We help injured people. There is no fee unless you get paid. Our New York attorneys are results-driven, experienced, and passionate about helping you.
What sets us apart from other workers' compensation, accident and social security lawyers in New York? - Free initial consultation. - We provide excellent service and personal attention. - No cost until your case is won. - Our investigators will visit your home or hospital. - We deal with insurance companies so you don't have to. - We get results.
10015 Queens Blvd., Suite 203
Forest Hills NY 11375
If you are injured in a workplace accident, then you must notify your employer within 30 days of that accident.
After notification, you have two years to file your workers' compensation claim. Please contact our office so that we may help you file that claim. You can be eligible for workers' compensation benefits for injuries on the job that were not caused by a specific accident. If you suffered injuries on the job from the repetitive stress of your job duties or related to an occupational disease, then you must notify your employer within 30 days of when you realized your injuries were work related. You again have two years to file your claim. Please contact our office for additional information.
For over eight years, Jason S. Eisenfeld has represented thousands of injured workers in all aspects of their cases. He has given lectures and held private meetings with doctors to explain the constant changes in the Workers' Compensation Law.
Mr. Eisenfeld is a founding partner of the firm who handles all cases from inception through trial and settlement. He is admitted to practice law in New Jersey and New York and is a member of the Injured Workers' Bar Association.
Mr. Eisenfeld graduated from Penn State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and History in 2004. In 2007, Mr. Eisenfeld earned his Juris Doctorate from Brooklyn Law School where he represented workers in unemployment insurance benefits hearings and discrimination cases and where he held executive positions in the Brooklyn Law School Entertainment Law Society and Phi Alpha Delta. Mr. Eisenfeld interned in the Chambers of Hon. Carol Robinson Edmead, New York County Supreme Court.
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