Injured at Work? Our Dedicated Workers' Compensation Lawyers Are Here To Help

    If you were injured in a workplace accident, Stan Gregory is a Cherry Hill workers’ compensation lawyer who can help you recover after your accident.

    Insurance companies only make money for their shareholders when they deny or only partially pay workers’ compensation claims. This means that many legitimate workers’ compensation claims are denied or underpaid.

    If you are not getting the workers’ compensation benefits you believe you deserve, contact our attorneys today. Your consultation is free of charge, and we work on contingency, meaning that we do not get paid unless you do.

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    What to Do When You Are Injured in a Workplace Accident 

    Tell your employer, manager, or supervisor about the accident. Immediately seek medical attention from the medical providers listed on the Notice that your employer posted in a prominent place, such as the brake room or the locker room. Then, file your claim for benefits.

    How Workers’ Compensation Benefits Are Determined in New Jersey

    Lost Wages

    You can be compensated for lost wages when you have been out of work for seven consecutive work days. The maximum compensation is 70% of your average weekly wage (AWW).

    Medical Expenses

    All medically-necessary surgical procedures, hospital stays, therapies, medication, and aids are covered by workers’ compensation insurance.

    What exactly is ”medically necessary” is something that is frequently argued by the insurance companies, who don’t want to pay you or want to pay you less than you deserve. If you have an experienced Cherry Hill workers’ compensation lawyer advocating for you against the insurance company’s team of lawyers, you are more likely to get the benefits you need.

    Temporary Total Disability Benefits

    This is the legal term for lost wages compensation. When you are unable to work due to a workplace injury, workers’ compensation pays you approximately 70% of your average weekly wage.

    Permanent Partial Disability Benefits

    Again, these benefits are based on your AWW calculation. If you have reached maximum medical improvement (MMI) yet still suffer from a medical impairment, you can be compensated for that through workers’ compensation in NJ.

    Permanent Total Disability Benefits

    If you are unable to perform any gainful employment due to an injury suffered at work, you can be compensated for that through workers’ compensation in NJ. These benefits are a percentage of your AWW.

    Death Benefits

    If you die in a workplace accident or from a workplace injury, your spouse and other dependents may be eligible for compensation. Also, up to $5,000 will be paid for funeral expenses.

    Our Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Represent Injured Workers Throughout New Jersey

    Stan Gregory Also Represents Employees at the Following Companies

    What Type of Accidents are Covered by Workers’ Compensation in New Jersey?

    Types of accidents that are covered by workers compensation in New Jersey

    • Construction site accidents
    • Factory accidents
    • Machinery accidents
    • Equipment failure
    • Forklift accidents
    • Warehouse accidents
    • Slips, Trips, Falls
    • Being Struck from a Falling Object
    • Overuse or repetitive stress
    • Exposure to toxic substances

    Frequently Asked Questions about Workers’ Compensation Insurance

    Does Workers’ Comp Have a Limit in NJ?

    It does. The cap is 400 weeks of benefits. If you are permanently disabled or impaired, you are eligible for additional benefits depending upon the severity of your disability or impairment.

    What Can I Do if My Claim is Not Fully Paid?

    Contact us. We can advocate for you in Workers’ Compensation Court to get you the benefits you need to heal.

    What Happens if My Employer Does Not Have Workers’ Comp Insurance?

    Most employers in NJ are required to carry workers’ comp coverage. If your employer does not have coverage you will be covered under the state’s uninsured employer fund. However, your employer will be subject to heavy fine and perhaps imprisonment.

    Can I Get Both Disability and Workers’ Comp?

    Perhaps! People reaching the limit of available workers’ comp benefits often have grounds to file for disability. Contact us – we can help you get the maximum benefits under the programs that apply to your situation.

    Contact Our Workers’ Compensation Lawyers in Cherry Hill Today

    Stan Gregory is a workers’ compensation attorney in Cherry Hill who has been helping injured workers in New Jersey for over 20 years. He has seen it all and can help you get the workers’ compensation benefits you deserve. Don’t fight the insurance companies alone – put Stan Gregory’s experience to work for you!


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