About The Firm
Fighting for the Rights of Injured Workers since 1997.
At Bangel, Cohen & Falconetti, LLP, we understand that an unexpected injury can be an awful experience. Besides the pain from the injury, your medical bills can add up quickly and you may not have any income to support yourself while you recover. But we can’t help unless you contact us.
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Things You Should Know
We Take it Personal
We utilize the latest and most modern resources in the legal field, allowing us to offer customized individual attention to provide you with the best legal representation possible.Read More
We Only Do One Thing
Our firm is dedicated exclusively to representing injured workers’ in their claim for benefits under the New York State Workers’ Compensation Law. We have one focus and are passionate about helping those who suffered an on-the-job accident or illness.Contact Us
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Bangel, Cohen & Falconetti LLP is considered one of the premier workers’ compensation firms in New York. Our experienced team of lawyers and staff is devoted to truly caring for and fighting for the rights of our clients. We are committed to making sure that our clients understand the process and get the benefits they that are entitled to. We pride ourselves on our hard work, preparation, negotiation skills and prowess in court.
Bangel, Cohen and Falconetti are a top notch, professional law firm!! They got me an EXCELLENT SETTLEMENT!! ALWAYS RETURNED CALLS ON THE SAME BUISSNESS DAY, ANSWERED ALL QUESTIONS NO MATTER HOW TRIVIAL !. I highly reccomend this law firm! Thanks to Chris Falconetti, Matt Swanson and all the para-legals who worked my case!
I don't know what I would have done without the help of Bangel, Cohen and Falconetti they help me through a very tough time for the past six months and I owe them a wealth of gratitude consummate professionals with a wonderful professional staff.
Meet the Attorneys
Mr. Bangel handled workers’ compensation cases as well as personal injury defense litigation—again, for insurance companies and large self-insured clients. Now he represented injured workers before the Workers’ Compensation Board.View Attorney's Profile
Mr. Cohen has been a guest speaker on the MSG Metro Learning Station and has been a lecturer for other attorneys and health workers in seminars regarding New York State Workers’ Compensation Law.View Attorney's Profile
Mr. Falconetti continues vigorously fighting for the rights of his clients to recover benefits they are entitled to under the Workers’ Compensation Law.View Attorney's Profile
Mr. Swansen became associated with the firm in 2014 after vigorously advocating before the Workers' Compensation Board and Social Security Administration.View Attorney's Profile
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has signed legislation to re-open the registry to preserve workers’ compensation rights for World Trade Center ...Read More
10/31/2016: Workers’ Compensation Board Announces New Hearing Purpose for Opioid Weaning Issues. Opioid addiction is a major public health crisis in ...Read More
Board Proposes New Workers’ Compensation Pharmacy Benefit Plan. The rapid pace of change in the pharmaceutical industry over the last few ...Read More
Effective June 8. 2016, the Chair amends 12 NYCRR § 311.1 to provide for the reimbursement for memorial services under ...Read More
For Workers’ compensation claims with dates of accident or dates of disablement during the period from July 1, 2016 through ...Read More
I don't know how things would have turned out without the law firm of Bangel, Cohen & Falconetti I'd most likely be homeless !!! They fought tooth and nail for me didn't let me become pry for the insurance company .. They are on top of their game and never missed a beat .. They're staff is very accommodating and professions I work for the plumbers Union in N.Y.C and I'm going to recommend them to all of my union brothers and sister... I really can't say enough kind things about them and I really don't know how to thank them.