Polsky, Shouldice, & Rosen, PC
Title: The Basics of Workers’ Compensation
Adam Rosen, partner at Polsky, Shouldice, & Rosen, P.C., has had an extensive career in workers’ compensation law. He got his start after graduating from Hofstra Law School in 1995 and quickly worked his way up to a partner in the firm by 2000. Adam genuinely cares about his clients and wants to see them get the compensation they deserve. He is passionate about helping others and holding companies accountable for their actions that affect employees. Because of this, he volunteers by speaking at union meetings, as well as to workers at local churches and community centers to explain to them what their rights are. Adam works closely with all of his clients no matter how big or small the case is.
Adam is now trying to make a difference for those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. He believes that there need to be laws in place that protect workers and is working to educate both the Bar and his clients in regards to cases that occurred during this time. Adam is currently a very active member of the Injured Workers Bar Association and is the Chairman of the Workers’ Compensation Committee of the Nassau County Bar Association. He gives his time to workers’ comp law in order to make a difference in the lives of others. Adam plans to continue working in this field and hopes to be able to change the laws to make a better and safer work environment for employees everywhere.
Finally, even though Adam is a partner at the firm, he still works closely with his clients. He spends weeknights in both the Brooklyn and the Bronx offices and works directly with his clients to address any concerns they may have about their workers’ compensation cases. Adam enjoys this part of his job and plans to continue to work to help everyone he can with their claims.
Adam Rosen Bio 7
Adam Rosen, one of the partners and workers’ compensation lawyers in NYat Polsky, Shouldice, & Rosen, P.C., works closely with his clients to ensure they get the best possible service for their workers’ compensation claims. He spends time in both the Brooklyn and the Bronx offices so that clients can ask any questions about their cases and have face to face time while he is working on their claim. Adam also spends time outside of work to try to change the way workers’ compensation claims go. He lectures to union workers at meetings, as well as employees for different companies at churches and community centers to try to educate others about their rights.
Adam graduated from Hofstra Law School in 1995 and quickly became a partner at Polsky, Shouldice, & Rosen in 2000. He has spent his entire career working in the workers’ compensation realm and wants to make sure people are always treated fairly at work. Because of this, Adam is incredibly active in the Injured Workers Bar Association and was given the honor of being named the Chairman of the Workers’ Compensation Committee of the Nassau County Bar. Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic began, Adam has been working to reform the rules around workers’ comp during the pandemic. These have been unprecedented times and the law was not ready for everything the pandemic presented. This is why Adam has been educating the Bar and his clients alike about some of the rules that are already in place regarding workers’ comp that may affect the way things were handled during the pandemic.