Industrial Accidents

New Jersey residents who work in industrial settings are often tasked with jobs that involve significant physical labor in conditions that are potentially hazardous to employees. Because so many industrial positions depend on the physical ability and strength, an injury can be physically and financially disastrous to an industrial worker.

Rothenberg, Rubenstein, Berliner & Shinrod, LLC, effectively assists individuals throughout New Jersey who have been severely hurt in industrial accidents. We recognize your need to obtain financial compensation for your medical expenses and lost wages, and our experienced New Jersey industrial accident lawyers can help you.

Hurt On The Job? We Help Injured Industrial Workers Obtain Compensation.

Together, our attorneys have more than 400 years of combined legal experience handling complex personal injury and industrial accidents. Over the years, we have helped clients suffering from catastrophic injuries they sustained in accidents involving:

Injuries from these types of accidents are typically severe and take months to heal from. They can leave permanent scars and require rehabilitation and lifelong medical assistance.

Our attorneys understand the obstacles you face, and we are prepared to help you move forward from your industrial accident by working with you to explore all of your options for recovery. That may include personal injury, workers' compensation and third-party liability claims.

Rothenberg, Rubenstein, Berliner & Shinrod, LLC, also represents family members of individuals who have suffered a wrongful death as a result of a serious industrial accident.

Contact A Machinery Injury Lawyer Today

We invite you to contact Rothenberg, Rubenstein, Berliner & Shinrod, LLC, at 973-535-3388 for powerful, effective legal representation when you have been severely injured or your loved one has suffered a wrongful death. Our law firm represents clients throughout New Jersey. We offer free initial consultations. Our legal services are provided on a contingency fee basis — if we accept your case, there is no fee unless we recover damages for you.