The law firm of Marciano & Topazio has been protecting the rights of individuals who have been injured or disabled since 1955. Throughout its 60 plus years of practice, Marciano & Topazio has earned a reputation for the aggressive representation of clients in all matters related to New Jersey State and Federal Workers’ Compensation, Personal Injury, Social Security (SSI & SSDI) Benefits, as well as Municipal Court matters.
Marciano & Topazio devotes a large part of its practice to representing people who have been injured at the workplace, including those who have suffered from specific accidents, sports injuries, or occupational disease. The attorneys at Marciano & Topazio also appear regularly before the United States Department of Labor in the New York regional office to represent injured longshore workers under the Longshore & Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act.
Andrew R. Topazio of Marciano & Topazio has been designated by the National Football League Players’ Association (NFLPA), National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) and Professional Hockey Players’ Association (PHPA) to handle Workers’ Compensation claims for professional athletes injured while playing for the New York Giants, New York Jets, New Jersey Devils, and other professional athletes with claims under New Jersey’s jurisdiction.
Although the firm is entrusted with the representation of such notable clients, Marciano & Topazio dedicates itself to achieving the best possible result and the maximum award for each and every person that walks through its doors.
As a family-run law firm, Marciano & Topazio understands the importance of tending to the individual needs of each client. The firm’s philosophy is to treat each client as a member of the Marciano & Topazio family. Because of this, Marciano & Topazio has had decades-long relationships with many of its clients, and regularly represents repeat clients and those recommended by other satisfied clients.
All fees for Workers’ Compensation, Personal Injury and Social Security actions are handled on a contingent basis, meaning that attorney’s fees are only awarded if your case is successfully resolved.