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Bridgeton Workers’ Compensation Court for Injured Workers in Cumberland County & Salem County, NJ

What happens if you suffer a serious on-the-job injury and are unable to return to work in the same capacity as before? What if you can never return to your job because the injury you suffered causes total permanent disability? Depending on the severity of your workplace injury, it’s possible that you will be left without a steady source of income going forward. The good news is that injured workers in New Jersey are protected by the Rules of the NJ Division of Workers’ Compensation. This means that you should be able to file a Workers’ Compensation claim for benefits if you are injured on the job.

Andrew Calcagno, the founding partner of Calcagno & Associates, relentlessly pursues justice on behalf of injured workers in Cumberland County, Salem County, and everywhere else in New Jersey. Mr. Calcagno has the credentials you can count on in your Workers’ Compensation case. For instance, Mr. Calcagno has been named a Super Lawyer by New Jersey Monthly Magazine for five consecutive years. Only five percent of practicing lawyers in New Jersey are designated as Super Lawyers.

Were you hurt in a workplace accident in Vineland, Millville, Bridgeton, or somewhere else in Cumberland County, NJ? Experienced Cumberland County Workers’ Comp attorney Andrew Calcagno can help you. Contact Mr. Calcagno today to explore your legal options.

Information on Bridgeton Workers’ Compensation Court

NJ Workers’ Compensation cases are usually assigned to the court in the injured worker’s county of residence. However, if the worker resides outside of New Jersey, then the Workers’ Compensation case is supposed to be assigned to the county in which the employer is located.

The Bridgeton Workers’ Compensation Court serves Cumberland County and Salem County, NJ.

Court Address:
40 East Broad Street, Suite 203
Bridgeton, NJ 08302-2880
Phone: 856-453-3930
Fax: 856-453-3933

Court Personnel:

  • Regional Supervisor: Elizabeth Risley
  • Administrative Supervisory Judge: Bradley Henson
  • Supervising Judge: Arthur Marchand
  • Presiding Judges: Arthur Marchand, Sarah Minor

Bridgeton, New Jersey

Bridgeton is a city located in Cumberland County in the southern section of New Jersey. Bridgeton serves as the county seat and is part of both the Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton Primary Metropolitan Statistical Area and the Delaware Valley. Bridgeton is approximately one hour away from Philadelphia, PA and less than one hour away from Atlantic City, NJ.

Bridgeton has a rapidly increasing population of approximately 25,400 residents, according to the most recent census. Some of those residents are incarcerated at South Woods State Prison, which is the largest state prison in New Jersey.


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