Workers’ compensation is a no-fault insurance system that pays for your medical treatment and provides partial lost wages after you have been injured in a work-related accident. In return, employees are prohibited from suing their employer.
However,… Read More
Slip and fall accidents are common in the workplace and can lead to serious injuries that could leave you with mounting medical bills and having to miss time from work.
If you were injured in an on-the-job slip and fall accident, hiring an experienced… Read More
In New Jersey, workers’ compensation provides medical care, disability payments and partial lost wages to employees who suffer a work-related injury or illness.
Most New Jersey workers are covered by workers’ compensation, although the benefits might… Read More
In New Jersey, when a worker is injured on the job or contracts an illness or medical condition due to their employment, they may be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. Depending on the specific scenario, different types of benefits are available.
The… Read More
Construction sites can be hectic environments. The many contractors and other parties often involved in bringing a project to completion can create hazards at every corner.
Because of this, if you are injured while working on a construction site, it… Read More
If you are a New Jersey worker who has been injured on the job or who has fallen ill due to job-related conditions, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. Here you will find important information about the timelines for filing a claim.
If… Read More
Construction jobs are one of the most common locations for worker injuries. Because they are often inherently dangerous, the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) oversees efforts to reduce injuries on construction sites, among… Read More
Each October, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) releases a preliminary list of the 10 most frequently cited workplace safety violations for the current year.
Over the years, the list has changed very little. OSHA notes that nearly… Read More