Skilled Trades & Workers' Comp

Hackensack, New Jersey, Workers' Compensation Lawyers

If you are a utility worker or skilled tradesperson who was injured at work, your injury is typically covered under your employer's workers' compensation coverage. In order to receive benefits, you may be required to submit to a physical examination by your employer's insurance doctor. After verifying and determining the scope and nature of your injuries, you should receive benefits covering your medical expenses and lost wages. In certain situations, however, an injured employee may be denied workers' compensation benefits.

At the law office of Parisi & Gerlanc, our attorneys assist injured utility workers, carpenters, electricians, and other skilled tradesmen in workers' compensation claims. In cases involving a denial of benefits, our attorneys consult experienced medical specialists who can exam you and testify on your behalf at a workers' compensation hearing.

Regardless of whether you're applying for workers' compensation or have already been denied benefits, contact the workers' compensation benefit attorneys at Parisi & Gerlanc today. We provide free consultations in order to evaluate your case and explain the options available to you.

Trade and Utility Workers' Compensation - Injuries and Conditions

The law office of Parisi & Gerlanc represents clients in trade and utility worker compensation cases involving the following kinds of injuries:

  • Head injury
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Neck injury
  • Back injury
  • Amputations
  • Carpal tunnel, thoracic outlet syndrome and other repetitive stress injuries
  • Electrocutions and burns
  • Broken bones
  • Toxic exposure and allergic reactions
  • Occupational disease
  • Heart attacks, strokes, cardiovascular conditions

Protecting Your Rights Begins with Understanding Them

While most employers are willing to help injured workers take advantage of the benefits owed them, others cannot be counted on to provide employees with accurate, thorough information concerning their rights. Sometimes, employers attempt to reduce their costs by either convincing an injured worker to return to work early or sign a statement that essentially relieves the employer of any liability for workers' compensation benefits.

If your employer asks you to sign a pre-written statement regarding your accident or tries to convince you to "tough it out" on the job, our attorneys can intercede on your behalf to ensure your rights - and job - are protected. We've successfully represented countless clients in trade and utility worker compensation cases and are familiar with the kinds of tactics used by construction companies and building contractors to cover-up the cause of accidents and avoid consequences for safety violations.

Contact the Trade and Utility Worker Compensation Attorneys

If you're facing mounting medical bills and an uncertain work future, contact the workers' compensation lawyers at the law office of Parisi & Gerlanc today and schedule a free consultation to discuss your case.