When and how are Attorneys Compensated for their Services in New Jersey?

Providing Assistance to Employees in Trenton, Princeton, Hamilton, and Pennington Towns, NJ

Attorneys at Kamensky, Cohen & Riechelson are also prepared to help clients through the process of filing for and receiving, workers’ compensation in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Employers are required by law to financially assist employees hurt while at work, regardless of who is at fault for the injury. While employers are legally required to compensate you, it is not always in their best interest to do so or to do it quickly and efficiently. Our workers’ compensation attorneys help you ensure your rights as an employee are recognized and protected, and that you recover full compensation for your medical expenses and inability to work in a timely manner.

Breaking Down Attorneys’ Compensation in work-related Personal Injury Cases?

If somebody is injured in the course of their employment and they retain our firm to represent them, we are paid at the end of the case, if we are successful and it amounts to approximately 20% of their recovery.

20% is what we receive, but it is not what the injured employee pays. The injured employee pays 8% of the recovery, and that is done only at the time the matter is resolved.

Free Initial Consultation with Princeton NJ Workers’ Compensation Lawyers

At The Law Office of Kamensky, Cohen & Riechelson, we have been recovering compensation for injury victims across Trenton, Hamilton, Princeton, Lawrence, and the greater Mercer County area for over four decades. compensation and financial assistance you need and deserve

Our personal injury team is lead by a New Jersey Certified Civil Trial Attorney who has also been selected for inclusion in the NJ Super Lawyers list as it relates to personal injury law, a truly elite distinction.

Please contact us online or by phone at (609) 528-2596 in New Jersey or (215) 337-4915 in Pennsylvania for a free and confidential discussion about your case.