New Jersey Workers Compensation Fee Schedules by Injury Type

New Jersey has enacted certain laws and regulations to protect employees who are injured on the job. Employers purchase workers’ compensation insurance policy (or are self-insured). As a worker, you may be entitled to receive such benefits through this policy if you suffer an on-the-job injury while performing your duties.

New Jersey worker’s compensation is considered an “exclusive remedy” system. This means that employees cannot sue their employer for negligence resulting from a workplace accident. However, in some cases, an employee may file a personal injury claim or lawsuit if the accident was caused by a non-employer. This claim against the non-employer party is called a “third-party liability lawsuit.”

Workers Compensation Benefits

As an injured employee you may be entitled to different types of workers compensation benefits. It is important to remember that negligence of your employer or your own is not a factor in determining whether you can obtain workers compensation benefits.

The types of benefits you can get through workers compensation depends on the extent of your injuries and disabilities. New Jersey law sets the amount of benefits you are entitled to.

Workers Compensation Fee Schedules

Please click on your corresponding injury below to see the fee schedule associated with your New Jersey workers compensation injury.

  • Hearing Related Injuries
  • Leg Related Injuries
  • Hand Related Injuries
  • Foot Related Injuries
  • Finger Related Injuries
  • Eye Related Injuries
  • Toe Related Injuries
  • Arm Related Injuries

Call a New Jersey Workers Compensation Accident Attorney

If you or someone you know has suffered any type of injury in a work-related accident or an accident caused by the reckless or negligent actions of another party, an experienced New Jersey accident injury attorney can help. Call Beninato & Matrafajlo Attorneys at Law, LLC at 908.325.3032 to schedule a free, complimentary consultation with our legal team today.