Persons working as delivery drivers are at high risk for a variety of work-related injuries. The working conditions can involve long hours on the roadways, repetitive motions with unloading cargo, and risks associated with going onto customer’s property with a whole host of unknown dangers. Contact our New Jersey Delivery Driver Injury Lawyers to get the compensation you deserve.

The Hackensack package and delivery driver injury attorneys at The Epstein Law Firm, represent drivers who suffered a work-related injury. We provide comprehensive legal services and can help you with issues related not only to workers’ compensation, but also personal injury claims related to third-party liability.

New Jersey Delivery Driver Injury Lawyers

When you think of jobs that are likely to cause repetitive injuries, many people think of factory workers. But drivers who are in their truck and out making hundreds of deliveries each week are also at risk. The repeated motions of getting into the truck, shifting the vehicle in and out of gear, and getting into and out of the truck can put added strain on the body. Over time, these daily movements can result in a repetitive work-related injury.

Individuals who perform repetitive actions at work are at risk for a number of repetitive stress injuries. Some of these include:

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Rotator cuff injuries
  • Tendonitis
  • Bursitis
  • De Quervain’s syndrome
  • Ulnar nerve entrapment
  • Epicondylitis
  • Other injuries caused by repetitive motion

At The Epstein Law Firm, our New Jersey workers’ compensation lawyers understand workers’ compensation law and know how to seek maximum compensation for clients who have suffered all types of on-the-job injuries and workplace accidents. We take the time to understand your case, and help you seek the resources needed to make a recovery from your injuries.

Third-Party Liability

Delivery drivers working in the Tri-state area spend a considerable amount of their work on the roadways. The additional time means that they are at an increased risk of being involved in a motor vehicle accident. If you have been injured in a truck accident while working, you can likely seek compensation not only from the workers’ compensation system, but may also have a claim against the drivers of the other vehicles involved in the crash.

In addition, third-party liability claims can arise if you were injured because of the property conditions at a home or business. If you were injured as the result of a slip and fall accident or because you have been attacked by a dog, our office can help you determine if additional sources of recovery exist.

Contact New Jersey Delivery Driver Injury Lawyers Today

To discuss your work-related injury in a free consultationcontact our Bergen County workers’ compensation law office or call at 201-231-7847.