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Sound Advice About Workplace Accidents and Job-Related Injuries

The Utica law firm of Callanen, Foley & Hobika concentrates on the legal options that injured workers can pursue for any accident or medical condition that keeps them away from the job. Our lawyers advise clients in cases ranging from professional driver accident claims to toxic exposure in factories or office buildings.

Call 315-724-1600 to Learn About Compensation for Injuries on the Job

For a free consultation about recovering compensation for a workplace accident or chronic injury, contact our office for a free consultation. In some cases, our clients turn out to be eligible under all three of the most important ways to recover benefits or damages in New York state — workers' compensation, personal injury and Social Security disability insurance.

Our client service tradition in the Mohawk Valley and central New York goes back to the 1930's, and the rights of injured private sector and public employees has formed an important focus of our law firm's practice for at least 40 years.

We have deep roots in Utica and we understand the people we work with very well. Our attorneys take a personal interest in helping our clients get the financial support their families need during a period of disability and convalescence. We also help families through the difficult transition that follows a fatal workplace accident.

If you suffered an injury on the job, you should be aware that the first steps you take could shape your legal rights throughout the life of your case. We therefore encourage injured people to contact our office as soon as possible after reporting the injury to the employer. A good time to call us is before you meet with a doctor for the first time.

Find out how you and your family can benefit from our law firm's practical approach and experience with workplace accident scenarios of many kinds in many industries. Contact Callanen, Foley & Hobika in Utica for a free consultation about your injury or disability claims.