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Injured at Work? Let Our Camden County Work Injury Attorneys Help You Get the Compensation You Deserve

While working in a job can give you the income you need to provide for yourself and your loved ones, your ability to earn a living may end up significantly impacted by a serious work injury. Even though workers’ compensation in New Jersey is intended to provide employees injured on the job with medical benefits and help with living expenses, many workers often face obstacles getting the benefits they are entitled to under the law from their employers or their employers’ workers’ compensation insurers. Unfortunately, employers and insurers often fight hard to avoid paying out benefits for a work injury. At Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC, our attorneys have worked tirelessly to defend the rights and interests of injury victims for more than 35 years. Let our dedicated Camden County work injury lawyers deal with pursuing the benefits and compensation you deserve, so that you can keep your energy and focus on your treatment and recovery. 

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You can trust that our legal team will use our extensive knowledge and resources to pursue every available avenue for compensation in your case so that you receive the maximum compensation possible.

Contact us for a free case evaluation to discuss your claim with our work injury lawyers and learn more about the compensation and benefits you may be entitled to.

What Benefits Are Available under Workers’ Compensation in Camden County, NJ

An employee who suffers a work injury in Camden County can normally file a claim for workers’ compensation benefits with their employer. Workers’ compensation is usually an injured workers’ sole path to obtaining compensation from their employer for a work injury — you typically are precluded from filing a personal injury lawsuit against your employer. 

New Jersey workers’ compensation benefits can include:

Although the law provides workers’ compensation benefits to any employee who suffers a work injury, in practice many workers’ compensation insurance companies try to avoid liability for having to pay out benefits, including denying an injury as work-related, declining to provide certain benefits, or cutting off workers’ comp before you have fully healed. That’s why you need experienced Camden County work injury lawyers on your side fighting to make sure that you receive all the benefits you may be legally entitled to.

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Pursuing a Third-Party Claim for a Camden County Work Injury

While you you can receive workers’ compensation for any work injury, if your injury was caused by the negligence or legal fault of a third party outside of your work — for example, a negligent motorist, or the manufacturer of a defective piece of equipment you used in your job — you may be entitled to assert a third-party injury claim in addition to your claim for workers’ comp. A third-party injury claim may allow you to recover compensation for:

Recovering compensation and benefits from both workers’ comp and a third-party injury claim following a work injury can be complicated. Let our experienced work injury lawyers ensure you receive the full amount of compensation you are entitled to.

The Camden County Work Injury Lawyers at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC Work Hard to Help Clients Recover Following a Work Injury

Every worker faces the possibility of suffering an injury on the job. We have extensive experience representing clients injured in a wide variety of roles and industries, including:

If you are having trouble getting your workers’ compensation claim accepted by your employer, or if you believe your work injury may have been caused by a third party, turn to our Camden County work injury lawyers for help in understanding the workers’ compensation process and your rights and options for benefits, thorough investigation of your work injury to determine whether third parties may have been responsible, and aggressive pursue of fair and full compensation on your behalf.

Contact Our Firm for a Free, No-Obligation Consultation with One of Our Knowledgeable Camden County Work Injury Lawyers

Call or contact Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan today for a free initial case review to discuss the details of your work injury with a member of our legal team to learn more about your legal rights and options for pursuing financial compensation you deserve and need for your recovery from your work injury.

About Camden County, NJ

Camden County is located in southwestern New Jersey, part of the Delaware Valley metropolitan area, and adjacent to Philadelphia across the border in Pennsylvania. Camden County was established in 1844 from portions of Gloucester County. Today, Camden County is home to numerous college and university campuses, including the Camden campus of Rutgers Law School, Rutgers’ dental school and school of public health, and the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine (South Jersey’s first four-year medical school) and Cooper Medical School of Rowan University.

Frequently Asked Questions about Work Injuries in Camden County

FAQ: If I work two jobs, can I get workers’ comp benefits for both jobs?

When you suffer a work injury, workers’ compensation benefits are paid by the employer of the job where you were injured. However, if you work a second job and your work injury prevents you from working that job, you may be entitled to claim disability benefits for that second job from the employer liable for your work injury.

FAQ: My employer and its workers’ compensation insurer offered me a settlement. Should I take it?

You should never accept a workers’ compensation settlement without first talking with a work injury lawyer. Insurance companies are always looking for ways to limit their liability to you, so the first settlement offer rarely represents fair or full compensation. You should almost always wait until your work injury resolves so that you know whether you may be left with any disabilities and whether you can return to work or earn a living.




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