Workplace Fractures

Certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a Workers’ Compensation Attorney

When you’ve suffered a broken bone in a workplace accident, you have a right to pursue workers’ compensation benefits if your disability keeps you off the job. In addition, you may be eligible for additional payments if the fracture causes some permanent injury. The workers’ compensation process can be complex and confusing, though. You don’t want to trust the process to your employer or try to handle the matter yourself. You want a knowledgeable and experienced attorney to protect your rights.

At Voorhees Law, LLC, we have protected the rights of injured New Jersey workers for nearly two decades. We understand that every workplace injury is different, and we’ll take the time to learn details of your injury, as well as what you need to recover for all your losses. We will carefully explain the law and process, as well as your options, so that you can make informed decisions about how you want to proceed.

To schedule a private meeting, contact our office by e-mail or call us at 908-200-2297. Your first consultation is without cost or obligation.

Protecting Your Rights When You Suffered a Workplace Fracture
We handle all aspects of a workers’ compensation claim for a broken bone sustained in a workplace accident. Attorney Voorhees will help you complete the application for benefits, and will ensure that you obtain the medical care to which you are entitled. We’ll also represent you in any appeals, if your initial claim is denied.

We take workers’ compensation claims involving fractures resulting from any type of job-related accident, from slips and falls to equipment or machine malfunctions, from falling objects to motor vehicle accidents.

We handle workers’ compensation claims involving the fracture of any bone, from leg or arm to foot, hand or rib fractures. We’ll help you pursue benefits for any type of fracture, including:

  • Stress fractures, where the bone may not completely separate, but may have a crack or split
  • Compound fractures, where the break comes through your skin
  • Comminuted fractures, where your bone in shattered into a number of smaller pieces

Contact an Experienced and Aggressive New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

We provide a free initial consultation to every prospective client. For an appointment, contact us by e-mail or call our office at 908-200-2297. Evening and weekend meetings are available upon request. Credit cards are welcome.

Attorney Voorhees handles all workplace fracture claims on a contingency basis. You won’t incur any legal fees unless we recover compensation for your losses.

Licensed in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York