Angela Y. DeMary
Areas of Practice
Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a workers' compensation attorney, Angela focuses the entirety of her practice on New Jersey workers’ compensation, representing the interests of employers, carriers and self-insureds. Throughout her career, Angela has gained significant experience handling claims involving issues of employment, coverage, compensability, causation/liability and permanency. Her cases also include specific issues of total disability (SIF), lack of coverage (UEF) and subcontractor/general contractor issues (Section 79).
Notably, Angela has argued multiple cases before the Appellate Division. She has secured favorable decisions on issues of entitlement to temporary total disability benefits addressed under Section 38 (commonly referred to as the Cunningham issue). Her experience also extends to issues involving jurisdiction and liability against a subsequent carrier (most often referred to as a Peterson or Bond-type issue).
In addition to her legal speaking engagements, Angela is actively involved with youth activities in her community. She participates in career day programs at the elementary and high school levels and devotes time to youth mentoring and motivation.
Prior to her career in law, Angela worked as a probation officer and as an advocate for victims of domestic violence.
Practicing Workers’ Compensation Law Remotely and COVID-19 Type Cases, Camden County Bar Association CLE program, January 27, 2021
Are You Coming or Going – Do You Know Your Course and Scope?, Marshall Dennehey webinar, October 26, 2020
Workers' Compensation: Key Concepts and Issues, National Business Institute, Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 2019
Navigating Workers' Compensation Processes, Procedures and Forms, National Business Institute, Atlantic City, New Jersey, June 2019
Bad Eggs: Defending Injuries Stemming from Violence in the Workplace, Marshall Dennehey Workers' Compensation Seminar, October 19, 2017
Human Resource Law from A to Z, National Business Institute, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, September 20, 2016
Anatomy and Physiology 101 for Attorneys, National Business Institute, Atlantic City, New Jersey, October 28, 2015
Advanced Workers' Compensation - Selected Issues in Workers' Compensation Law, National Business Institute, Atlantic City, New Jersey, April 27, 2015
Career Day, Cramer College Preparatory Lab School, Camden, New Jersey, June 2014
Fourth Annual Workers' Compensation Seminar, New Jersey Department of Labor-Division of Workers' Compensation, May 2014
Your Top Workers' Compensation Questions – Answered, National Business Institute, Atlantic City, New Jersey, December 12, 2013
New Jersey Workers' Compensation Update, Insurance Society of Philadelphia, Affinity Insurance, Hatboro, Pennsylvania, April 13, 2012
Overview of New Jersey Workers' Compensation, Atlantic City, New Jersey, May 2010
New Jersey Workers' Compensation Update, Council on Education in Management, 2005
Introduction to New Jersey Workers' Compensation, Sheraton Hotel, Atlantic City, New Jersey, 2005
"Navigating the Waters of a Motion for Med and Temp," New Jersey Law Journal, November 9, 2015
"Whether Going or Coming, It's Still Not Compensable," Defense Digest, Vol. 19, No. 3, September 2013
"Proof? You Can’t Handle The “Proof”!" Defense Digest, Vol. 18, No. 2, June 2012
"Appellate Division Upholds Dismissal of Occupational Heart Attack Claim and Claim of Entitlement to Second Injury Fund Involvement," Defense Digest, 2011-09, Vol. 17, No. 3
"Determining Who's Liable: Analyzing Causation and Liability Issues When There Are Multiple Carriers, Employers and/or Claims," Defense Digest, 2010-06, Vol. 16, No. 2
"Supreme Court Renders Decision Regarding Application of Dependency Rate In Workers’ Compensation Matters," Defense Digest, 2008-12, Vol. 14, No. 4
"Applying the Increased Dependency Rate," New Jersey Law Journal, 2008-01-07
"The Pending Issue of How To Address the Increased Dependency Rate," Defense Digest, 2007-09, Vol. 13, No. 3
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Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Workers' Compensation Law Attorney, 2017