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Home health aides perform a vital service for individuals who are unable to care for themselves. These health workers provide the assistance that elderly or disabled people need to stay in their own homes safely. But what about the home health aide’s safety? In some cases, home health aides put their own safety on the line to protect others’ families. When they themselves are hurt on the job, they have the right to fair compensation.
At Team Law, our top-rated lawyers help home health aides get fair Workers’ Compensation benefits when they are injured on the job. For more than 60 years, our team has advocated for accident victims’ rights across New Jersey.
Our trusted Workers’ Compensation lawyers are here to help with the initial Workers’ Compensation claim and any roadblocks that you might face along the way. If you are a home health aide who was injured on the job in New Jersey, call to speak with us today. Your first consultation is always free, so there is no risk in getting our opinion.
Home health aides must face a variety of on-the-job hazards. Some of these are common to almost any job, while others are specific to the unique service the home health aide performs. For example, home health aides may be injured at work in any of the following ways:
Providing care to someone else presents many challenges. Home health work can take an emotional toll on anyone. When you are physically injured on the job and are unable to work, you have the right to be compensated for your injuries. Our legal team at Team Law is ready to ensure that your rights under New Jersey Workers’ Compensation laws are protected.
All employees in New Jersey are eligible for Workers’ Compensation benefits. This is true regardless of who caused the work accident and how the work accident occurred. New Jersey Workers’ Compensation covers:
Getting legal help in these situations can be key to protecting your rights under New Jersey Workers’ Compensation law. The Workers’ Compensation board may initially be inclined to deny your application for benefits based on an assumption that your injury was not sustained “at work”. In many cases, we can challenge an initial denial of benefits so that you can get the financial help you need.
If you are a home health aide who was injured on the job, Team Law is here to fight to protect your rights. Call us today to schedule a free case review to discuss any issues you have had with claiming Workers’ Compensation benefits.
If you are a home health aide who was injured on the job, you do not have to handle your claim alone. At Team Law, we know that you may be faced with unpaid medical bills and loss of wages—and Workers’ Compensation can be anything but simple.
To speak with an experienced lawyer, call us today for a free case review. We will sit down, talk about what happened and discuss potential strategies for getting fair compensation in your case. You can also fill out this online contact form and we will get back to you.
You might. Although New Jersey Workers’ Compensation only provides benefits for employees, many home caregivers are classified improperly and your agency may have classified you as an independent contractor to save on taxes or employment benefits.
In certain circumstances, we can also help you pursue a claim for personal injury based on the usual personal injury laws. In these cases, our lawyers can begin a claim with the homeowner’s insurance policy for compensation.
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