Katz, Leidman, Grossman, Wolfe & Freund

With more than 50 years of experience, Katz, Leidman, Grossman, Wolfe & Freund provides legal services to individuals who are victims of job-related accidents and personal injuries.

About Katz, Leidman, Grossman, Wolfe & Freund

A New-York-based legal firm serving clients throughout the state, Katz, Leidman, Grossman, Wolfe & Freund has offices in Brooklyn and Manhattan. Its workers’ compensation attorneys serve clients who have experienced a work-related accident or damage, and the firm also serves individuals with personal injury cases. Having obtained hundreds of millions of dollars for its clients, Katz, Leidman, Grossman, Wolfe & Freund takes pride in understanding how insurance companies operate, and it utilizes this information to obtain the largest workers’ compensation settlements possible.

With a number of seasoned lawyers, the firm strives to furnish individualized and committed legal services. The legal services include keeping clients up to date throughout their cases, promptly answering and responding to calls, and being available to clients 24/7. Additionally, Katz, Leidman, Grossman, Wolfe & Freund provides a set of steps to take immediately after experiencing a personal injury or job-related accident. For example, with the goal of building the strongest cases possible, the firm recommends that individuals who have experienced a job-related accident seek medical treatment straightaway. If the injury does not require emergency care, the firm suggests seeking services from a doctor authorized by the Workers’ Compensation Board. Importantly, the firm also states that individuals must notify their employers in writing of their injuries within 30 days of the accident.

The firm takes on cases in any stage of the claims process, including cases that are about to go to trial. For individuals who are dissatisfied with the quantity of workers’ compensation benefits awarded by the judge as a result of their cases, the firm offers assistance filing an application for an appeal. In these cases, the firm disputes the claim and attempts to have the case reviewed by members of the New York State Workers' Compensation Board.

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