James Seganti is a graduate of the University of Miami and obtained his law degree from Touro Law School. He joined the firm in 2012 and has continued to pursue the rights of injured workers before the workers compensation board. He resides in Nassau county.
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At Sherman, Federman, Sambur & McIntyre, LLP, our knowledgeable and experienced attorneys are well versed in all areas of workers compensation law and practice in all state and federal courts in New York, as well as before federal, state and local administrative agencies.
Our firm has over 40 years experience in the area of workers' compensation, both in representing clients before the Workers' Compensation Board and investigating and prosecuting third party actions relating to work injuries. If you have been hurt on the job and have lost time from work, you may qualify to receive a portion of your lost wages and medical expenses. We are dedicated to protecting people like you who are injured on the job and work our hardest to see that you are justly compensated.
If you have suffered a partial or permanent disability that prevents you from returning to work, then you may receive additional awards pursuant to the Workers' Compensation Law. There are many claims that must be filed and there are deadlines that restrict the time you have to file these claims, it is imperative that you speak with a knowledgeable workers compensation lawyer as soon as possible to protect your legal rights. Call us at (866) 557-7500 for a free consultation.
What types of injuries and illnesses are covered by the N.Y.S. Workers' Compensation Law?
In a Workers' Compensation claim virtually any injury or illness which is caused by some aspect of your employment may be covered.
We say "may" because the insurance carriers and self insured employers will often deny any non-routine case or cases where they feel they can dispute the cause or the connection to your employment.
Some of the Injuries and Conditions Covered By the Workers' Compensation Law
Burns: from hot surfaces, hot liquids, hot steam, from chemicals or chemical exposure, radiation.
Cancer from occupational exposure to Radiation, to Toxic Chemicals, to Asbestos (Asbestosis and Mesothelioma, etc.)
Eye Injuries and Loss of Vision.
Fractures and Sprains of: the Skull; of Vertebrae in your Neck or Back; of a Hip; of a Pelvis; of an Arm; of a Leg; of a Wrist, Hand or Finger; of an Ankle, Foot or Toe; Ribs; Nose and Facial Fractures.
Heart Attacks and Strokes. Among the most difficult claims to prove, our office has successfully handled hundreds of such claims.
Loss of Hearing, due to an accident or to long exposure to injurious noise levels at work.
Psychological conditions, Depression and Anxiety caused by your injury or by your working conditions. Note that such conditions caused by routine personnel decisions affecting you, are not covered.
Repetitive Motion Injuries such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Tenosynovitis of the Joints, Tennis Elbow (from repetitive motion not just tennis), etc Dupytrins Contracture due to injury or repetitive motion.
Sick Building Syndrome illnesses; C.O.P.D. (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease).
The attorneys of Sherman, Federman, Sambur & McIntyre, L.L.P. have successfully litigated virtually every type of claim that can come before the Workers' Compensation Board. We have obtained millions of dollars in monetary benefits for our clients.
What types of injuries and illnesses are covered by the Social Security Disability Benefits Law?
Virtually any long term illnesses and injuries, whether or not caused by your employment, may be the basis of a claim for Social Security Disability.
Multiple conditions, work related or not, may in combination be enough to establish a successful claim. Please contact us for a free Social Security Disability claim evaluation at (866) 557-7500.
Our firm has successfully represented thousands of disabled claimants on both the initial application, as well as Appeals, before Administrative Law Judges of the Social Security Administration. We combine a complete knowledge of the law with an understanding of the requirements demanded by individual judges. We are available to discuss potential claims and there is no fee for a consultation.
If your claim is successful, you will become eligible for monthly cash payments and members of your family may also qualify. After two years of payments, you will also qualify for Medicare health insurance benefits.
Remember that your period of disability (out of work), must be expected to last at least 12 months, for your claim to be viable.
With an attorney, there is the potential for considerable shortening of the time periods on Appeal.
We continue to represent those clients who we have helped with their initial application at the time of such reviews.
There is never a fee for a consultation. Contact us for an interview to discuss you claim.
For over 55 years, Sherman, Federman, Sambur, & McIntyre, have been successfully helping thousands of disabled claimants obtain the Social Security benefits they deserve. Our attorneys are well versed in the laws of the Social Security Administration. When you are unable to work due to an illness or a physical or mental disability, we know what to do.
At Sherman, Federman, Sambur, & McIntyre there are never any out-of-pocket fees. If you don't receive money, we don’t get paid. The following are some common conditions to qualify you for Social Security Disability:
Back and Neck Injuries
Heart Attacks and Strokes
Repetitive Motion Injuries
Social Security Disability pays monthly cash payments to you and eligible members of your family. Even if you are receiving workers' compensation or disability insurance benefits, you may be eligible for Social Security disability. You may also be eligible for retroactive disability payments and Medicare Health Insurance Benefits after 2 years of payments. If you think you may be eligible for Social Security benefits or you have any questions, please call us at (866) 557-7500.