We do not collect information from those who visit our website, unless you choose to fill out our consultation form. If you complete our form, we treat your information as confidential and do not share it, except to help you pursue your claim. Any information submitted will used by Workman’s Compensation New Jersey and its operating parent, The Hayes Firm, for the sole purpose of confirming your contact information and referring you to the best lawyer to handle your legal claim. The only reason we would share your information with others would be to find you an experienced attorney tailored to your needs. We respect your privacy. We do not sell your e-mail or other information, and do not share them with outside parties, except as described above. You expressly authorize any information submitted to be forwarded to any attorney for evaluation. Should you wish to opt out of any future communication, email or otherwise, kindly inform us via email and we will discontinue contact immediately.
Verdicts and awards have been posted for informational purposes only. Future verdicts or settlements cannot necessarily be predicted from prior results.
The statute of limitations of your respective state will help determine your ability to file a claim. If the statute of limitations between now and when your injury occurred has expired, you may be ineligible to file a claim.
Please know that you are not considered a client of our firm until your case has been accepted by us, and you have signed a formal “retainer agreement.”
No attorney-client relationship has been established until we have reviewed your case, decided to accept your case, and entered into a written representation/retainer agreement with the client. Therefore, any information submitted to us through an email or questionnaire is not protected under attorney-client privilege.