Attorney Joshua Cohen is a seasoned Workers' Compensation attorney. By focusing his practice only on Workers’ Compensation law, Mr. Cohen has truly become a leader in his field. Many of Mr. Cohen’s clients are Police Officers, Correction Officers and Firefighters, which has given him a familiarity and deep understanding of the interplay between Workers’ Compensation Law, Social Security Law, pensions and unions. He also represents a large number of teachers, and has handled complex temporary disability issues concerning teacher’s entitlement to benefits over summer months as well as how to avoid using available sick/vacation time for doctor’s appointments. Whether you are a home health aide injured lifting a patient, a Police Officer injured in the line of duty, or any other worker injured at work, Mr. Cohen is the Workers’ Compensation Attorney you want on your side. He will not rest until you receive the compensation you deserve.
Mr. Cohen is known for his exceptional communication with his clients. He provides all of his clients with his cell phone number for text messages and/or phone calls 24/7. Whether it is a prescription medication that is being denied or something more serious, Mr. Cohen is there for his clients when they need it. He has extensive courtroom experience, and is a regular in a NJ Workers' Compensation court room. Mr. Cohen is known by Workers’ Compensation Judges, Law Clerks and his adversaries for aggressive representation of his clients.
Professional Accomplishments: Vice President of The New Jersey Council on Safety and Health
Mr. Cohen is a Vice President of New Jersey Council on Safety and Health (NJCOSH) operates as a 501c5 non-profit organization of petitioners’ Workers’ Compensation attorneys, treating physicians, union members and any other interested party. We work together to fight for the rights of injured workers and their families throughout New Jersey.
Mr. Cohen attended Law School at Appalachian School of Law where he achieved the honor of Law Review when he was named Associate Editor of the Appalachian Law Jour