Work Injury

03
MAR
2017
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Are Invisible Injuries Actually a Myth in Work Accidents?

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No doubt you already know this. Invisible injuries are a reality. They may not show up on x-rays or MRIs. However, there is no question that someone can be hurt at work and not show noticeable signs of harm. The most visible injuries include those that require casts for broken...
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23
MAY
2016
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What Happens When Other People Cause Your Work Injuries?

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Who caused your work injuries?  We guarantee you that this is something that the workers’ compensation company will be looking at when they evaluate your case.  They have some very important reasons for doing so.  As personal injury lawyers, it’s crucial that we know as well...
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18
APR
2016
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What You Need to Know if an Accident Causes Blindness

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Ramon was a hard worker and did maintenance for a local luxury apartment building. He ventured into the stairwell and started wiping down the walls. Unfortunately, Ramon slipped on a wet substance. It threw him down the cement stairs and into the cinder block wall. The accident...
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23
MAR
2016
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Casual Workers not entitled to Workers’ Comp Benefits

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Talk to most hard workers and they will tell you that there is absolutely nothing casual about the tediousness aspects of their tasks. Why therefore are casual workers not entitled to workers’ comp benefits? Do you even know what the term means as far as the law? Is the concept...
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22
FEB
2016
Construction accident

Rate Changes for 2016 Work Accidents

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Did you know?  If you are injured at work, your reimbursement for lost wages is determined by the year of the accident’s occurrence.  Rate changes for 2016 work accidents were announced at the end of last year.  Any worker who sustained work-related injuries after January 1 will...
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21
OCT
2015
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Amputations: Extra Money for Work Injuries

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All types of work-related injuries can be significant.  Many are even permanent in nature and character.  What about amputations?  Did you know there is extra money designated for work injuries that involve amputation? What is an Amputation? Although the definition of an...
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24
OCT
2014
Construction accident

What happens when someone is injured at work?

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Any accident can have devastating consequences. However, when someone is injured at work, it is important to understand some basic principles. New Jersey has specific guidelines regarding workers’ compensation and it is essential to know the rules Authorized medical care First,...
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20
MAY
2013
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How to Report Work Related Injuries in New Jersey

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One of the most important things you need to do if you have suffered a workplace injury in New Jersey is to immediately notify your employer. Although this may seem fairly obvious, workers’ compensation insurance carriers routinely deny claims because injured employees fail to...
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16
MAY
2013
Construction accident

Most Common Accidents In the Workplace

Workplace accidents are common regardless of the safety precautions your employer has taken or what type of environment you work in. The simple truth is that almost any job comes with risks for physical injury, even the most quiet office environments. But regardless of what type...
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15
MAY
2013
Construction accident

What To Do After You Have Sustained a Workplace Injury In New Jersey

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The steps you take after you have sustained a workplace injury can be a determining factor as to whether you will get the full workers’ compensation benefits you deserve. Your New Jersey workers compensation attorney will advise you as to what you need to do in order to avoid...
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