Staph Infections/MRSA Worker’s Compensation
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Staph Infections/MRSA Worker’s Compensation

Staphylococcus aureus (staph) is a bacterial infection that mostly attacks the skin.  Two million Americans are infected every year, with around 90,000 people dying from the disease. Symptoms include an area of painful blisters, skin nodules, fever, and yellow pus discharge from the infected area. If left untreated by a doctor, the infection can enter...

Head Injuries and Concussions in the Workplace
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Head Injuries and Concussions in the Workplace

Head injuries are one of the most serious forms of injuries in the workplace. New Jersey Workers’ Compensation cases like this should not be taken lightly.  As we know, the brain is the control center for the body, so we cannot function or live without it.  It is composed of soft tissue and can be...

Amputation Injuries in the Work Place
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Amputation Injuries in the Work Place

There are hundreds of different types of amputations that can occur when you are severely injured in a work-related accident. One that comes to mind immediately would be a construction worker cutting off his fingers or hand at the wrist when carelessly cutting a two by four. Another would be a tree surgeon climbing a...

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Don’t Be Afraid to File a Civil Worker’s Comp Case

Thousands of people each year are injured on the job. Thousands of employers each year neglect the injured person’s medical recovery expense. If you have been injured at work, and your employer did not cover for your medical expense, you have an excellent civil case to retaliate.  (*Note:  This does not imply to individual contractors)....

Types of Burn Injuries in the Work Place – New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Attorney on Your Side
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Types of Burn Injuries in the Work Place – New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Attorney on Your Side

According to OSHA, The Occupational Safety Health Administration, over 5000 persons every year are admitted to the hospital with work-related burn injuries. Workplace burns can range from the minor, burning your hand on a hot plate in a restaurant, to partial electrocuting oneself. No matter the degree or severity or your work-related burn injury, The...

Repetitive Stress Injuries in the Workplace – Understanding New Jersey Occupational Claims for Workers’ Compensation
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Repetitive Stress Injuries in the Workplace – Understanding New Jersey Occupational Claims for Workers’ Compensation

Repetitive Stress injuries are becoming increasingly common in the workplace and are a major source of New Jersey Workers’ Compensation claims. We are experienced workers’ compensation lawyers and are knowledgeable in all types of repetitive stress injuries. Computer use, bar code scanners checkout clerks, and fixed position work activities are three of the most common...

Lower Back Injuries in the Workplace
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Lower Back Injuries in the Workplace

Lower back injuries can be the be the result of any number of work-related activities. Bending over to pick up a heavy object, shoveling or sweeping materials, or hopping in and out of a work vehicle from an elevated cab to name just a few. Of all the work-related injuries that result in workers’ compensation...

Experienced New Jersey Workers Compensation Attorneys Can Help – Short Answers to Big Questions on Your Case!
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Experienced New Jersey Workers Compensation Attorneys Can Help – Short Answers to Big Questions on Your Case!

You need an New Jersey Workers Comp lawyer because the insurance company involved is interested in resolving your claim as cheaply as possible and is not concerned about your best interests. Without an aggressive attorney you are likely to not get benefits or get less than you actually deserve. Don’t be afraid to call us at...

Are New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Settlements Taxable?
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Are New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Settlements Taxable?

People always ask if their workers’ compensation payments are taxable. Its a great question as you know that old joke that the only things that are certain are death and taxes. Fortunately, we’ve got good news for you! According to the IRS website, ” Amounts you receive as workers’ compensation for an occupational sickness or...

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