If you were recently hurt while on the job, or have developed an occupational disease or ongoing physical impairment as a result of your employment and job related activities, you may be entitled to payments to compensate you for your medical expenses as well as lost wages. This is done by filing a workers' compensation claim. The New York State workers' compensation system provides benefits to the injured workers of New York. The Goldfarb Law Group can guide you through the process of filing a workers' compensation claim or even handling the appeal of a denial. There are various other fields of law which overlap workers' compensation, and we are here to guide you though this often tedious task. Whether you are seeking help with a third party liability, Social Security Disability, Personal Injury, or No- Fault claim, we can help and provide the legal expertise to get you the benefits you deserve.
Motor vehicles accidents are among the leading causes of serious injury and death in the United States each year. Car crashes take over 1,000 New York lives annually, and result in over 137,000 emergency room visits and 12,000 hospitalizations. The aftermath of a car accident in New York can not only cost you thousands of dollars in property damages, medical expenses, and lost wages but can permanently affect your future health, well-being, and financial situation. Allow us to walk you through this process and get the protection you deserve.
If you or a loved one have been injured by the negligent actions of an individual, company or municipality in New York, you have the legal right to pursue a claim for compensation. If you have been involved in an accident that was caused by another’s negligence, New York personal injury law provides you the opportunity to seek compensation for any pain, suffering, medical bills and lost wages you’ve incurred as a result of your injury. If you have been injured, please call our firm today.
Social Security Disability is a government program that pays monthly benefits to workers who are no longer able to work due to a significant illness or impairment that is expected to last at least a year or to result in death within a year. Benefits are based on the disabled worker's past earnings and are paid to the disabled worker and to his or her dependent family members. To be eligible, a disabled worker must have the proper work credits, or in other words, the worker must have worked in jobs covered by Social Security. Call out firm today so see if you are eligible.
The Goldfarb Law Group also represents clients in a broad range of litigation and arbitration matters. Our multidisciplinary approach provides our clients with a wide spectrum of industry-specific representation aimed at helping our clients though any legal matter that may arise.