What Are Your Options When Your Employer Refuses to Notify the Work Comp Insurance Provider?
You’ve been hurt on the job in New Jersey. You’ve notified your employer in a timely manner and even sought medical attention. Your employer, though, r… [Read more…]
Are You Still Eligible for Workers’ Compensation Benefits?
The modern workplace can be a dangerous place. Often, you can follow all the safety rules and use appropriate caution, but still suffer a debilitating injury. Sometimes, though, in a mo… [Read more…]
What You Need to Show to Recover Compensation for a Workplace Injury
As a general rule, when you have suffered an injury and want to pursue compensation for your losses, you need to establish that another person or entity “caused” the accid… [Read more…]
Mistakes You Can Make that Can Jeopardize Your Workers’ Compensation Claim
When you’ve been injured on the job in New Jersey, you can typically file a workers’ compensation claim. You don’t need to show that your employer was careless o… [Read more…]
What Is the Standard of Care in Snowy or Icy Weather?
It looks like it could be a long winter in New Jersey. It’s just the beginning of November and there’s already been snow on the ground. In New Jersey and across the northeast, that mean… [Read more…]
Recovering Damages for Mental Anguish Due to Someone Else’s Wrongful Act
If you have been injured because of someone else’s intentional, reckless or negligent conduct, you know that some of the most debilitating injuries can be the ones tha… [Read more…]
Does a Person under the Age of 18 Have a Legal Right to Sue?
Under many aspects of the law, the rights of minors are somewhat limited. For example, a person under the age of 18 in New Jersey may not be legally bound by a contract. How does tha… [Read more…]
What Happens When You Try to Comply with the Statute of Limitations, But Fail?
We’ve taken a closer look at the statute of limitations in a number of earlier blogs. The statute of limitations establishes the amount of time you have to file a le… [Read more…]
Do You Still Have to File Your Lawsuit Within Two Years of the Date of the Accident?
When you’ve been hurt in any kind of accident, some injuries are obvious, but some can also take a while to develop. You may feel fine for days, weeks or eve… [Read more…]
Do You Have to Take Reasonable Steps to Reduce Injury and/or Loss Stemming from a Personal Injury?
You’ve been hurt in a motor vehicle accident or a slip and fall. You’ve sought medical treatment and your doctor recommends a surgical procedure,… [Read more…]