If you have been injured while at work, whether you developed your injuries over a long period of time or you were injured suddenly, you may qualify for workers' compensation benefits. If you are no longer able to work after being injured on the job, we can help. At the New Brunswick law offices of Wysoker, Glassner, Weingartner, Gonzalez, and Lockspeiser, we help injured workers get the compensation they deserve. For over 90 years, our firm has been protecting the rights of injured workers. We don't represent employers, and we never have.
When you have been injured on the job, your first priority is to take care of your immediate medical concerns. The workers' compensation system was developed to protect injured workers. You are entitled to medical treatment and financial assistance to make up for your lost wages. If you're not getting the full benefits you deserve, it is time to contact a lawyer.
You may be eligible for workers' compensation benefits for any workplace injuries. Our law firm has been representing injured workers for over 90 years. Over that time, we have fought for the rights of clients who were injured in a variety of cases covered by workers' compensation, including:
Whether you will be able to return to work after you heal from your injury or your injury has caused a permanent total disability, we will fight to make sure you get the benefits you are entitled to receive. If you have lost a loved one in a workplace accident, we can help you make sure your family is taken care of properly.
No matter what type of accident you were injured in, if it took place while you were at work, you may be entitled to workers' compensation benefits. At the law offices of Wysoker, Glassner, Weingartner, Gonzalez, and Lockspeiser, we can help you understand your options. Contact us today for a free initial consultation.