Workers' Compensation for NYC Employees

If you are a New York City employee and you are injured at work, you may be entitled to workers' compensation. The workers' compensation law in New York protects the rights of those employed by the city, with the exception of those workers who are covered by separate workers' compensation systems such as police , firefighters, NYC teachers and uniform sanitation. Through a workers' compensation claim, you can obtain the compensation you need after a serious on-the-job injury.

At Angiuli & Gentile, LLP, in Staten Island, we are dedicated to helping injured workers get maximum benefits for their injuries. We represent New York City employees throughout the five boroughs with their claims. This includes a wide range of government employees, from project managers in various agencies to transit workers. Turn to us for answers to your questions about these types of cases and for representation throughout your case.

Our lawyers can help you secure the benefits you need to cover medical costs and a portion of your lost wages after a work accident. Call us at 347-201-4447 for advice about your claim.

What Type of Injury Have You Suffered?

Any work injury can entitle you to workers' compensation benefits. It does not matter whether your injury resulted from a sudden, unexpected accident or it developed slowly over time as a result of your job. As a result, our attorneys have helped injured employees who have suffered all types of injuries, including:

  • Carpel tunnel and other repetitive stress injuries
  • Traumatic brain injuries and head trauma
  • Back and spinal injuries
  • Knee, elbow and other joint injuries
  • Loss of limb, sight or hearing
  • Scarring and facial disfigurement

Schedule a Free Consultation

Let our attorneys take it from here. We can handle all aspects of your workers' compensation claim so you can focus on your recovery. If you are an NYC employee and have suffered a serious injury at work, contact us online or call us at 347-201-4447 to set up a free initial consultation.