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How to Report a Work Injury to Your Employer

The first step in obtaining workers’ compensation benefits for a work-related injury is to notify your employer of your injury. Under New Jersey’s workers’ compensation system, you are required to notify your employer of a work injury so that they or their workers’ compensation insurance carrier can file the appropriate paperwork with the state and evaluate the employee’s claim.  If…

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What Happens If You Are Injured at Your Seasonal Job?

Many workers in New Jersey take on seasonal jobs rather than working in a single job year-round. Common seasonal jobs in New Jersey include summer jobs with businesses on the Jersey Shore, and holiday season jobs working in hospitality or retail. But as a seasonal worker, you might wonder what your legal rights are if you are hurt on the…

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When Are Work Injuries Not Covered by Workers’ Compensation?

You may be surprised to learn that not every injury that occurs at work is covered by workers’ compensation. There are certain circumstances under which your employer is not obligated to pay you workers’ comp benefits for an injury you sustained at work or in the course of performing your job duties.  Pre-existing Medical Conditions You may not be entitled…

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What To Do if You Were Fired After Filing Workers’ Comp Claim

If you are injured on the job in New Jersey, the state’s workers’ compensation laws are designed to protect you by requiring your employer to provide certain benefits defined by law, regardless of whether or not your employer bears any fault for causing your injuries. Most importantly, you can have medical treatment for your injuries paid for by your employer,…

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Workers’ Memorial Day and Fatal Workplace Injuries

If you were injured at work, call the Clifton workers’ comp lawyers at Bramnick Law to file a workers’ compensation claim. While the end of May is the celebration of Memorial Day in the U.S., the end of April is recognized as Workers’ Memorial Day. The day represents an opportunity to recognize the dangers of occupational injuries and to educate…

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