Helping You Locate Compensation For Occupational Injuries

Work injuries may not always occur due to an isolated incident. Sometimes workers suffer severe injury or illness because of repeated trauma that takes place over a long period of time. This could be due to repetitive stress placed upon the joints, or it could be due to toxic exposure to particular chemicals.

The New York attorneys at Ricigliano & Filopei, P.C., have a long history of helping injured workers obtain workers' compensation benefits. We understand the seriousness and impact of occupational injuries. When retained by you, we will seek the sort of compensation that will meet your short- and long-term needs.

The Sorts Of Occupational Injury Cases We Regularly Handle

Workers often suffer from a wide variety of degenerative conditions due to work-related tasks. Our law firm has assisted hundreds of workers obtain compensation for work-related injuries ranging from:

  • Joint, knee, elbow, neck and back injury brought on by repeated heavy lifting
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome or tendinitis due to repetitive tasks such as typing or assembly line work.
  • Illnesses or allergic reactions brought on by exposure to chemicals
  • Mesothelioma due to exposure to asbestos
  • Hypertension due to workplace stress
  • Eye injury or strain
  • Hearing loss
  • Repetitive stress injury as a result of a particular physical motion

Employers and workers' compensation carriers often deny occupational injury claims by denying it is a work-related injury. Our lawyers and staff are capable of investigating your claims. We are able to document and substantiate your claims in front of the New York Workers' Compensation Board and a court of law. We will take all the necessary steps to ensure you receive compensation for your medical treatment, wage loss, and permanent injury or disability.

To schedule a free consultation with knowledgeable lawyers who will strive to help you receive the compensation you deserve, please contact our law offices by calling 646-741-3886.

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We take cases on a contingent-fee basis. That means we only collect attorney's fees if we obtain compensation for you.