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Mt. Arlington, NJ Workers’ Compensation Attorney

Mt. Arlington Workers’ Compensation Court for Injured Employees in Morris County, Sussex County & Warren County, NJ


New Jersey passed the country’s first Workers’ Compensation system in 1911. Since that time, Workers’ Compensation law in NJ has evolved into a complicated process. NJ Workers’ Compensation cases are not heard in standard courts where personal injury cases are usually handled. Instead, Workers’ Compensation claims in NJ are heard in special Workers’ Compensation courts. There are 15 such courts in New Jersey, with jurisdiction determined by either the place of residence of the injured employee or the location of the employer. For instance, if you live in Parsippany, Mount Olive, Rockaway Township, Roxbury, or Morristown, your Workers’ Compensation case would likely be heard in the Workers’ Compensation Court designated for Morris County, NJ. Navigating these special courts can be difficult, which is why you need an experienced NJ Workers’ Compensation lawyer on your side throughout the process.

Andrew Calcagno is the Senior Trial Attorney of Calcagno & Associates, a New Jersey law firm that specializes in personal injury cases and Workers’ Compensation claims. Mr. Calcagno is an experienced trial lawyer who you can count on to handle your Workers’ Comp claim, whether it’s during negotiations with the insurance company or at trial in the Mt. Arlington Workers’ Compensation Court. Mr. Calcagno is a Member in Good Standing of the American Trial Lawyers Association (ATLA), which is the most prestigious and well-respected trial lawyer association in the U.S.

If you suffered an injury on the job and have not been able to return to work due to your injury, it is only fair for you to be compensated for your injuries and for your lost wages from work. Contact Andrew Calcagno today to discuss your case.

Information on Mt. Arlington Workers’ Compensation Court

Workers’ Compensation cases in New Jersey are normally assigned to the court in the county where the injured worker resides. If the injured worker resides outside of NJ, then the Workers’ Comp case is normally assigned to the county in which the employer is located.

The Mt. Arlington Workers’ Compensation Court serves Morris County, Sussex County, and the northern half of Warren County, NJ.

Court Address:

100 Valley Road, Bldg. #3, Suite 100
Mt. Arlington, NJ 07856
Phone: 973-770-4480
Fax: 973-770-8799

Court Personnel:

  • Regional Supervisor: Mildred Rodriguez
  • Administrative Supervisory Judge: Ingrid French
  • Supervising Judge: Kenneth Kovalcik
  • Presiding Judges: Jamie Buonocore (Recall), Kenneth Kovalcik, Thomas J. Ludlum, Michael Luther

Mount Arlington, NJ

Mount Arlington is a borough in Morris County, NJ. Mount Arlington has a population of just over 5,000 residents and a geographic area of 2.9 square miles. The borough is located along the shore of Lake Hopatcong, which is the largest lake in New Jersey.

Mt. Arlington is a suburban residential community with 2,283 households and 1,347 families, according to the most recent census. The median household income in Mt. Arlington is $77,240, which is well above the national average. (In fact, less than three percent of borough residents are below the poverty line.)

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