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  • Court Explains Odd-Lot Doctrine in New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Claims

    March 31, 2022

    Under the New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Law, an employee that is totally disabled due to a work-related injury is owed greater wage benefits than an employee that is partially disabled. While typically a total disability will arise out of a physical or psychological injury, in some cases, other factors may be considered in determining whether […]

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  • Court Discusses Eligibility for New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Benefits

    March 31, 2022

    In New Jersey, a person who suffers injuries while working may be eligible to recover workers’ compensation benefits but only if he or she meets the requirements set forth under New Jersey’s Workers’ Compensation Law (the Law). Specifically, in order to recover benefits a person must demonstrate not only that he or she suffered an […]

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  • New Jersey Court Explains Requirements for Modifying a Workers’ Compensation Award

    March 31, 2022

    In many instances, even if an injured employee is awarded workers’ compensation benefits, the award may be inadequate to cover the employee’s income loss or the cost of medical treatment. Thus, the New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Law allows employees to seek modifications of benefits awards under certain circumstances. There are time limitations as to when […]

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  • New Jersey Court Discusses Elements of a Third-Party Claim for Work Related Injuries

    March 31, 2022

    Typically, when an employee in New Jersey suffers an injury in the workplace, New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Law provides the exclusive remedy for the employee to pursue compensation from the employer. In many instances, however, an injured employee may be able to pursue claims against other people or entities that caused the employee’s injuries. The […]

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  • Court Discusses Reconstruction of Wages in Workers’ Compensation Cases

    March 31, 2022

    Employees who suffer injuries at work are often unable to work due to their injuries. Thus, in addition to recovering medical treatment benefits, many injured employees are able to recover workers’ compensation benefits for lost wages. In some cases, however, a compensation judge will incorrectly calculate the wage benefits an employee should be awarded. Thus, […]

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  • Court Discusses Elements of a New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Retaliation Claim

    March 31, 2022

    When a New Jersey employee suffers an injury at work, he or she will often be entitled to recover workers’ compensation benefits. In some instances, however, an employer may terminate an injured employee in an attempt to avoid paying the employee benefits. Employees who are fired following an injury may be able to pursue retaliation […]

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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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