Suing Your Employer In New Jersey

It is not uncommon for workers to refuse to notify an employer of a workplace accident for fear of retaliation. Some make the decision to stay quiet because they've heard stories of insurance companies denying or devaluing a workers' compensation claim.

If you have these kinds of concerns, talk to an experienced Ocean County workers' compensation attorney at Silvi, Fedele & Honschke Attorneys at Law, L.L.C. We have the experience necessary to guide you through the process of filing a workers' compensation claim or suing your employer for compensation if it becomes necessary.

We understand the delicacy with which these matters must be handled. This is especially the case when an employee wishes to return to work at the same organization or in the same field in the future. While there are governmental acts in place that protect employees from retaliation in workers' compensation cases, many individuals still fear being terminated or blackballed if they complain or file a lawsuit.

Aggressive Representation And Personal Service

The most important thing in these situations is that you are properly compensated for your injuries. If the insurance carrier has delayed, devalued or denied your claim, or you have been retaliated against — demoted, terminated, etc. — after filing a workers' compensation claim, you need a knowledgeable New Jersey lawyer on your side. Since 1986, our firm has fought to protect the rights of injured workers. No matter your specific situation, contact us for a free consultation. We can provide the legal insight and guidance you need.

Contact A Monmouth County Workers' Compensation Lawyer For A Free Consultation

Workers' compensation claims can be complex and frustrating. Schedule a free consultation at Silvi, Fedele & Honschke by calling 877-251-5491 or contacting us online. You don't pay a fee unless your case is settled successfully.