At the law office of Uliase & Uliase, in Haddon Heights, NJ, we focus our practice exclusively on the needs of injured federal workers throughout the nation.
If you work for the federal government, in a federal agency or department, for a military contractor as a civilian on a military installation, you will need to seek benefits through the federal workers’ compensation laws for any injuries suffered on the job. Federal laws differ significantly from state workers’ compensation statutes, so it is important to retain the services of attorneys who know and understand the federal workers’ compensation system.
At the law office of Uliase & Uliase, in Haddon Heights, NJ, we focus our practice exclusively on the needs of injured federal workers throughout the nation. Our lawyers include a husband and wife team with over 45 years of combined experience protecting the rights of injured federal workers.
We work with clients throughout the legal process, whether you are in the initial stages of filing a claim, your application for benefits has been denied, you have learned that your benefits are going to be suspended or terminated, or are ready for a schedule award for permanent impairment. It is easy to feel lost in this complex federal workers’ compensation system. Our lawyers have a deep and unique understanding of your particular case, and are able to explain the steps you need take in a way that makes everything seem manageable. We pride ourselves on providing unparalleled hands-on service and strive to respond to our clients within twenty-four hours. In most cases we only charge attorney fees if we recover compensation for you.
We represent Injured Federal Workers Covered under the Following Acts:
- The Federal Employees’ Compensation Act
- The Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act
- The Non-Appropriated Funds Instrumentalities Act
- The Defense Base Act
- FERS Disability Retirement Denials
Contact the Law Office of Uliase & Uliase
To schedule an appointment with a 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. If we do not take your case, you will only be charged a $35 consultation fee. We waive the fee for certain union members.