For three decades, Thomas Uliase has provided outstanding advocacy for injured federal workers. He founded the law office of Uliase & Uliase with his father in 1989. He continues the firm’s legacy with his wife and son, exclusively handling federal workers’ compensation cases.
Mr. Uliase takes pride in his reputation as a knowledgeable and tenacious lawyer. In addition to his extensive understanding of the federal workers’ compensation system, Tom’s responsiveness and ability to communicate the process to clients are the professional qualities that set him apart in the field. His distinguished track record has earned him a rating of AV Preeminent®, the highest peer rating standard by Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™.
Education and Professional Experience
Tom earned his bachelor’s degree from Lafayette College and his law degree from Widener University. At Widener, he was a member of the Moot Court Honor Society, and he served as editor of the student-run Delaware Journal of Corporate Law.
Mr. Uliase began to concentrate his legal work on federal workers’ compensation in the 1980s, when he received multiple case referrals involving injured federal employees. He quickly found a deficiency in the system. Dealing with the government brought on a slew of additional obstacles for federal workers, which created a difficult and frustrating claims process. For this reason, Uliase & Uliase exclusively handles cases involving the federal workers’ compensation system. Clients can be sure they’re receiving the specialized help they need.
Commitment to Helping Federal Workers
Seeking federal workers’ compensation often involves enduring an extended claims procedure fraught with numerous obstacles. Mr. Uliase and his firm are well equipped to address and resolve a range of issues that may arise during a claim.
As a persistent legal advocate, Tom carefully guides clients toward obtaining the compensation and treatment they need for their workplace injuries. He effectively navigates through the various federal agencies, courts, and hearing boards to fight for what his clients deserve.
- New Jersey
- U.S. Supreme Court
- U.S. District Court. Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey
- U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
- Member, Camden County Bar Association
- Member, Gloucester County Bar Association
- Member, Workers’ Injury Law & Advocacy Group (WILG)
- Haddon Heights Business & Professional Association
- Chamber of Commerce of Southern New Jersey
- New Jersey Business & Industry Association
Workers’ Injury Law & Advocacy Group (WILG) 2016 Annual Convention
Carefree, Arizona – September 28, 2016
Tom spoke to more than 150 attorneys about bringing appeals through the Federal Employees’ Compensation Act.