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Rockland County Workers Compensation Lawyer

Work-Related Injury in Rockland County? Count on a Fierce Workers Compensation Lawyer

For over 90 years, Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano, LLP has helped Rockland County workplace injury victims who need medical treatment, surgeries or occupational therapy or who have become disabled due to their job injury and can't go back to work. Perhaps you have a debilitating job-related illness or injury from a construction site accident, hospital injury or repetitive stress injury.

We are known for our relentless, knowledgeable workers compensation attorneys, who offer decades of winning significant workers compensation claim settlements for clients. If you were hurt in a job accident injury or contracted one of the many long-term workplace illnesses or occupational diseases New Yorkers often report-such as utility worker asbestosis and mesothelioma, workplace cancer or on-the-job neck injury-we are ready to help you recover the compensation you deserve.

What types of injuries do workers suffer in Rockland County?

Workplace accidents happen frequently, and workers can be left seriously hurt. The specific types and frequency of injuries may vary depending on the industry, workplace conditions, and nature of the job. But common types of workplace injuries include:

  • Sprains and strains – Injuries to muscles, tendons, and ligaments often caused by overexertion, lifting heavy objects, or sudden movements.
  • Cuts and lacerations – Cuts or tears in the skin due to contact with sharp objects or machinery.
  • Fractures and broken bones – These can be the result of falls, being struck by objects, or accidents involving heavy machinery.
  • Back and neck injuries – Strains, sprains, herniated discs, and other injuries caused by lifting, falls, or repetitive motions.
  • Head injuries – Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), concussions, or skull fractures caused by falls, being struck by objects, or accidents involving vehicles.
  • Burns – Thermal burns from fire, explosions, or contact with hot surfaces, as well as chemical burns from exposure to hazardous substances.
  • Repetitive strain injuries (RSIs) – Conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, or bursitis caused by repetitive motions or poor ergonomics.
  • Respiratory conditions – Occupational diseases such as asthma, silicosis, or pneumoconiosis caused by exposure to harmful substances or poor air quality.
  • Eye injuries – Damage to the eyes caused by flying objects, chemical splashes, or exposure to bright lights or lasers.

If you’ve been hurt in a workplace accident, you deserve workers’ compensation benefits that can cover your medical treatment and provide you with partial lost wages. But the claims process can be complicated.

How can a workers’ compensation lawyer help me get benefits?

There’s a lot that can go wrong in the claims process, and it can be difficult to deal with your claim while you are still recovering from your injury. A workers' compensation lawyer can:

  • ensure that all necessary forms and documentation are completed accurately and submitted within the required timeframes
  • gather evidence to support your claim, including medical records, witness statements, accident reports, and any other documentation that strengthens the case
  • help you prepare for an independent medical examination
  • handle all communications with the insurance company
  • negotiate a settlement with the insurance company that meets your needs
  • represent you at all hearings
  • help you file an appeal if your claim is denied

A workers' compensation lawyer can guide you through the process every step of the way, keep you updated on the progress of your claim, and answer any questions that you have.

Tough Rockland County Work Accident Lawyers Who Don't Back Down

As seasoned Rockland County work accident attorneys, we frequently go up against insurance adjusters who offer low-ball settlements to our clients. They know we don't back down which means they will typically go to a far higher number rather than facing us in court. We also handle civil service disability pension claims for New York state, city and municipal workers, such as transit workers, law enforcement or sanitation employees, and we help union members who are injured on the job as well. And we have extensive experience handling Social Security Disability claims and appeals.

Call a Powerful Rockland County Workers Compensation Lawyer Today

Don't take on a Rockland County workers compensation case alone. If you were injured, let the relentless personal injury attorneys at the Rockland County Law Offices of Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano, LLP help you recover the compensation that is rightfully yours. Call us today at (845) 369-3200 or contact us online for a free evaluation. Every conversation is completely personalized and confidential, and you pay nothing unless you win!

Rockland County
369 South Main Street
New City, NY 10956
(845) 369-3200


By Car: Exit 13N on New York State Thruway (Palisades Parkway). Head North on Palisades to Exit 10. Head North on County Road 33 (S. Little Tor Road) to County Road 76 (Collyer Avenue). Make right on Collyer Avenue to South Main Street. Make right on South Main Street, 369 is on right.