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The Costs of a Workers’ Compensation Case

By Albert Talone | April 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

Quite often, expenses and costs are perceived as a barrier to legal representation and recovery. Admittedly, it is true that participation in the modern day legal system can be costly. However, when it comes to workers’ compensation in New Jersey, the law provides mechanisms that try to ensure an injured employee can afford the costs…

How Mental Factors Affect Workers’ Compensation in New Jersey

By Albert Talone | April 8, 2017 | 0 Comments

While certain jobs and job-related activities have inherent risks, a number of workplace injuries happen when employees do not or cannot follow workplace safety policies and procedures. Often, these accidents happen when there is improper training of an employee for his or her role or when mental factors prevent an employee from operating at 100%…

What Does It Mean to Be in the “Course of Employment?”

By AJ Talone | March 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

In most instances, employees who are injured at work can feel confident that their injury falls within the scope of job-related activities or occurred within the course of employment. For instance, someone who pulls a back muscle lifting materials or falls from a ladder while counting inventory was obviously engaged in a job-related activity. Alternatively,…

How Does New Jersey Determine Temporary Disability Benefits under Workers’ Compensation?

By AJ Talone | March 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

First and foremost workers’ compensation in New Jersey covers the medical expenses related to a work injury. This includes hospital visits and rehabilitation, if needed. However, an injured employee may not be able to return to work right away. After a serious incident, the injured employee could be medically or physically restricted from working for…

The Role of Insurance Companies in Workers’ Compensation

By AJ Talone | March 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

New Jersey law specifically requires that businesses carry workers compensation insurance. In addition to being required by law, a number of contractors, clients, customers, and partners will require a business to show proof of workers’ compensation before entering a contract or building a relationship. However, from an employee’s perspective the role of an insurance provider…

What Laws Protect Me from Retaliation by Employer after Workers’ Compensation Claim?

By AJ Talone | March 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

It is the legal right of an individual who is injured at the workplace to file a workers’ compensation claim and receive workers’ compensation benefits. This is regardless of the profession, core business, type of injury, or mechanism of injury. In New Jersey, as in other states, there are limits on the timeframe, requirements for…

What to do if Your Workers’ Compensation Is Denied or Delayed?

By AJ Talone | February 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

The State of New Jersey provides robust protections for employees who are injured at the workplace. The state provides for medical, temporary and permanent disability, and death benefits that can help an employee or employee’s family stay financially stable after an accident or injury at work. However, not all employees receive the same support and…

The Most Common Injuries in Worker’s Compensation Claims

By AJ Talone | February 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

Often, an injury at work is unexpected. Even in jobs and industries where manual labor is common or risky situations arise, employers typically have processes in place to prevent employees from hurting themselves or others. However, every day accidents do occur on job sites and in the workplace. As it turns out, certain injuries are…

What to Do if You Hurt Your Back at Work in New Jersey?

By AJ Talone | February 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

If you injure your back while on the job there are a number of practical and legal steps that are required down the road. Eventually, a workers’ compensation claim will need to be filed with the Division of Workers’ Compensation in New Jersey. However, at the onset there are two immediate concerns for an injured…

South Jersey Law Firm Discusses the Three Basic Worker’s Compensation Rights

By AJ Talone | November 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

Lawyer Albert J. Talone Explains Worker’s Compensation Benefits What rights does an employee have when injured at work? Albert J. Talone, NJ workers compensation lawyer, outlines three basic rights for New Jersey employees. Under the New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Act an employee is required to report any work related injury within 90 days of the…

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