Representing Injured Workers In Brooklyn

Injured workers have rights and deserve compensation for the injuries they have suffered. However, many individuals are concerned about having their workers' compensation claim denied. Your claim can be made easier with the help of a knowledgeable Brooklyn workers' compensation lawyer who has handled thousands of workers' comp cases in New York.

At the Law Offices of Dennis Kenny, P.C., our firm has earned a reputation for being a successful and aggressive advocate for injured workers. Our concentration is on workers' compensation cases and getting the benefits our clients deserve for the injuries they have suffered.

Dedicated Workplace Injury Lawyer

We represent the rights of all types of workers, from construction workers to office workers, who have sustained injuries on the job. Whether the injuries are minor or severe, you may be entitled to workers' compensation benefits. Our firm is able to handle all types of injury cases, including:

  • Back injuries
  • Arm, wrist and other repetitive stress injuries
  • Neck injuries
  • Broken bones
  • Torn muscles
  • Head injuries (from falling objects)

New York law is very strict on scaffolding, window washing and other height-related jobs. However, the workers' compensation issues that result from an injury can be overwhelming for an injured person to handle on their own. Our firm can walk you through the process of filing a claim for benefits to ensure that your rights are protected.

Contact Us for A Free Initial Consultation

You have rights and options for seeking workers' compensation benefits. We provide a free case evaluation with a Brooklyn workers' compensation lawyer. We can review your case and determine how to move forward.

Contact us online, or call us today at 888-312-5516 to schedule an appointment with an experienced Brooklyn workers' compensation attorney.

We have convenient office locations in the Hudson Valley and Albany area, and we can represent injured workers who were injured anywhere in New York state.