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Lebanon Workers’ Compensation Court for Injured Workers in Hunterdon County, Somerset County & Warren County, NJ


You should not be punished simply for working hard and doing your job. That’s why the New Jersey Workers’ Compensation law exists – to ensure that you receive benefits when you are hurt on the job. Unfortunately, employers don’t always fulfill their legal obligations. If your employer has not properly investigated your claim and filed an injury report with the NJ Division of Workers’ Compensation, then you may need to be proactive and request a hearing in front of a Judge of Compensation. You can also file a claim directly with the NJ Division of Workers’ Compensation. However, the Workers’ Comp process is extremely complicated and will probably require the assistance of an experienced Workers’ Compensation attorney.

Andrew Calcagno is a New Jersey Workers’ Compensation attorney who makes himself available 24/7 for his clients. He will meet you at his office, at the hospital, or in your home to discuss your Workers’ Compensation case. Mr. Calcagno has more than 25 years of experience representing injured workers in New Jersey, including Raritan, Readington, and Clinton in Hunterdon County, NJ; Franklin Township, Bridgewater, and Hillsborough in Somerset County, NJ; and Phillipsburg, Hackettstown, and Lopatcong in Warren County, NJ. During that time, not only has Mr. Calcagno achieved numerous multi-million-dollar verdicts and settlements on behalf of his personal injury clients, but he has also successfully negotiated on behalf of countless clients seeking Workers’ Comp for workplace injuries.

Andrew Calcagno is available now to help you with your Workers’ Compensation case. Contact him today to schedule a free consultation.

Information on Lebanon Workers’ Compensation Court

New Jersey Workers’ Compensation cases are typically assigned to the court in the county where the injured employee lives. If the employee lives outside of the state, then the Workers’ Compensation case is usually assigned to the NJ county where the employer is located.

The Lebanon Workers’ Compensation Court serves Hunterdon County, Somerset County, and the southern half of Warren County, NJ.

Court Address:

Hunterdon Hills Plaza
1390 Route 22 West
Lebanon, NJ 08833
Phone: 908-236-8026
Fax: 908-236-8194

Court Personnel:

  • Regional Supervisor: Caroline Mandaglio
  • Head Clerk: Lisa D’Andria
  • Administrative Supervisory Judge: Ingrid French
  • Supervising Judge: George Psak
  • Presiding Judges: Rose Granados (Recall), Glenn Kaplan, Michael Luther, George Psak

Information on Lebanon, NJ

Lebanon Township is a township in the northern section of Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Lebanon, NJ has a population of 6,588 residents, according to the most recent census. Lebanon Township is quite large, with a total geographic area of approximately 31.7 square miles.

Lebanon Township is bordered by municipalities in Morris County (Washington Township) and Warren County (Mansfield Township and Washington Township), as well as by several other municipalities in Hunterdon County, NJ. Some of the unincorporated communities located within Lebanon Township include Anthony, Bunnvale, Hampton Junction, Hoffmans, Mount Lebanon, Newport, Red Mill, Spruce Run, and Woodglen.

The major road that runs through Lebanon Township, NJ is Route 31, which provides motorists with easy access to Interstate 78.

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

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Verdict - Head-On Collision

Plaintiff 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

Diesel mechanic was tragically crushed to death while repairing valves in the compactor unit of a garbage truck. Victim’s family sued the truck manufacturer for putting the valves inside the unit.

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