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WORKER'S COMPENSATION

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WORKER'S COMPENSATION

Worker's Compensation claims are claims against your Employer for injuries that happen at work

Do I have a case?

What if the accident was my fault?

How do I get medical treatment?

Can I choose my own doctor?

What if I can't work?

What happens if I am placed on light duty?

Can I get Compensation for my injury?

What do I have to do to finish a case?

How long does it take to finish a case?

Call GARY APPLEBY for the answers!

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PERSONAL INJURY

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WORKER'S COMPENSATION

Personal Injury cases are claims for injuries that happen outside of your employment

Why is it important to start my case quickly?

Do I have a case?

How do I get the right medical care?

Who pays my medical bills?

What if my car is damaged?

What if I can't work?

Can I get Compensation for my injury?

How long can a case take?

What are the steps in a personal injury case?

How do I become a good witness?

Call GARY APPLEBY for the answers!

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LET US TAKE CARE OF YOU

LET US TAKE CARE OF YOU

LET US TAKE CARE OF YOU

Gary Appleby has been handling Worker's Compensation & Personal Injury Cases since 1994.  Put his experience to work for you!

- FREE CONSULTATION

- Contingent Fees for Worker's Compensation & Personal Injury cases - you only pay a legal fee if the case results in a recovery

- Personal Attention to your case

- Friendly, full time support staff

- Covenient hours & location

- Se Habla Espanol

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Gary D. Appleby, Attorney at Law, LLC

43 Main Street, South River, NJ 08882, US

(732) 967-9988 - Fax (732) 967-9987

Hours

Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm

Saturday: By appointment

Sunday: Closed

About Our Law Firm

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Recent Events

May 2020 - Our office is helping our clients by working through the Coronavirus Crisis.  


Worker's Compensation Court is opened on a limited basis.  The Court is now approving settlements without requiring clients to appear in Court as long as an affidavit is submitted by our office.


Most Municipal Courts are closed.  Some of them are allowing cases to be resolved without the client's appearance in Court provided that the Prosecutor agrees to a plea arrangement and that we submit an affidavit signed by our client.


Personal Injury cases are still moving forward.  Some insurance companies are actively trying to settle claims.  Mr. Appleby recently participated in a remote deposition which was performe


Other Legal Services

Gary Appleby also represents people in Municipal Court and in select Family Court cases.  He also prepares simple wills.

About Gary D. Appleby, Esq.

Gary Appleby was raised in Milltown.  He attended Spotswood High School and Livingston College in Piscataway.  Mr. Appleby served as an Officer in the United States Navy for four years before attending law school at the Rutgers School of Law in Camden.  He served as the judicial law clerk for the Hon. Glen J. Berman and the Hon. Amy P. Chambers in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Middlesex County, before entering into private practice.

Legal Heritage

Gary Appleby is in the third generation of Appleby lawyers to practice law in South River.  His grandfather, J. Randolph Appleby, II, had a law office in South River.  Two of his sons, J. Randolph Appleby, III, and Theodore Appleby, were lawyers.  J. Randolph Appleby, III, known as "Bud", served as the Borough Attorney of Spotswood and the Seaside Park Municipal Court Judge.  Theodore Appleby served a a Judge of the Superior Court in Middlesex County.  

Navy Heritage

Gary Appleby is proud to be a veteran of the United States Navy.  He attended Naval Officer Candidate School, Newport in 1985.  He was then stationed onboard the aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower until 1989.  Mr. Appleby left active duty with the rank of Lieutenant, and then served with the naval reserve.  He retired with the rank of Commander in 2004.   Mr. Appleby's uncle, Ernest Barbely, served in the Navy onboard the aircraft carrier USS Essex during World War II.