Polsky, SHouldice, & rosen, PC
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Adam Rosen from Polsky, Shouldice, & Rosen, P.C., has been working in workers’ compensation law since he graduated from Hofstra Law School in 1995. He is passionate about protecting workers’ rights and wants to make sure people feel that they can seek compensation if they are ever injured at the workplace. Adam not only represents people in court, but also attends union meetings to lecture workers about what kind of rights they are entitled to and how to make sure they receive anything they are owed due to a workplace injury. He also speaks at churches and community centers to spread the word about workers’ compensation and let people know when they should contact an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer in NY for assistance in a possible case.
Adam works at the Polsky, Shouldice, & Rosen, P.C. offices in Brooklyn and the Bronx to make sure those who are filing for workers’ compensation are getting the help that they need to move forward with their lives. He meets with clients individually, as Adam knows that each case is so different, as is every individual who is in the middle of a workers’ comp battle. More recently, Adam has been dealing with workplace issues relating to COVID-19 and even has taken the lead to educate the Bar and his clients alike on how the pandemic relates to workers’ compensation.
Finally, Adam is currently a member of the Injured Workers Bar Association and was given the honor of being named the Chairman of the Workers’ Compensation Committee of the Nassau County Bar Association. These are just more opportunities for him to share his knowledge and learn from others in his field as well. Adam does much more than only working with his clients – he believes it is important to give back to the community and always continue to learn more about his profession in order to help change the world.
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