Who Will Pay My Medical Bills If I Am Hit By a Car While On My Bicycle? 

April 10, 2021

Serving injured clients in Trenton, Princeton, Lawrence, Hamilton, and across the greater Mercer County area The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety keeps track of fatality statistics for various highway accidents, including bicyclists. Focusing on 2018 in particular, the data suggests some key facts for cyclists to consider while riding on the streets. First, over 60%


Filing an Injury Workers’ Compensation Claim for Carpal Tunnel in NJ

March 31, 2021

Serving Workers Compensation cases in Trenton, Princeton, Pennington, Lawrence, and East Windsor NJ Workplace injuries are more common than would be thought, given that employers are responsible for ensuring their employees’ safety through safe workplace conditions and training. However, despite an employer’s best interests and preparations, accidents and injuries happen. One way in which many


Workers’ Compensation Responsibilities as an Employer in NJ

March 18, 2021

How do the laws affect you as an employer, and what are your responsibilities? Worker´s Compensation Attorneys serving Trenton, Princeton, Lawrence, Hamilton, and across Mercer County According to the New Jersey Department of Labor and Resource Development, all employees must provide workers’ compensation insurance unless they are covered by a federal program or meet the


Types of Workplace Injuries in Mercer County and Across NJ

March 11, 2021

Serving Accident and Injury Victims with all types of Workplace Injuries in Trenton, Lawrence, Princeton, Hamilton, and across Mercer County Workplace injuries are a reality that is difficult to avoid. Despite enhanced safety measures and enforced protocols to protect employers and clients, accidents happen. Understandably, a large portion of workplace injuries happens on construction sites.


How Are Damages for Pain and Suffering Calculated?

March 5, 2021

Serving Personal Injury Victims and Getting Compensation for Damages in Trenton, Lawrence, Princeton, Hamilton, and Mercer County. We can’t give strict rules or formulas to put a dollar value on the pain and suffering you endured in a personal injury case, but here are some guidelines for what an insurance company might consider. If you


Essential Workers and Workers’ Compensation for Contracting COVID-19

February 27, 2021

Typically, to receive workers’ compensation in New Jersey, an employee must prove they suffered a job-related illness or injury. A recent law creates a presumption during the ongoing public health crisis that essential employees’ illnesses are related to their work. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed Senate Bill (SB) 2380 into law. SB 2380 creates a


Emotional Distress and Monetary Compensation in New Jersey

February 19, 2021

Emotional distress is a type of mental health temporary disorder or anguish experienced due to an incident caused on purpose or by negligence. The court accepts emotional distress as a personal injury that can be eligible for compensation by filing a civil lawsuit. You would need to provide sufficient evidence or proof that someone else


New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Covers Covid-19 for Essential Employees

February 12, 2021

In a move that distinguished New Jersey from many other states, Governor Phil Murphy signed Senate Bill 2380 into law on September 14, 2020, providing workers’ compensation coverage to essential workers. This law is a rebuttable presumption, meaning that the court assumes that workers’ compensation benefits extend to essential employees until the decision is contested


Workers’ Compensation Attorneys for Seasonal Workers

February 2, 2021

In New Jersey and across the country, workers’ compensation programs protect employees by providing them with financial benefits if they are injured on the job. Depending on the nature of the injury, these benefits could be provided once or on a long-term disability basis, as would be the case in a situation in which a


Types, Symptoms, and Treatment for Burn Injuries in the Workplace

January 28, 2021

If you have suffered a burn injury at work, it is highly recommended that you contact an experienced worker’s compensation and personal injury attorney. Burn injuries can occur anywhere and at any time. However, according to The American Bar Association, occupational burn injuries accounted for some 6% of all burns studied between 2002 and 2011.