Over the course of his almost 40 year career, Mr. Radomski has represented working men and woman injured on the job and as a result of work conditions in Workers' Compensation cases throughout New Jersey.
Mr. Radmoski has practiced Workers' Compensation law since 1975, with his practice exclusively focused on Workers' Compensation for over 30 years. Mr. Radomski is experienced in handing all varieties of compensation cases, including complex occupational claims such as cardiac, pulmonary, cancer, workplace exposure, Mesothelimona and psychological claims.
Mr. Radomski has briefed and argued numerous cases before the New Jersey Supreme Court and Superior Court, Appellate Division, including Carlsen v. Master, Mates & Pilots Pension Plan Trust, 80 N.J. 334 (1979), Shaw v. Hatrak, 164 N.J.Super. 414 (App. Div. 1078), Jenkins v. Johns-Manville Products Corp., 240 N.J.Super. 549 (App. Div. 1990), Sormaz v. Alpha Moving & Storage, Inc., 2010 WL 546646 (N.J.Super.A.D.), Komisky v. Kominsky & Co., 2011 WL 1660833 (N.J.Super.A.D.), and Johnson v. Exxon Mobile Chemical Co. 2012 WL 3064003 (N.J.Super.A.D.).
After graduating from Rutgers School of Law, Mr. Radomski began his career at Kaplan, Feingold & Kaplan in Carteret. In 1980, Mr. Radomski joined the firm of Bright & Zirulnik in Short Hills. Mr. Radomski originally joined the Workers' Compensation department at Wysoker Glassner in 1983. In 1989, Mr. Radmoski became head of the Worker's Compensation Department at Nelinson, Roche & Carter in East Orange. In 2000, Mr. Radomski rejoined Wysoker Glassner.