A past accident or injury does not always show its full extent immediately. Over the past 40 years of legal service, we have witnessed many clients coming to our offices when their pre-existing condition worsens from a workplace injury. Many clients do not know that their situation may be owed compensation, or that they have a workers' compensation claim, because the condition is not new.

We aim to educate clients in all the ways their workers' compensation benefits can protect their future. The team at Rosenberg, Kirby, Cahill, Stankowitz & Richardson works against all the odds to take on insurance companies and employers that deny worker's compensation claims.

Your condition may be compensated if:

  • Previous doctor visits and medical bills document the condition
  • Your job requirements are proven to be worsening the condition
  • You re-injured an old injury or aggravated a previous ailment
  • Your job tasks caused a flare-up of old issues

Your Workers' Compensation Benefits Cover Pre-Existing Conditions

Many insurers will fight to deny your work injury claim and not pay you what you deserve. They may try to say the condition was your fault or that your work is not liable for any part of the injury. Do not let this hinder pursuing your claim — we are strong litigators who are fully-versed in how the other side thinks.

During a free consultation, our team of lawyers can discuss the best path for your job-related injury. This may involve reviewing your benefits, insurance company, past documentation and the current injury. We are aggressive advocates for clients and seek maximum compensation for pain and suffering, lost wages and all necessary medical attention.

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Call or use our simple online form to schedule a free legal consultation. Our Toms River office in Ocean County serves victims across New Jersey. With over $275 million in damages paid to victims, we are a firm of attorneys known for our successful results.

Personal injury and workers' compensation cases are handled on a contingency fee basis, meaning you pay nothing unless we effectively recover compensation in your case.