Polsky, Shouldice, & Rosen, PC
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Adam Rosen has been a partner and workers’ compensation lawyer in NY at Polsky, Shouldice, & Rosen, P.C. since 2000. He graduated from Hofstra Law School in 1995 and quickly earned the spot as partner at the firm just five years later. He has spent his entire career doing workers’ compensation law and focusing on helping people get compensation for injuries they sustained in the workplace. Adam is passionate about what he does because he knows how necessary workers’ compensation is and how much people who are filing need it. If someone is injured on the job, Adam believes they need to be compensated for their losses, which is why he speaks to so many other lawyers about the topic. He enjoys conversations to try to problem solve and learn more about the field and shares his knowledge with others by educating workers about their rights. He does this by lecturing at union meetings, churches, and community centers to help teach people what they deserve at the workplace. He also is a very active member of the Injured Workers Bar Association and was given the title of the Chairman of the Workers’ Compensation committee of the Nassau County Bar Association. These positions allow Adam to have an open dialogue with other lawyers in the area who may have had different experiences than him. Adam is always open to learning more and teaching others about his success stories, in hopes to help them succeed as well.
Adam has dedicated his entire career in law to workers’ compensation cases and plans to continue to do so. He has taken the lead in teaching the Bar and his clients more about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected workers’ compensation claims and the best way to move forward with this. This is a new and unprecedented time in workers’ comp law, but Adam is up for the challenge and looks forward to seeing what this year will bring.
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