Workplace Injuries Involving Nurses and Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs)

Lifting Injuries | Patient Handling Injuries | Needle Sticks | Repetitive Stress or Overexertion | Slips and Falls | Patient or Other Violence

It may come as a surprise to others, but most nurses know this—nursing is one of the most injury prone occupations in the world. Whether you’re a nurse or a certified nursing assistant (CNA), there are many ways you can suffer an injury. Many of the more serious injuries are suffered while engaged in patient handling—trying to lift a patient from a gurney to a bed, steadying a patient during a procedure or simply keeping a patient immobile. Needle sticks are always a risk, as are slips and falls, as water and other fluids are common in hospitals and medical facilities.

At Voorhees Law, LLC, we have protected the rights of injured workers in New Jersey for more than 18 years, including nurses and certified nursing assistants. We recognize that every injury is personal, so we’ll take the time to learn what happened to you, as well as what you need to fully recover for your losses. We’ll work hard to keep you informed, so that you can make good decisions that are in your best interests.

To set up a meeting, contact our office by e-mail or call us at 908-200-2297. There is no cost or obligation for your first consultation.

Protecting the Rights of Injured Nurses and Certified Nursing Assistants

We handle all types of injury claims for nurses and certified nursing assistants, including cases involving:

    • Slips and falls on wet floors, on stairs, or in crowded or cluttered examining or patient rooms
    • Injuries caused by needle sticks, scalpels or other sharp instruments
    • Injuries resulting from lifting, transferring or otherwise handling patients
    • Injuries from violence by patients or family members
    • Injuries from overexertion or stress, due to understaffing or exposure to serious or life-threatening medical conditions

We take claims involving all manner of injury, from sprains, strains and soft-tissue injury to infections, from back, neck or spinal cord injury to exposure to blood-borne infectious diseases.

Contact a Knowledgeable New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

We offer a free initial consultation to every prospective client. To schedule a case evaluation, contact us online or call us at 908-200-2297. Evening and weekend appointments are available upon request. Credit cards are welcome.

Attorney Voorhees takes all nursing injury claims on a contingency basis. You won’t pay any legal fees unless we recover compensation for your losses.

Licensed in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York