How Do You Prove Liability in a Slip and Fall Case?

Sep 04, 2020
When you get injured on someone else’s property, proving liability is one of the keys to recovering just compensation. So, how do you do it? What Does It Mean to “Prove Liability”? We will start by explaining exactly what it means to “prove liability.” In New Jersey, slip and fall...

How Do You Prove When You Suffered a WEAR and TEAR Injury?

Sep 01, 2020
WEAR and TEAR injuries caused by repetitive strain at work can be debilitating and costly, especially if they keep you from working.  Fortunately, these injuries are covered by workers’ compensation in New Jersey. However, receiving benefits for a WEAR and TEAR injury can be challenging. One of the biggest challenges...

Five Mistakes to Avoid after Being Injured in a Car Accident in New Jersey

Aug 25, 2020
If you were recently injured in a car accident, mistakes such as ignoring your doctor’s medical advice and trying to handle your insurance claim without legal representation can prevent you from recovering full financial compensation for your injury-related losses. You were injured in a car accident. You want to make...

Can I Be Terminated While Out on Workers’ Compensation?

Aug 18, 2020
If you are currently out of work due to a job-related injury, your employer cannot legally terminate your employment based on your decision to file for workers’ compensation. You can be terminated for other reasons, but your employer must be able to provide a valid explanation. According to data from...

Why Am I Being Accused of Workers’ Compensation Fraud?

Aug 13, 2020
Workers’ compensation fraud is grounds for employers and insurance companies to deny employees’ claims for benefits. It is also a fourth-degree crime under New Jersey law. Unfortunately, while some employees will attempt to fraudulently obtain benefits, false and unsubstantiated allegations of fraud are often used as tactics to avoid paying...

How Much Can You Recover for a Slip and Fall Accident in New Jersey?

Aug 04, 2020
A slip-and-fall accident can cause severe injuries that can limit your ability to work, enjoy life, and spend meaningful time with your family. Traumatic injuries from a fall can also be exorbitantly expensive, with medical bills, rehabilitation expenses, and prescription costs easily exceeding what most people can afford to pay....