Workers Compensation Lawyer Woodbury, NY - Markhoff & Mittman P.C.

Workers Compensation Lawyer Woodbury, NY - Markhoff & Mittman P.C. - (845) 360-9931


Markhoff & Mittman, P.C. // Goshen Law Office

3 Hatfield Ln #2b, Goshen, NY 10924

(845) 360-9931


What Are My Rights After An Accident At Work?

Accidents happen. Workplace injuries are an unfortunate reality in many workplaces, but if an accident at work is caused by a company or its employees, the injured employee may have rights and entitlements to compensation and other benefits under the state’s Workers Compensation Law. The Workers Compensation Law entitles workers who suffer a workplace injury to compensation and medical care as well as other benefits. It is important to understand your rights under the law and contact a lawyer who specializes in Workers Compensation Law to protect those rights.

At Markhoff & Mittman P.C. Woodbury NY, we represent injured workers and their families. We are experienced in handling workers compensation cases and are dedicated to helping our clients receive fair and appropriate compensation for injuries sustained at work. We have extensive experience in the area of Workers Compensation Law.

We have successfully represented injured workers in a variety of cases including:

• Medical Malpractice cases

• Worker’s Compensation claims

• Slip and fall cases

• Wrongful Death cases

• Vehicle Accident cases

• Product Liability cases

• Construction Accidents

• Construction Site Injuries

• Employment Discrimination

• Disability Insurance cases

We take on the difficult cases and work hard to make sure our clients are fully compensated.

What Are The 5 Most Common Injuries In A Workplace?

In Woodbury New York, workers’ compensation is the most common type of injury claim. Workers’ compensation cases involve an employee who is hurt while working. The injured worker usually files a claim for compensation and the employer usually pays a monthly benefit to cover their medical care and lost wages.

Most workplace injuries fall into three categories:

• Injuries that are not work-related (eg. an auto accident or slip and fall).

• Injuries that are work-related but are minor and do not require medical care (eg. bumps and bruises).

• Injuries that are work-related and serious (eg. a broken leg or neck injury).

If you have been injured at work, contact our New York workers’ compensation law firm for a free consultation.