The Main Causes of Rollover Auto Accidents and How to Avoid Them

Mar 02, 2021
Any auto accident has the potential to forever change the lives of those involved. However, New Jersey rollover accidents present even greater risks. Often, rollover accidents occur at high speeds and result in serious injuries. However, like all auto vehicle accidents, the vast majority of rollover accidents are preventable. According...

What Are Common Causes of Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)?

Feb 18, 2021
According to the National Safety Council (NSC), one-third of all job-related injuries result from overexertion. This includes repetitive strain. Repetitive strain injuries (RSI) can be painful and debilitating, and they can also be extremely costly when they prevent you from doing your job. For employees who suffer repetitive strain injuries...

Does Workers Compensation Cover Death Benefits?

Feb 08, 2021
Losing a loved one as a result of a job-related injury or illness is a tragedy that no family should be forced to endure. Yet, sadly, work-related deaths in New Jersey are all-too-common, and many spouses, children, and other family members are forced to seek financial compensation for their loved...

How to Reopen a Workers’ Compensation Claim

Jan 19, 2021
Once your workers’ compensation claim is closed, you may think that you cannot reopen it and seek further compensation – but that is wrong. You do have the right to reopen your claim, but there is a time limit. Therefore, the best thing you can do is contact a workers’...

What to Do When a Third Party Caused My Work Accident

Jan 13, 2021
Work-related accidents are common, and in many cases, they result from the acts and omissions of third parties. From building owners to subcontractors, various third parties can cause accidents on the job. When they do, third parties can be held legally accountable. When you are injured at work due to...

How to Identify a Torn Rotator Cuff

Jan 05, 2021
Torn rotator cuffs are common work injuries that can result from WEAR and TEAR. The rotator cuff is made up of four muscles connected by tendons to the humerus bone in the shoulder; and, with repetitive stress over time, these muscles and tendons can become worn – eventually to the...

What to Do If My Workers’ Compensation Claim Is Denied

Dec 30, 2020
In New Jersey, most employers are required to provide workers’ compensation coverage for most job-related injuries and illnesses. If you get injured or sick on the job and you are eligible for coverage, then your employer should provide medical and disability benefits promptly. Unfortunately, this is not always how it...

WEAR and TEAR: Can Prolonged Sitting Cause a Herniated Disc?

Dec 02, 2020
If you sit for extended periods of time at work, there is a very good chance that you are among the millions of Americans who experience lower back pain on a daily basis. Lower back pain can be caused by a number of different conditions, including a herniated disc. A...