New Jersey Workers' Compensation Claim Attorneys

In New Jersey, persons who suffer a personal injury at work have a right to seek workers' compensation benefits. Disputes arise, however, over the extent of injuries, how they were incurred, and how much they interfere with work. Many people who are entitled to workers' compensation benefits are wrongfully denied, or have their benefits cut-off.

If you have been injured at work, you need an experienced workers' compensation attorney to protect your rights. At the law firm of Kelly & Visotcky L.L.C., in Manahawkin, New Jersey, we represent victims of workplace injuries. We represent clients throughout the southern and central Jersey Shore area, including Long Beach Island, as well as the communities of Ship Bottom, Beach Haven, Surf City, Long Beach Township, Eagleswood, Manahawkin, Stafford Township, Lacey Township, Forked River, Waretown, Toms River, Dover Township, Long Beach Township, Bayville, Barnegat, Tuckerton, Little Egg Harbor, Ocean, Monmouth, Burlington, and Atlantic Counties. We provide aggressive and comprehensive legal counsel to a broad constituency of clients.

We will work clients in all phases of a workers' compensation (also known as "workman's compensation" or "workers' comp") claim. If you have been injured, but have not yet filed a claim, we can walk you through the often-complicated process of obtaining workers' compensation benefits. If your workers' compensation claim has been denied or discontinued, we can help you appeal the denial or discontinuation. We handle temporary and permanent disability claims, medical payment and treatment claims, and claim denial litigation. Our goal is to get you full and fair compensation for your job-related accident, so that you can get on with your life.

We handle all workers' compensation claims on a contingency fee basis. If we are unable to obtain compensation for your work-related personal injury, we will not charge you a fee.

Our skilled personal injury lawyers also represent clients who have been victims of other types of personal injury. To learn more, see our Personal Injury page.

If you have been denied workers' compensation benefits, had your medical benefits unjustly terminated, or if your workers' comp benefits have been wrongfully discontinued, contact us to schedule a free consultation. Limited evening and weekend hours are available by appointment.