Freehold On the Job Injuries Lawyers | New Jersey Workplace Accident Lawyers
When you are injured on the job, you are able to collect workers’ compensation from your employer for medical expenses and lost wages. Unfortunately, workers’ compensation is not always enough to cover for your personal losses and additional financial hardships that you may face after an injury. At The Law Office of Mallon and Tranger, we have experience helping the victims of workplace injuries recover just compensation after a workplace accident.
Now is the time for advocacy. Now is the time for action. Now is the time for results. Call 732-780-0230 or contact us online for a free consultation or case evaluation with our Freehold on the job injuries attorneys.
Experienced Negotiators and Trial Attorneys
Our legal team is comprised of experienced trial attorneys who are prepared at every stage to aggressively advocate on your behalf. From your initial consultation, we will work to collect and preserve all relevant evidence for your claim, including witness statements, doctor’s and medical records, photographs of the accident scene and your injury, and expert reports. Our priority is to build your case at the outset to leverage through negotiations or trial.
We are experienced in claims involving on the job injuries including:
- Construction site accidents
- Work-related auto accidents
- Work-related slip-and-fall
- On-the-job lifting injuries
- Repetitive stress syndrome or Carpal Tunnel syndrome
Third-Party Negligence Claims
Many workplace injury victims do not realize that they may be entitled to additional compensation beyond worker’s comp benefits. Our attorneys will pursue every avenue of recovery on your behalf, including third-party claims against negligent contractors and sub-contractors, manufacturers, and property owners. Employee injuries can leave you out of work, in severe pain, and unable to care for your family. We will take every necessary step to maximize your compensation for medical expenses, pain and suffering, long-term care needs, lost wages, and any additional losses you have sustained.