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Jersey City Workers’ Compensation Attorney

Jersey City Workers’ Compensation Court for Injured Workers in Hudson County, NJ

The NJ Workers’ Compensation process is incredibly complex and can be difficult to navigate, especially if you are dealing with serious injuries and are focused on trying to get better physically. The first thing you should do after suffering a work-related injury is to notify your employer of the accident and the injury. (Your employer should then notify their insurance carrier and file a report of injury with the NJ Division of Workers’ Compensation.) Next, you need to speak with a qualified Workers’ Compensation attorney about your situation.

Andrew Calcagno, the founder of Calcagno & Associates, is an experienced Hudson County Workers’ Compensation attorney who is admitted to practice law in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and the District of Columbia. As a New Jersey Workers’ Compensation lawyer, Mr. Calcagno has successfully handled cases that were closely covered by the media and that were broadcast on Channel 4 NBC News, Channel 12 News, CN8 News, and 101.5 FM Radio. Additionally, insurance companies respect Mr. Calcagno because they know that he is not afraid to take his clients’ cases to court. This gives him an advantage during negotiations and often results in the insurance provider offering the best settlement possible.

Injured workers in Jersey City, Union City, Bayonne, North Bergen, Hoboken, and everywhere else in Hudson County, NJ need an advocate who will stand by them throughout the Workers’ Compensation process. Contact Andrew Calcagno today for a free consultation.

Information on Jersey City Workers’ Compensation Court

Your New Jersey Workers’ Compensation case will likely be assigned to the court located in your county of residence. If you live outside of the state, then your Workers’ Compensation case will likely be assigned to the county where your employer is located.

The Jersey City Workers’ Compensation Court serves Hudson County, New Jersey.

Court Address:

438 Summit Avenue, 3rd floor
Jersey City, NJ 07306-0603
Phone: 201-217-7205
Fax: 201-217-7210

Court Personnel:

  • Regional Supervisor: Caroline Mandaglio
  • Administrative Supervisory Judge: Ashley Hutchinson
  • Supervising Judge: Jill Fader
  • Presiding Judges: Jamie Buonocore (Recall), Jill Fader, Rose Granados (Recall), Anthony Mautone, William Roca, John Roche (Recall)

Information About Jersey City, NJ

Jersey City is a major city located in Hudson County, NJ. Jersey City has the second-largest population of any municipality in New Jersey, with a total residential population of more than 264,000 people. Jersey City is bordered by the Hudson River, the Hackensack River, Upper New York Bay, and Newark Bay. The city’s proximity to water makes it a crucial transportation hub, as well as distribution center, for the Port of New York and New Jersey.

The Exchange Place district of Jersey City, which is located along the Hudson River, has been dubbed “Wall Street West” due to the many banking and finance companies that maintain offices there.


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