Cleaning Professionals Workers’ Compensation
Full-Service Representation for Staten Island Cleaning Professionals
When a cleaning professional works in an office building, a hospital or a private residence, he or she is exposed to a number of dangers. This includes slipping and falling, chemical exposure, and the risks posed by common household objects. A cleaning professional could also suffer misfortune on the way to or from their shift.
Injuries suffered by cleaning professionals are typically covered by New York’s workers’ compensation laws, which provide benefits to cover lost wages and medical costs for injured workers. However, the system can be complicated and frustrating for injured cleaning professionals, leaving them without the resources they need to make a full recovery from injuries such as back and neck injuries, chemical exposures, and repetitive stress injuries.
Strong Advocates for the Injured
At Angiuli & Gentile, LLP, we represent injured workers in Staten Island and surrounding communities. Our attorneys have successfully handled more than 25,000 workers’ compensation hearings.
You can rely on our firm to cover all of your injury-related needs, including pursuing a third-party personal injury claim if you were injured by a negligent third party. If your injury prevents you from going back to work, we can also assist you in obtaining Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits.
Our Staten Island workers’ compensation lawyers will thoroughly investigate your situation and seek all available benefits and compensation to maximize your recovery. You can rely on us to take on the insurance companies and make sure you are treated fairly in your time of need.
We’ll Take It From Here. Contact Us Today.
Our attorneys offer more than 30 years of workers’ compensation experience and are dedicated to protecting injured workers. We will answer all of your questions and put your mind at ease about the process for obtaining the wage loss and medical benefits you deserve. Contact us today for a free initial consultation.