Shrewsbury Worker Compensation Lawyer

Injured on the job? You are entitled to compensation.

Have you been injured in a workplace accident? Are you suffering from a repetitive stress injury that stems from a former job? Under New Jersey workers’ compensation law, any injured worker is entitled to compensation. If your employer does not carry workers’ comp (which is a criminal offense), you are still entitled to benefits under the Uninsured Employers’ Fund (UEF), established through the New Jersey workers’ compensation law.

At the Law Office of John F. Marshall, in Shrewsbury, New Jersey, our worker compensation lawyers are committed to seeing that employees receive full compensation for workplace injuries.

You should not be reluctant to pursue a claim for any workplace injury-not because you are afraid your employer will retaliate by firing you, not because your current back strain stems from a former back injury, and not because you feel responsible for an accident. As your attorneys, it is our job to protect you and help you recover compensation.

Contact us at the Law Office of John F. Marshall to arrange a free consultation with a workers’ compensation lawyer. Find out if your workplace injury qualifies for benefits.

Workplace injuries covered by workers’ compensation:

Workers’ comp covers any type of employment-related injury. Common claims include those involving the following:

  • Repetitive stress injuries: back strain and lumbar/lower back injuries from lifting, standing, bending, and sitting; carpal tunnel, rotator cuff impingement syndrome
  • Occupational diseases: baker’s lung, asbestos exposure, cancer such as mesothelioma from toxic exposure, heart disease, and high blood pressure
  • Injuries resulting from work-related car accidents
  • Construction injuries: electrical injuries, crush injuries, and torn rotator cuff
  • Emergency responder injuries: shooting or assault injuries to police officers and corrections officers, and burn or inhalation injuries to firefighters.
  • Catastrophic injuries: traumatic brain injury (TBI) leading to permanent brain injury; back, neck, shoulder, and spinal cord injuries leading to paraplegia, quadriplegia, and other permanent disability; severe burn injuries causing permanent disfigurement
  • Amputation or loss of use of a hand, arm, finger, leg, foot, toe, and eyes or ears
  • Psychological injuries: posttraumatic stress syndrome (PTSD), anxiety, and depression

We also handle your claims involving aggravation/exacerbation injuries resulting from work-related injuries that compound a previous work-related injury or other preexisting conditions.

More information on compensation for injured workers

There are valuable benefits available under New Jersey workers’ compensation law and as well as other sources. It is important if you were injured on the job that you have an experienced workers’ comp lawyer to review your claim and to see that you are recovering maximum compensation. More information is provided on related topics:

Contact a worker compensation lawyer for a free consultation

At the Law Office of John F. Marshall, in Monmouth County, Middlesex County, Union County, Ocean County, New Jersey, our workers’ compensation law attorneys and staff are committed to helping injured workers receive fair compensation for stress injuries, disability, and on-the-job accidents. If you have suffered a workplace accident, it is important to have a lawyer to review your claim in order to make sure that you are being treated fairly. Please call 877-450-8301 or e-mail our office to arrange a free consultation.

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