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Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Linden, NJ | Union County | Work Injury Attorney

Team Law Attorneys Fight for Your Right to NJ Workers’ Compensation Benefits

While the number of employees who had to take time off work after getting injured on the job dropped last year, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of people who get hurt badly enough to qualify for Workers’ Compensation benefits is alarmingly high. Injuries cross all sector boundaries, although some types of work are obviously more dangerous than others.

If you or someone you love has been injured on the job, you are legally entitled to file for Workers’ Compensation benefits. Regardless of who was at fault for your injury, your workers’ comp benefits can cover the cost of your medical treatment and provide you with replacement pay while you are out of work recovering and under a doctor’s care. If your family member was killed in a workplace accident, you may be entitled to death benefits.

The NJ Workers’ Compensation System is complex. Speak to a knowledgeable attorney at Team Law who will stand up to and deal with insurance companies on your behalf and make sure you get all the benefits you are entitled to receive. We represent clients throughout New Jersey, including Summit, Westfield, and Jersey City.

Which Occupations Have the Highest Workplace Injury Rates?

The median rate of injury, across all occupations, has hovered around 100 injuries per 10,000 workers in the United States for several years. However, the US Department of Labor reports seven occupations had rates greater than 375 cases per 10,000 full-time workers. These business sectors include:

What are the Most Common Types of Workplace Injuries?

Every type of job has its pros and cons; some pay better, some are more interesting than others. All job sectors come with an inherent risk of injury for workers. Simply put: accidents happen. Of course, any workplace injury, regardless of what type of work you do, makes you eligible to receive workmans compensation benefits in New Jersey. Here are some common injuries categorized by profession:

Office Workers:

Construction Workers:

Law Enforcement

Healthcare Professions

If You Have Been Injured on the Job, Talk to a Workers’ Comp Lawyer for Free About Your NJ Workers’ Compensation Case

New Jersey law requires your employer to carry Workers’ Comp insurance on your behalf just in you get injured on the job. However, the law doesn’t dictate the quality of medical care you will receive, nor does it guarantee to you smooth sailing with the insurance company. In fact, historically, Workers’ Comp insurance companies want to pay you the least they can and get you back on the job as soon as possible.

Call Team Law today for a free consultation about your Workers’ Compensation case. Also, you can talk to one of our experienced attorneys about the possibility of a third party claim if someone other than your employer is to blame for your injuries. Or, fill out our convenient online contact form to schedule an appointment at our Clark, Linden, Newark, or Orange offices. We will listen to your situation and determine the best strategy for helping you obtain the maximum compensation for your injury.

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