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  • Approach your claim as if you’ll need to appeal

    April 01, 2022

    Knowing that you have the opportunity to appeal a denied workers’ compensation claim is comforting to some individuals. But an appeal isn’t a second bite at the apple. In fact, on appeal your case is going to be analyzed based on the record created at the initial hearing, meaning that you’re not going to have […]

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  • Workers’ comp could apply to hurricane-related injuries

    April 01, 2022

    Hurricane season this year has been especially difficult for those around the Gulf Coast. However, for New Jersey, it has been largely quiet. But, workers should remember that their employers are responsible for hurricane preparedness, and they have recourse if they are injured as a result of their work during a hurricane. We all know that […]

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  • What are my options if my workers’ compensation claim is denied?

    April 01, 2022

    If you are injured at work, this can affect more than just your physical health — it could impact your financial well-being too, especially as medical bills mount and you are unable to work to earn a paycheck. For this reason, New Jersey law provides for workers’ compensation benefits to qualifying individuals to cover their […]

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  • How to obtain workers’ compensation if employer denies it

    April 01, 2022

    People work many different types of jobs in New Jersey. People may work in offices, in hospitals, construction, retail, hospitality, restaurants and many other types of jobs. These jobs have various types of physical demands and some have more inherent dangers than others. However, no matter what type of job people have they could suffer […]

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  • Construction accidents and the “Fatal Four”

    April 01, 2022

    Construction workers face many hazards when they perform their job duties, especially in certain trades. Heights, electrical hazards, slick surfaces, dangerous machinery and even weather-related problems are some of the risks that construction workers often encounter. Sadly, many construction workers pass away in on-the-job accidents and those who survive often have to deal with debilitating […]

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  • New Jersey’s “Uninsured Employers Fund”

    April 01, 2022

    According to the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development, all employers within the state must carry workers’ compensation if they hire or contract one or more individuals (excluding partners of an LLC or principal owner of a sole proprietorship) to perform work for the organization. The exception to this is if the employer […]

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  • New Jersey Court Discusses Third Party Claims for Work Injuries — New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Law News — August 21, 2020

    April 01, 2022

    An employee that suffers an injury at work generally has the right to receive workers’ compensation benefits. In many instances, though, the benefits awarded are insufficient to fully address the harm suffered by the employee. As such, in cases in which a third party contributed to the employee’s harm, he or she may also seek […]

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  • New Jersey Court Discusses Retaliation Claims in Workers’ Compensation Cases

    April 01, 2022

    Under New Jersey law, employers are required to provide employees that are injured at work with workers’ compensation benefits in most instances. Additionally, employers are prohibited from firing employees for filing workers’ compensation claims. Unfortunately, many employers choose not to abide by the law and will terminate employees for seeking benefits they are entitled to […]

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  • New Jersey Court Discusses Reimbursement of Workers’ Compensation Benefits

    April 01, 2022

    While the work-related nature of some harm is clear, in other instances, an employer may deny that an employee suffered an illness or injury due to work conditions. Thus, the matter of whether an employer owes an employee workers’ compensation benefits will have to be decided in court. Recently, a New Jersey court addressed an issue where […]

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  • Court Discusses Evidence Sufficient to Oppose a Workers’ Compensation Claim

    April 01, 2022

    In many instances in which an employee suffers an injury at work, the employer will argue that the harm was not work-related. Thus, the employee must file a petition seeking workers’ compensation benefits, and the court will weigh the evidence produced by each party to determine if the employee’s claim is valid. Only certain evidence […]

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If you have been injured in a workplace accident, you may have many questions about the financial benefits available to you under New Jersey’s workers’ compensation system. You should know that you only have a limited amount of time to report your work injury and make a claim for workers’ comp benefits. Therefore, it is important to have a New Jersey workers compensation attorney review your claim as soon as possible to see that you are being treated fairly and to ensure that you receive full compensation for your injuries. Please call 866-916-3549 or contact our office using our convenient online contact form to arrange a free consultation. Our injury attorneys do not charge a fee unless we make a recovery on your behalf.

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Our client, a nurse at a long-term care center, suffered a work-related herniated disk injury in her back. As a result of her preexisting medical condition and her herniated disk, the court found that the client was totally disabled and awarded the client lifetime weekly disability payments and medical coverage for life.

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