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Mt. Holly Workers’ Compensation Court for Injured Workers in Burlington County, New Jersey


NJ Workers’ Compensation provides reimbursement for medical treatment, replacement pay for time missed from work during your recovery, and a cash award if the injury left you disabled and unable to return to work. However, it is not always easy to get your employer, or their insurance provider, to agree to provide full benefits in the event of a workplace injury. The reality is that employers, and their insurance companies, often contest Workers’ Compensation claims or dispute the benefits. That’s why it is imperative that you have the assistance of qualified legal counsel early in the process.

Andrew Calcagno, the Founding Member and Senior Trial Attorney of Calcagno & Associates, is a highly qualified Workers’ Compensation lawyer. Mr. Calcagno has had great success in both personal injury lawsuits and Workers’ Compensation cases. For instance, Mr. Calcagno is a Life Member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, which puts him in an elite group of less than one percent of all lawyers in the U.S. Beyond that, Mr. Calcagno has helped numerous injured workers in Evesham Township, Mount Laurel, Willingboro, Pemberton, Medford, and elsewhere in Burlington County, NJ get the Workers’ Comp benefits to which they were entitled.

If you were hurt while working in Burlington County, NJ, Andrew Calcagno can help you file a Workers’ Compensation claim. Contact Mr. Calcagno today to discuss your next step.

Information on Mt. Holly Workers’ Compensation Court

Your NJ Workers’ Compensation case will probably be assigned to the court in the county where you have a place of residence. If you live outside of New Jersey, then your Workers’ Comp case will probably be assigned to the county in which your employer is located.

The Mt. Holly Workers’ Compensation Court serves Burlington County, NJ.

Court Address:

555 High Street, Fairground Plaza
Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
Phone: 609-518-1790
Fax: 609-518-3075

Court Personnel:

  • Regional Supervisor: Charyl Stump
  • Head Clerk: Ann Harris
  • Administrative Supervisory Judge: Lionel Simon
  • Supervising Judge: George Geist
  • Presiding Judges: Joshua Friedman (Recall), George Geist, Dolores McNamee

Information on Mount Holly, NJ

Mount Holly is a township located in Burlington County, New Jersey. Mount Holly serves as the county seat and is also considered an eastern suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The total residential population of Mt. Holly is 9,536 people, with those residents occupying a geographic area of 2.85 square miles.

Mount Holly was originally known as Northampton Township, with the township eventually being renamed Mount Holly in 1931. (The name reportedly came from local hills that were covered with holly trees.) Today, Mount Holly is bordered by Eastampton Township, Hainesport Township, Lumberton Township, and Westampton Township.

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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

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