Have you been exposed to COVID-19 at work?
Our New York workers’ compensation lawyers are here to help
If you believe you’ve had occupational exposure to COVID-19, a New York workers’ compensation lawyer can discuss your options, answer your questions, and help you figure out the best way to move forward. Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano, LLP has been proudly serving New York’s dedicated workers for more than 80 years, and we’re not about to stop now. See what an experienced New York workers’ compensation attorney can do for you. Contact us today to set up a free remote consultation.
Our law firm understands these are trying times, especially for those who are at risk of being exposed to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) while at work. We respect and appreciate everyone who continues to work and puts their health at risk during these unprecedented times. That’s why we consider it our duty to help anyone who has been exposed to this virus while doing their job and selflessly serving others.
Whether you are a service worker, first responder, medical professional, or any other type of worker whose occupation leaves you in danger of contracting COVID-19, it’s critical that you understand your options and know your rights.
If you think you’ve had occupational exposure to the Coronavirus, our New York workers’ compensation lawyers can review your case and see what you may be eligible for in terms of benefits.
Can you get workers’ comp for COVID-19?
The workers’ compensation system is designed to help workers who sustain a work-related injury or occupational disease, but cases involving the Coronavirus may not be so straightforward.
A disease or illness that’s caused by the nature of your employment is something that should be covered by workers’ compensation, but for workers who are exposed to COVID-19 it can be difficult to prove exactly when and where you contracted the virus and if it was while you were on the job.
Those who may be at risk of occupational exposure to COVID-19 include:
- First responders
- Healthcare providers
- Hospital workers
- Nursing home and assisted living facility workers
- Home healthcare workers
- Utility workers
- Telecommunication employees
- Airline employees
- Hotel workers
- Retail workers (e.g., those employed at grocery stores, convenient stores, pharmacies, gas stations, restaurants/bars, hardware stores, etc.)
- Service workers
- News media
- Financial institution employees
- Construction workers
- Certain government employees
No matter what field of work you’re in, if you believe you’ve had occupational exposure to the Coronavirus due to the nature of your work, then you may qualify for certain benefits. Call our law firm today. Our New York workers’ compensation attorneys can stand by your side and guide you through the process.
Talk to a New York workers’ comp lawyer remotely
To support social distancing recommendations and prevent the spread of COVID-19, our dedicated legal team remains operational by way of remote technology. Rest assured that you will be able to receive exceptional legal representation, and our ability to work on your case will not be impacted while we work for you remotely. All you need is a phone, computer, or tablet to get started.
New and existing clients can speak with us remotely via:
Our law firm also utilizes electronic signature technology so that clients can sign documents without having to meet with us in person.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us right away. We will do our best to accommodate your needs.
We’re in this together. We’ll get through it together.
Our law firm represents workers from all over New York state, and we know New Yorkers are strong, tough, and resilient. Now, more than ever, is the time for us all to unite and do what it takes to help each other get through this.
Our New York workers’ compensation lawyers are caring, compassionate, and eager to help you in any way that we can. If you think you’ve had occupational exposure to COVID-19, talk to us about your options. It won’t cost you anything to schedule a case evaluation, and you pay no fees unless we win your case. That’s because we represent workers on a contingency fee basis. Find out how an experienced New York workers’ compensation attorney can help you. Contact us today for a free remote consultation.