Getting New Jersey Workers Their Benefits Since 1964
Construction and warehouse work are incredibly physical jobs that come with many injury hazards. If you are a construction or warehouse worker and you have an injury that occurred while working, you deserve a team like Devlin, Cittadino & Shaw, P.C.. Since 1964, our workers’ compensation attorneys have dedicated their careers to putting benefits in the hands of New Jersey workers.
We regularly handle claims involving injuries at residential and commercial construction sites as well as warehouses for Target, Amazon and other corporations. Some of the warehouse and construction injury claims we see most often include:
- Heavy machinery accidents
- Slip-and-falls or trip-and-falls
- Repetitive stress injuries
- Bone fractures
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Herniated discs
- Crushing injuries
- Falling object injuries
We believe that injured workers deserve top-notch legal counsel to protect their rights. Unfortunately, these services are often prohibitively expensive. That’s why our workers’ compensation lawyers work on a contingency fee basis. You pay absolutely nothing unless your attorneys get money for you. Then, you pay only a fraction of your recovery money as your fee.
A Board-Certified Expert In Workers’ Compensation
Very few attorneys in the state can refer to themselves as board-certified workers’ compensation experts, but Paul A. Devlin can. The Supreme Court of New Jersey has certified him in workers’ compensation law. This is a rare distinction that speaks to his outstanding level of knowledge, training and achievement. When you work with Paul and the other accomplished lawyers on our team, you have the reassurance of working with people who know exactly how to help you get your benefits.
Speak With Us For Free Today
You have nothing to lose and everything to gain by contacting Devlin, Cittadino & Shaw, P.C., for a free initial consultation. We are ready to stand up for you. To reach us, please call our Trenton law office at 609-557-7876 or send us an email.