Brooklyn Work Injury Lawyer
When you're hurt on the job in Brooklyn, we go to work
No one starts their work day expecting to end it with an injury. But for too many Brooklyn workers, that's exactly what happens. A single work injury can have far-reaching effects on your quality of life, and you need help to put your life back together. The Brooklyn work injury attorneys at Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano, LLP can help.
We represent Brooklyn workers with a full range of injuries, including but not limited to:
- Brain Injuries
- Back Injuries
- Broken Bones
- Job-Related Illnesses
- Repetitive Stress Injuries (RSI)
- Knee and Leg Injuries
- Arm and Shoulder Injuries
- Muscle Injuries
- Internal Injuries
Some work injuries heal in time. Others are permanent. But even a relatively minor injury can have a major impact on your life. There might be medical complications that require additional treatment. You may not be able to work, and the bills pile up.
Under New York law, you are generally entitled to workers' compensation, regardless of fault. We can help you move your claim forward.
Brooklyn work injury lawyers who understand the system
Workers' compensation pays for all of your "reasonable and necessary" medical expenses after a work injury, plus a percentage of your lost wages if you can't work due to the injury. We know how to prove that your injury was, in fact, work-related - a commonly disputed point - and how to advocate for the treatment you need and the full amount of compensation you deserve under the law. We will fight for you throughout the process while you focus on getting better.
Brooklyn workers have legal rights. Our attorneys have the experience and resources to protect them. You can't argue with results - we've recovered billions for workers in Brooklyn, the Five Boroughs and throughout New York.
Get an experienced Brooklyn work injury lawyer on your side today. Contact us today to schedule your free consultation.
Our Brooklyn Offices
180 Livingston Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Livingston Street Office: Take Flatbush Avenue either direction to Livingston Street. (T intersection). Head west on Livingston Street toward Gallatin Place. Our office will be on your left.
2053 Flatbush Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11234
Flatbush Ave Office: If coming from the north or south, take Flatbush Ave; if coming from the east or west, take Flatlands Ave to Flatbush Ave. Our office is on the northeast side of Flatbush Avenue between Troy Ave and Baughman Place.