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Robert Clark

Workers’ Compensation Law is constantly changing. In order for injured workers to maximize their benefits, it is important that they retain an attorney who is both knowledgeable and passionate about the rights of injured workers. The insurance carrier will be represented by an attorney that specializes in workers’ compensation claims and you deserve the same.

Bob understands the many legal implications associated with filing a workers’ compensation claim and will walk you through the claim process from start to finish. Bob’s depth of exposure with workers’ compensation claims has provided him with the necessary experience and perspective to competently handle your claim.

Bob received his B.A. from The State University of New York at Geneseo and his J.D. from The University at Buffalo Law School, SUNY. Prior to joining Connors & Ferris, LLP, Bob worked at an employment law firm where he advocated on behalf of hourly employees alleging minimum wage and overtime violations under federal and state law.

Bob is admitted to practice law in New York State and is a member of the American Bar Association, New York State Bar Association, Monroe County Bar Association, and Injured Workers’ Bar Association. When not advocating for injured workers at the Workers Compensation Board, Bob handles unemployment insurance benefit cases as a volunteer attorney with the Monroe County Volunteer Legal Services Project (VLSP). Bob can help you with your workers’ compensation, social security disability, or personal injury claim.

More About Robert Clark

Three words that describe me (alright, three and a half): Happy. Hard-working. Hungry.
My philosophy: It’s a great life, if you don’t weaken.
A lesson that I’ve learned: If it seems stupid, don’t do it.
Favorite vacation: Moon Beach.
All-time favorite movie: There Will Be Blood.
My favorite way to relax: Good food. Good drink. Good company. ‘Nuff said.
Favorite slang word: Bejesus. An exclamation traditionally attributed to the Irish, used to express surprise or for emphasis, e.g., “You scared the bejesus out of me.”

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