigrants and undocumented workers — receive the full and fair compensation they need in cases involving work-related illnesses and injuries. We guide individuals through every step of the process, helping ensure they always know what to expect.

Do I Need To Prove That My Employer Was Negligent?

Many people think that they are only eligible for workers' compensation benefits if they are able to prove that their employer was negligent. However, that is not the case. An individual who suffers overuse injuries could be entitled to the same type compensation as an individual who was injured because his or her employer violated Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines.

Contact An Experienced Work Injury Lawyer Serving Bergen County

If you suffered injuries in a warehouse, factory or another workplace, you may be entitled to compensation. Working with an experienced attorney can help ensure you receive the financial protection you need. Schedule your free initial consultation by calling 800-655-3695 or completing our online contact form.