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Toms River Workers’ Compensation Attorney

Toms River Workers’ Compensation Court for Injured Employees in Ocean County, New Jersey

Workplace injuries happen – it’s a fact of life. Of course, some jobs are more dangerous than others. For instance, a worker at a construction site may be more likely to suffer a catastrophic injury than an office worker. However, regardless of your profession, you should still be covered under NJ Workers’ Compensation law. That’s because New Jersey law requires most employers to provide Workers’ Comp benefits to employees.

You can count on Andrew Calcagno to handle your Workers’ Comp claim outside the courtroom or, if necessary, in the Tom Rivers Workers’ Compensation court. As a trial lawyer, Mr. Calcagno has received numerous accolades: he was named a Super Lawyer by New Jersey Monthly Magazine, he is a member of the American Trial Lawyers Association (ATLA), and he was selected to the Top 100 Trial Lawyers. Moreover, Mr. Calcagno is not afraid of the insurance companies. In fact, he has had tremendous success challenging insurance companies and getting them to extend maximum benefits to injured workers.

Were you injured on the job in Toms River, Lakewood, Brick, Jackson, Manchester, or somewhere else in Ocean County, NJ? Then let Andrew Calcagno help you with your Workers’ Compensation claim. Contact Mr. Calcagno now to schedule a free consultation.

Information on Toms River Workers’ Compensation Court

Injured employees who file Workers’ Compensation claims in New Jersey typically have their cases assigned to the county in which they live. However, if the injured employees live outside of NJ, then the Workers’ Comp case is typically assigned to the county where the employer is located.

The Tom Rivers Workers’ Compensation Court serves Ocean County, NJ.

Court Address:

954 Route 166
Toms River, NJ 08753
Phone: 732-349-9592
Fax: 732-349-7348

Court Personnel:

  • Regional Supervisor: Elizabeth Risley
  • Head Clerk: Helen Seethaler
  • Administrative Supervisory Judge: Bradley Henson
  • Presiding Judges: Russell Cherkos, Bradley Henson, Eugene Mulvaney, James Robertson

Toms River, NJ

Toms River is a township located in Ocean County, New Jersey. Toms River, which serves as the county seat, has a total population of more than 91,000 residents and a massive geographic area of 52.9 square miles. Given the large size of the township, it is not surprising that several major roads run through Toms River: US Route 9, NJ Route 35, NJ Route 37, NJ Route 70, NJ Route 166, and the Garden State Parkway (GSP). Toms River is located roughly 55 miles away from Philadelphia, PA and 70 miles away from Manhattan in New York.

Toms River is considered one of the safest cities in the entire country, with an annual violent crime rate well below both the national average and the state average. Every year, thousands of people gather in Toms River, NJ to attend one of the largest Halloween parades in the world.


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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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Settlement - Wrongful Death

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