Newark, New Jersey Personal Injury Attorneys Advocating for You
Since 1968, attorneys at Colligan & Colligan have been helping New Jersey accident victims in Essex, Bergen and Hudson counties receive just compensation for personal injuries. We have a long track record of success assisting clients who've been harmed by circumstances ranging from car crashes to industrial accidents. We have the skill and determination to fight for your best results. All of our work is done on contingency, which means there is never an upfront fee. You pay nothing until we win compensation for you through settlement or trial. Workers compensation We represent clients in workers compensation matters due to injuries or illnesses arising at the workplace or during a work-related activity, regardless of whether the injury or illness occurred in connection with the job. Our attorneys are compassionate to those who have been injured due to negligence and realize that you've already suffered loss of health and other damages. You shouldn't have to lose out again through inadequate compensation. We treat our clients in an open an inviting manner, and our entire staff works vigorously to defend your rights and pursue the most favorable outcomes for each case. With experience on our side, we can estimate the true worth of your injury, whether it is from a car accident or an on-the-job mishap, determine the appropriate course of action and take the necessary steps or aggressively negotiate to ensure you receive the amount you are entitled to.Workers compensation Skilled attorneys protecting New Jersey workers.
17 Academy Street, Suite 510
Newark, NJ 07102
When you are injured or become ill at your workplace or a work-related activity, you may be eligible for workers compensation. You are entitled to workers compensation benefits even in the absence of your employer's fault or negligence.
The experienced attorneys at Colligan & Colligan in New Jersey have helped workers get fair compensation for injuries and illnesses sustained in the workplace for more than 44 years. Our attorneys help workers obtain coverage for their workers compensation claims, including:
Compensation for permanent disability
Dependents' recovery for worker's death
Lost wages or salary
Job security and retaliation
Your employer is prohibited from firing you or retaliating against you for making a workers compensation claim. We will be sure your employer knows that we will take action against them for any retaliation and that they must be sure your job is kept safe.
Third party lawsuits
The workers compensation system governs your rights against your employer. In addition, we will investigate and pursue appropriate claims against other third parties whose negligence caused your injury. A third party personal injury claim can include compensation for general damages and pain and suffering, whereas your workers compensation claim cannot. At Colligan & Colligan, our attorneys are skilled at analyzing whether you should supplement your workers compensation claim and seek recovery in civil court, and if you should also pursue a negligent third party.
Contact experienced workers compensation attorneys.
Colligan & Colligan provides assistance to workers in and around Newark who are filing workers compensation claims or appealing workers compensation denials. To consult with our experienced workers compensation attorneys, call Colligan & Colligan at 973-679-7186 or contact us online.
Admitted: 1987, New Jersey; 1988, New York
Law School: New York Law School, J.D.
University: Rutgers University, B.A., 1983
Member: New Jersey State Bar Association; The American Association for Justice, formerly known as the Association of Trial Lawyers of America
Place of birth: Newark, New Jersey
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