What if Benefits are Denied When I File a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

July 19, 2019

Serving Workers Compensation cases in Pennington, Lawrence and East Windsor The workers’ compensation attorneys at Kamensky Cohen & Riechelson can help you pursue the right compensation for your work-related injuries. We handle all workers’ compensation cases on a contingency fee basis, so we only get paid after you get paid. Call us anytime to discuss

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We Cover Every Workers’ Compensation Court in the State of New Jersey

July 15, 2019

Serving the Workforce in Trenton, Pennington, Ewing, and across Mercer County. Our experience in Workers Compensation court in each County I practice worker´s compensation in every worker´s compensation court in the state of New Jersey. Each county has its own worker´s compensation court, and I have appeared in every worker´s compensation court in the state

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Helping Your Lawyer Win your NJ Personal Injury Case

July 7, 2019

Representing Injured Clients in Trenton, Princeton, Lawrence, Hamilton, and across Mercer County and Central New Jersey Following up on our article last week, wherein we discussed 8 tips for dealing with an accident and protecting your ability to pursue compensation through a personal injury claim, today we will discuss what kind of information you can

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8 Tips for Dealing with an Accident Injury

July 1, 2019

Serving Personal Injury and Worker’s Compensation Clients across New Jersey and Pennsylvania with offices in Trenton, Bensalem, and Philadelphia Being involved in any kind of accident, whether it be a construction accident, auto accident, motorcycle accident, slip and fall, or any other kind of accident, can be a traumatic experience. When that accident results in

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Lawsuits Against Drunk Drivers

June 28, 2019

In New Jersey, a driver who is found to have a blood alcohol content (BAC) higher than .08% can face a driving under the influence charge. This charge is prosecuted at the municipal court level and is considered to be a traffic violation and not a criminal charge. However, if a drunk driver causes injury

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Mercer County Attorneys Discuss Child Playground Injuries

June 27, 2019

Personal Injury Attorneys serving Children and Their Families if Injured on Playgrounds with offices in Trenton and Bensalem For many of us, childhood memories of backyard games and activities with our friends and family put a smile on our faces. Having fun was the most important aspect of these backyard play sessions with safety coming

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Injured at Work and Employer Refuses to Cover Medical Expenses

June 24, 2019

Serving Injured Workers in Trenton, Princeton, Hamilton and across Mercer County NJ I got hurt at work, but my employer will not pay my medical bills and has not paid me any compensation. What can I do and what are my rights? When you are injured at work, your employer has a legal obligation to select a medical provider, arrange

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How Long After my Accident Can I File an Injury Claim?

June 14, 2019

Mercer County Injury Lawyers Providing Council to Clients in Trenton, Princeton, Pennington, and across Mercer County NJ Many of our Mercer County personal injury clients ask us how much time they have to file their claim. The answer to this question is two-fold, the answer by the letter of the law and the answer that any

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Do I File a Workers’ Comp or a Personal Injury Claim in NJ and PA?

June 13, 2019

Workers Compensation vs Personal Injury Claims in Mercer County NJ and Bucks County PA Workers´Compensation Attorneys Serving Clients in Hamilton, Lawrence, and East Windsor, across Mercer County and Central New Jersey If you are not sure if you should file a personal injury or workers’ compensation claim, the first thing you should do is find

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How long do I have to file my Workers’ Compensation Claim?

June 10, 2019

Experienced Workers´Compensation Attorneys assist Clients in Princeton, Pennington, East Windsor, Ewing and across Mercer County Traumatic Injuries vs Occupational Injuries in NJ The time someone has to file a workers´ compensation claim depends on whether or not an injury is what is called a traumatic injury or an occupational injury. A traumatic injury is two

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