Hand and Foot Injuries
New Jersey Federal Employee Injury Lawyers
Hand and Foot Injuries | Stress Fractures | Broken Bones | Repetitive Stress or Trauma Injuries | Sprains and Strains | Ligament Damage | Crush Injuries | Tendonitis | Lacerations
Hand, wrist, shoulder, knee, back, neck and foot injuries are among the most common types of workplace injuries. They can also be the type of injury that makes it difficult to perform your job. If you work at a desk and don’t move around a lot, you are probably using your hands to do most of your work. If you don’t have a desk job, you are probably on your feet most of the day.
When you suffer an injury to your hands or feet in the workplace and you are a federal employee, you need representation from attorneys who know and understand the specific laws and procedures governing federal workers’ compensation. We can help.
At the law office of Uliase & Uliase, in Haddon Heights, NJ, we concentrate our practice on the needs of injured federal employees, representing clients throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and New York. We are intimately familiar with the statutes, regulations and procedures governing compensation for injuries sustained by federal workers on the job. Our lawyers both have more than 28 years of practice experience. Attorney Tom Uliase has dedicated his career to federal worker injury claims. Attorney Carolyn Uliase has also focused on these types of cases for years.
We are well-versed with the provisions of the Federal Employees’ Compensation Act (FECA), the law that governs benefits for federal workers hurt on the job. We can help you at any stage of a federal workers’ compensation claim, whether you have just been injured and need to file an initial form or your claim has been denied and you need to appeal or are ready for a schedule award.
To schedule an appointment with an experienced New Jersey federal worker injury lawyer, call us at (856) 310-9002 or contact our office online. We are available to meet with you weekdays between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Even if we don’t take your case, we will only charge a $35 consultation fee. We waive the fee for certain union members.