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New Jersey Landscape Worker Work Injury Lawyers

Compassionate Attorneys Represent Landscaping Employees Injured on the Job in Union County

Landscape workers often work in difficult or hazardous conditions. These workers are usually required to work outside all day in all sorts of weather conditions. Landscape workers also typically use tools and motorized equipment in their work. As a result, landscape workers can face significant risks of suffering a work injury. The experienced New Jersey landscape worker work injury lawyers at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC represent injured workers throughout New Jersey and are dedicated to pursuing legal action to ensure they receive maximum compensation and benefits for their injuries.

If you are a worker employed by a landscaping company who has suffered a work injury in New Jersey, you may be entitled to pursue benefits and compensation to help you recover from your injury and get back to regular life. The laws in New Jersey may make multiple legal options available to you. However, securing financial compensation after a work injury as a landscape worker is often a complex and time-consuming process. After you’ve had a work injury, let the attorneys of Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC handle the difficult work of getting you the benefits and compensation you deserve. For more than 35 years, our experienced attorneys have fought for the rights and interests of injured workers in Union County and New Jersey. We believe that you deserve a lawyer and law firm that you trust to get you the best possible results in your landscape worker work injury claim, and we work hard to be that firm for you.

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Contact us today for an initial case evaluation with one of our New Jersey work injury lawyers to learn more about your legal rights and options after suffering injury on the job as a landscape worker. 

Injuries Commonly Suffered by Landscape Workers in New Jersey

Landscaping work poses multiple risks of injury for landscape workers, including:

Landscape work requires a great deal of physical labor outdoors, creating a significant risk 

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The Experienced New Jersey Landscape Worker Work Injury Lawyers at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC Can Help You Pursue Your Legal Options Following a Work Injury

When you’ve suffered injury while working as a landscaper, you almost certainly need financial compensation to help pay for your medical treatment and to help cover your living expenses if you miss time from work. Fortunately, the law offers options for injured workers to recover compensation after a work injury. These options may include:

Our New Jersey landscape worker work injury lawyers can help you navigate the complexities of pursuing your available legal options to ensure you receive maximum compensation and benefits for your injuries.

Are You an Injured Landscape Worker? Contact Our Firm for a Free Case Review with Our New Jersey Landscape Worker Work Injury Lawyers

If you’ve suffered a work injury in your landscaping job, contact Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC today for a free consultation to speak to one of our knowledgeable New Jersey landscape worker work injury lawyers about your case and to learn more about how our firm can help you recover the benefits and compensation you deserve. You only have limited time to secure full benefits, so don’t wait another day to begin the process of pursuing your claim. 

Frequently Asked Questions about Work Injuries for Landscape Workers 

FAQ: Can I still recover workers’ compensation benefits if I only work part-time or seasonally for a landscaping company?

Yes. In New Jersey, workers’ compensation benefits are available to any person who performs work for wages or compensation. Even part-time or seasonal workers are eligible for workers’ compensation benefits.

FAQ: Can I file both a workers’ compensation claim and a personal injury lawsuit?

While New Jersey workers’ compensation laws generally do not permit you to bring a personal injury lawsuit against your employer for a work injury, when your injury may have been caused by a third party’s actions or omissions, you may be entitled to bring a personal injury claim against that third party, in addition to seeking traditional workers’ compensation benefits from your employer. However, if you successfully recover compensation in a personal injury claim, your employer might be entitled to reimbursement of the workers’ comp benefits it has paid to you.

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