Shirley Law Office of Disability, Social Security and Workers Compensation Lawyers
The attorneys at Turley, Redmond and Rosasco have over 30 years of experience representing injuries and disabled workers in Shirley and the greater Long Island Area and have a long track record of obtaining successful outcomes for our clients.
If you suffer a work-related accident, injury, or illness, you may be entitled to benefits through the workers’ compensation program, which provides monetary benefits to injured workers. Most private-sector employees in the state of New York are eligible for these benefits. Our attorneys have extensive experience representing injured workers before the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board and are confident that we can help you maximize your chances of obtaining the benefits you deserve.
Social Security Disability
The Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program is a federal program that provides benefits to individuals who suffer injuries that are expected to keep them out of work for at least 12 months or to result in their death. However, meeting the Social Security Administration (SSA) definition of “disabled” is not always easy and requires extensive documentation. The disability attorneys at Turley, Redmond and Rosasco are experts at navigating the SSDI claims process and have successfully obtained SSDI benefits for many of our clients.
Construction workers face a significantly higher risk of occupational injury and death than the national average, and construction accidents are particularly common in major metropolitan areas like New York and Long Island. If you have been injured in a construction accident, you may be facing the possibility of astronomical medical bills and weeks or even months of recovery. Our construction accident attorneys can help you obtain the benefits you need for your recovery by pursuing workers’ compensation claims, Social Security disability claims, and third-party tort claims.
Veterans put their lives on the line for our country, and, in exchange, they deserve the best possible care when they are injured as a result of their service. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides benefits for veterans who suffer service-related injuries, including injuries sustained during their service, injuries that arose after their service, or pre-existing injuries that were made worse due to their service. Our attorneys take immense pride in representing injured and disabled veterans and have extensive experience advocating on their behalf against the complex bureaucracy of the VA.