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Atlantic City Workers’ Compensation Court for Injured Workers in Atlantic County & Cape May County, NJ


A workplace injury can be devastating, particularly if the injury leaves you unable to return to work for an extended period of time. You need your paycheck to cover monthly expenses, and your family depends on you to pay the bills. NJ law recognizes that employees should not be unfairly punished simply for doing their jobs. That’s why New Jersey Workers’ Compensation exists: to ensure that injured workers, regardless of the cause of their injury, are able to make ends meet while physically recovering and getting back on their feet.

Andrew Calcagno is the Founding Member and Senior Trial Attorney of Calcagno & Associates, a premier Personal Injury & Workers’ Compensation Law Firm. Mr. Calcagno has successfully represented countless clients in Workers’ Compensation Courts throughout New Jersey, including the Atlantic City Workers’ Compensation Court. In fact, many of the cases that Mr. Calcagno has handled were published in The New York Times, New York Daily News, New York Law Journal, Staten Island Advocate, The Star Ledger, The Bergen Record, New Jersey Law Journal, New Jersey Verdict Search, and National Verdict Search.

If you were hurt on the job in Atlantic City, Egg Harbor, or Galloway Township in Atlantic County, NJ, or in Lower Township or Middle Township in Cape May County, NJ, let Andrew Calcagno help you. Contact Mr. Calcagno today to schedule a free consultation.

Information on Atlantic City Workers’ Compensation Court

Workers’ Compensation cases are typically assigned to a court based upon the injured worker’s county of residence. However, if the worker lives outside of New Jersey, then the Workers’ Comp case will be assigned to the county where the employer is located.

The Atlantic City Workers’ Compensation Court serves Atlantic County and Cape May County, NJ.

Court Address:

1333 Atlantic Avenue, 4th floor
Atlantic City, NJ 08401-7084
Phone: 609-441-3160
Fax: 609-441-3161

Court Personnel:

  • Regional Supervisor: Elizabeth Risley
  • Head Clerk: Stephanie Mingin
  • Administrative Supervisory Judge: Bradley Henson
  • Supervising Judge: Audrey Kernan
  • Presiding Judges: Aduren Kernan, Robert Sebera, Carmine Taglialatella

Information About Atlantic City, NJ

Atlantic City is a resort city located in Atlantic County, New Jersey. Atlantic City’s casinos, hotels, boardwalks, and shopping malls make it a popular tourist destination, as well as a hotspot for NJ residents taking vacations during the summer months. The residential population of Atlantic City is just under 40,000 people.

The classic board game Monopoly used Atlantic City as its inspiration: the street names in the game were taken from actual streets in AC. Atlantic City is also known for hosting the annual Miss America pageant.

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Verdict - Train Accident

Plaintiff suffered multiple injuries, including a fractured skull that resulted in a large epidural hematoma requiring an emergency craniotomy after a New Jersey Transit train accident.

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Settlement - Bus Crash

Plaintiff sustained multiple fractures and injuries to her shoulder, neck, lower back, leg, and ankle after a bus accident. She required multiple surgeries which still resulted in permanent damage.

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Verdict - Head On Collision

Paintiff suffered multiple injuries, including a right temporal skull fracture, requiring a temporal craniotomy; post-traumatic seizure disorder; and post-traumatic stress disorder.

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Settlement - Wrongful Death

Plaintiff sustained multiple fractures and injuries to her shoulder, neck, lower back, leg, and ankle after a bus accident. She required multiple surgeries which still resulted in permanent damage.

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