Get The Care You Need When Injuries Worsen
Any job that requires repetitive motion can result in severe and lasting injuries. We do not take these injuries lightly, and we understand just how terrible an untreated stress injury can become. Construction and manufacturing jobs are known explicitly for causing stress injuries in their workers — resulting in workers’ comp and personal injury issues.
Our team of attorneys is well-versed in workplace injuries and accidents. With over 40 years of successful cases and over $350 million in damages paid to our clients, Rosenberg, Kirby, Cahill, Stankowitz & Richardson are prepared to take on your case. We serve New Jersey clients statewide from our Toms River office location.
Do not hesitate to contact us for a free consultation to discuss the repetitive stress injuries and motions causing.
- Shoulder, arm and hand pain
- Issues with legs, knees, ankles and feet
- Head, neck and back injuries or pain
- Strain injuries from lifting, pulling or pushing
- Tears, breaks, sprains and more serious injuries
Address Injuries Early For Maximum Compensation
At the first sign of pain or injury, we recommend people see a doctor and keep a record of all medical bills, X-rays and treatments. This will aid you in the future if your injuries become more serious. Filing claims for workplace benefits often helps with medical issues and missing wages — but some companies or insurance agencies may fight to pay what you are owed.
Rosenberg, Kirby, Cahill, Stankowitz & Richardson can step in at any phase in your repetitive stress injury case. We bring dedicated, compassionate attention to every client. We are aggressive advocates when the other side is refusing to pay or trying to drag the case out.
You Deserve Fast Relief For Bills And Missed Wages
On top of the long process of healing, you may be facing financial and job stresses while out of work. We can pursue compensation for pain and suffering, lost wages and damages owed to you.
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.