Are you or someone you know suffering from a work-related injury? Have you visited this website searching for a trustworthy law firm who will work to protect your rights and skillfully represent you? If so, then please read further about the Law Offices of Craig A. Altman. For many years, Craig Altman and his team of select and talented workers’ compensation lawyers have earned respect as they have tackled a wide variety of difficult cases. The Law Offices of Craig A. Altman stand ready for any challenge you may be facing, and the team of work-injury lawyers is here to provide you with the best legal options. Call us at (856) 327-8899.
When you are looking for a top-notch workers’ compensation attorney who does the job right the first time, you need to strongly consider one of the experts at the Law Offices of Craig A. Altman.
We possess a tremendous in-depth knowledge of the workers’ compensation system in New Jersey. This working knowledge, combined with a near photographic memory of the New Jersey Law Code for Workers’ Compensation, along with the team’s full-fledged creativity in strategizing a case and Craig Altman’s dedication to your cause as a worker, all come together for your benefit when dealing with your work injury claims!
You can trust the team at the Law Offices of Craig A. Altman to handle any workman’s comp case, no matter how complicated it may seem.
We offer high-quality work injury related legal services for those involved in a variety of occupations, such as:
When you bring your claim to the team of lawyers at the Law Offices of Craig A. Altman, they will help to ensure you receive the workers’ compensation benefits to which you are entitled. Remember, it can be illegal for an employer to discourage you from seeking compensation for your work injury. We will address your concerns, and make sure your claim is handled correctly according to New Jersey state law.
If you are a dedicated worker who has been injured at work, you probably have a variety of crucial concerns beyond the actual injury. These concerns may include questions like these that many potential clients have asked:
Hi Craig. I recently got hurt at work. How will this work injury affect my job and can I lose my job if I make a workers’ compensation claim?
Rest easy where those questions are concerned. New Jersey state law requires companies to carry workers’ compensation insurance. People do get injured on the job sometimes, and so by law, companies also have to allow you to keep your post.
Hello Altman team. I’m a workaholic and want to go back to work, but I can only work part-time. Can my workplace give me a part-time job if I can’t return to work full time? Also, how will this workers’ compensation claim affect my relationship with my boss?
The attorneys at the Law Offices of Craig A. Altman, in Cherry Hill, have handled workers’ comp cases for more than 20 years. In that time, the team has encountered a wide variety of complex situations and helped each client deal with complications affecting their livelihoods, including returning to work and their relationships at work. You are not the first injured worker to have these kinds of concerns. And although the answers to those specific questions can vary depending on your case, Craig Altman and his team have the answer you are looking for.
Hello Altman law team. I have a question. Could I qualify for both SSD and Workers’ Comp benefits?
Among other services that the Law Offices of Craig A. Altman provide to our workplace injury clients, the team of worker’s comp experts carefully evaluates each potential case to determine whether the claim qualifies for Social Security Disability benefits.
This research is essential as our team often finds that other lawyers don’t understand the rules related to SSD, absence from work, and returning to work through “work incentives.”
To find answers to many of your other questions, visit our FAQ page for workers’ compensation.
Call us to discuss your situation at 856-375-1028
There are many kinds of workplace injuries, but the most common usually fall into one of two categories:
The first category is a sudden or traumatic event. Examples of this kind of injury include car accidents, workplace accidents involving tools or equipment, explosions on site, or a fall injury.
Construction accidents that include handling materials typically fall under this category.
Strains and sprains from lifting injuries that affect health workers are also sometimes sudden events.
A worker hurt on the job is usually eligible for workers’ compensation benefits, as well as temporary total disability, or permanent disability, and in some cases a monetary award.
The second category is an occupational disease that typically occurs over a period of time. Injuries in this category include a wide variety of repetitive stress injuries. Workers whose daily job tasks take place inside moldy buildings may become disabled as a result of “sick building syndrome.” Exposure to material such as asbestos dust could cause asbestosis or other pulmonary diseases.
Both categories of injuries are viable types of workers’ compensation claims — those triggered by single-event injuries and those involving occupational diseases. The expert team of attorneys at the Law Offices of Craig A. Altman can and will help injury victims throughout Cherry Hill and beyond into Camden County and the team often takes on the most challenging cases throughout the state of New Jersey.
For example, an extremely challenging complication that can transform a routine workers’ comp claim into an intricate work injury case is when an employer insists that the company’s workers are independent contractors.
By doing this the company is attempting to make those workers not eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. But the Craig Altman team has seen this ploy dozens of times over the years and our experts can often demonstrate that an alleged “independent contractor” was working under the specific direction and control of an employer.
This distinction, in the eyes of New Jersey State Law Code, makes that worker an employee of the company in relation to properly filed New Jersey workers’ compensation benefits.
Work injury claims coming in all shapes, sizes, and varieties. If, for instance, another person or entity besides your employer was negligent and this negligence contributed to or caused your workplace injury, you may be able to file a personal injury claim or lawsuit against that party.
Your third-party liability claim will be a separate legal matter that typically falls under a different set of practice areas apart from your workers’ compensation claim, which involves your employer’s insurance company.
The team at the Law Offices of Craig A. Altman is waiting ot hear from you and they are ready to discuss your on-the-job injury case. Get your story analyzed by an experienced New Jersey workers’ compensation and personal injury lawyer today. Call (856) 327-8899 or send Craig Altman an email to schedule a free phone consultation.
We will go over any questions you have regarding workers’ comp settlements, your legal rights, your medical bills, how permanent injuries affect your future career, and what New Jersey State Law says about your employer’s workers’ comp insurance.
If the team represents you, we work on a contingency fee basis. This means our attorneys’ fees cannot be collected until your case is settled and a workers’ compensation judge determines our fee. This means that most cases are paid primarily by the employer’s workers’ compensation insurance agency.
If you are an injured worker who is facing a serious injury case, the Law Offices of Craig A. Altman can help! Remember, our team of experts can handle cases throughout PA and NJ. Our job is to make the legal process simple for you. We spend plenty of time educating our clients on their rights, responsibilities, and obligations. You can be sure that we will find ways to make the system work to your advantage.
Whether you are frustrated by an ongoing wage loss or just frustrated by the process, our lawyers will be understanding and helpful in showing you the options available to you. Our team of workers’ comp lawyers is eager to discuss your case during a free initial consultation! To get started, call us right away at (856) 327-8899.
I visited this place to get more information on a workers' compensation claim my husband was thinking of filing. They treated me like I was their most valuable client! Thank you for being so personable, informative, and courteous to me.
I cannot say enough positive things about each and every person at the Craig Altman firm who helped me through my case. I was always kept up to date on the progress. There was never a time where I felt I was not being taken care of.
I have used Craig Altman twice now and both times they have handled my case very well and professionally. It was a long road to get the insurance to agree on a fair settlement, but Mr. Altman took care of me every step of the way.
I've been working with Craig Altman's team of Attorneys for 5 years now and I am continually impressed with their knowledge of car accident claims and getting the highest possible compensation.
I have worked with Craig Altman for over two years and I’m always amazed at how well they treat clients and staff. You are always warmly welcomed and treated like you are their only client. I would definitely recommend my friends or family to visit the Law Offices of Craig Altman.
Working with Craig Altman and his team will be a great decision. You will feel taken care of, communicated to in a professional manner, and that you have a clear plan and support system going through whatever situation you need handled.