Hearing Loss and Workers’ Compensation – Do I Have a Claim?

When an injury results from a sudden accident in the workplace, it is relatively obvious that the injury was job-related and that you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. However, with other types of injuries, it may be more challenging to receive benefits for your medical care, income replacement, and/or disability. One such complicated job-related […]

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Do Injured Workers Have to Establish Fault to Obtain Benefits?

After the initial shock of a workplace accident wears off, many victims start to wonder how their injuries will affect them financially. These concerns are often justified because if you are seriously injured in a work-related incident, you may incur significant medical expenses and even be unable to return work for an extended period of […]

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Protect Your Medicare Benefits During Your NJ Workers’ Comp Claim Process!

The rules for Medicare are complicated. And the rules for Medicare set-aside benefits in workers’ compensation cases, if not followed correctly, can even cause you to have your Medicare benefits temporarily frozen. How could that happen? It has happened to some injured workers, even those represented by well-meaning attorneys. Let’s look at why. Set Asides […]

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NJ Workers’ Comp: What Kind of Benefits Can I Get?

In the state of New Jersey, workers’ compensation courts have a set of complicated rules that determine exactly which types of benefits you can claim if you get hurt on the job. We’re going to give you a general idea of what each type is about, and how it’s determined whether a worker is eligible […]

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The Long-Term Effects of a Serious Workplace Traumatic Brain Injury

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a serious injury that is commonly sustained in workplace accidents. A TBI can occur anytime the brain hits the inside of the skull, causing damage to the delicate brain tissue and disrupting the normal functioning of the brain. Such damage can occur from a direct blow to the head […]

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How Do You Know if You Have a “Third Party Claim”?

Third party claims are common, but most people are unaware that they have such a claim until they talk to an attorney. To illustrate, a heavy equipment operator who belonged to the operating engineer’s union in New Jersey was our client. He came to us because he was unable to do his job at all, […]

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Workers’ Compensation: Is it Always the Only Option After a Workplace Accident?

Workers’ compensation insurance exists to provide benefits to employees who are injured on the job. Such benefits can cover medical expenses, lost income, and compensation for long-term disabilities. While workers’ compensation can provide valuable assistance following a workplace accident, it is common to wonder whether you have any additional options for financial relief. An experienced […]

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When Insurers Interfere With the Medical Care You Need From Your Claim

Some of our workers’ compensation cases come to us reluctantly because they like their employers and fear causing trouble for them. During a free consultation with us, a special education teacher who had been assaulted by a student was reluctant to challenge the insurance company’s insurance adjuster about her claim, although she was still missing […]

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What can You Do if Your Workers’ Compensation Claim is Denied?

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) indicates that there were nearly three million people injured in workplace accidents during 2014. In order to ensure that people who sustain on-the-job injuries receive medical treatment and have their basic financial needs met, New Jersey has adopted a workers’ compensation program that provides workers with benefits on a […]

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