We are NY Workers Comp Lawyers. We are The WORKERS Attorneys.
We’re here to help YOU
Coming to our website is your first step in getting help in pursuing your workers compensation claim. We’ve been fighting for the rights of injured workers who have suffered from workplace accidents, injuries and illnesses for over 20 years. Our team of 9 Workers Comp lawyers and our bilingual staff will be by your side to help you get the maximum benefits you deserve. Insurance companies want to pay injured workers as little as possible. We’re here to change that outcome for you.
You have a lot at stake
Workers don’t always know how much they are entitled to, and often accept less than they should. Even if you were injured 2 years ago, you may still have a case. We know NYS Workers Compensation law, and know how much is at stake for you, because we only specialize in protecting workers rights. Every one of our attorneys is a work injury lawyer. We work with Union workers, Health Care workers, Construction workers, Civil Service workers and workers like you.
Have experienced Workers Comp lawyers in YOUR corner
You’ll speak with one of our attorneys on your first consultation, not the front desk. Then we meet with you one-on-one so you understand every step of the process. From the initial filing of the claim, to navigating the hearing process, appearing in court, or appealing your claim, we are always in YOUR corner. Many of our clients say our process is what made them hire us, and refer us to co-workers and friends. Here’s how we handle YOUR Workers Comp case
What may seem a simple claim can become complicated if third parties are involved, but an experienced work injury lawyer knows every option. You’ll be taken care of with Polsky Shouldice & Rosen.
We are The WORKERS attorneys. Learn more about how we handle your claim
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Areas of Practice
Construction Accidents →
Occupational Diseases →
On the Job Injuries →
Motor Vehicle Accidents →
Repetitive Trauma →
Slip and Fall Accidents →
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