Workers’ Compensation Lawyer in Eastampton, NJ

    Do you need a worker’s compensation lawyer in NJ? Stan Gregory has more than 20 years of experience fighting for injured workers. Eastampton workers trust his dedication in getting due compensation for workers across New Jersey.

    Insurance companies only make money when denying worker’s compensation claims. This conflict of interest puts injured workers at a disadvantage when they seek to claim their benefits. Stan Gregory will put his two decades of experience to work for you!

    Call Stan Gregory today at 609-281-5100. Consultations are free, and he only takes cases on contingency. That means you don’t pay out-of-pocket! Focus on what matters: healing and recovery. Allow Stan Gregory to make sure your workers’ compensation benefits process successfully.

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    How an Eastampton Workers’ Comp Attorney Helps You

    Worker’s compensation lawyers help ensure your full benefits pay; they can represent you in hearings and negotiations and make sure your claim files correctly. They also know what types of medical evidence you need to support your claim. The invaluable counsel and dedicated representation worker’s compensation attorneys offer injured workers help ensure they receive their total compensation.

    What To Do If You’re Injured in a Workplace Accident

    You must take three steps if you suffer a workplace injury or experience an incident that could lead to an illness or injury down the line. 

    1. Report the Incident
    2. See a Doctor
    3. File Your Claim

    Report the Incident

    Report the incident or accident as soon as it happens. You need to make a report even if you aren’t sure if you are injured. Some injuries take time to appear, and you want to be able to point back to a specific incident when filing a claim. 

    There is a brief window of time between an incident and your ability to file a claim based on it. Having documented proof that something led to your illness or injury is paramount to the success of your claim. 

    See a Doctor

    After reporting the incident, you’ll have to see a doctor for a medical report. This step is vital because the benefits and amount of lost wages you receive depend on the doctor’s report.

    You must see a doctor approved by your employer unless protected by FECA or the Federal Employee’s Compensation Act. If you work for the federal government or otherwise covered by FECA, then you can see the doctor of your choice. A worker’s compensation lawyer knows what types of medical evidence and medical testing you need to ask for to best support your claim.

    File Your Claim

    After taking the previous steps, you then must file your claim. A worker’s compensation lawyer can help you ensure your claim is accurate and compliant. Put Stan Gregory’s twenty years of service to work for you — call 609-281-5100 today!

    Workers’ Compensation Benefits in Eastampton

    Lost Wages

    Lost wages provide injured workers with a percentage (usually 70%) of their average weekly earnings. This benefit lasts through the time of the injury until a doctor approves your recovery. Your payout cannot exceed 75% of the Statewide Average Weekly Wage (SAWW), nor can it fall below 20% of it.

    Medical Expenses

    Worker’s comp also covers any medical expenses you accrue due to your injury and consequent recovery. Hospital stays, surgeries, other procedures, medication, and certain therapies are covered under this benefit.

    Note, however, some procedures like acupuncture, chiropractic, or physical therapy are usually limited to a set amount of sessions. You can apply to have the number of sessions extended.

    Temporary Partial Disability Benefits

    Sometimes workers are still able to work at a reduced capacity while they recover from an injury or illness. Temporary partial disability benefits cover the difference between a worker’s pre-injury wage and post-injury recovery wage. Temporary partial disability benefits calculate at two-thirds of the difference.

    Temporary Total Disability Benefits

    Other times workers cannot return to work until they are fully recovered. Temporary total disability benefits cover two-thirds of your prior income. These weekly payments stop when a doctor approves your return to work or if you hit the cap at 400 weeks of payments.

    Permanent Partial Disability Benefits

    You may sustain an injury that permanently disables you somehow, but you are still able to work after recovering. Examples of these types of injuries are classified into two categories — scheduled and unscheduled. Scheduled injuries are tangible, visible injuries like partial blindness or the loss of digits or a limb. Unscheduled injuries are harder to see — like heart, lung, or back injuries. In these cases, the type and severity of your illness determine your benefits.

    Permanent Total Disability Benefits

    Unfortunately, there are cases where a worker is completely disabled due to their workplace injury and can no longer work or can no longer perform the specific functions of their previous job. Total blindness, deafness, or the loss of more than one limb can qualify you for permanent total disability benefits.

    Death Benefits

    If a worker dies due to a workplace injury, then their dependents are eligible for death benefits. Defining “dependents” in this context is broad in Eastampton, NJ. Call workers’ compensation lawyer Stan Gregory to determine if you are eligible for death benefits.


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    Workers’ Compensation Coverage

    Workers’ compensation coverage applies to apparent injuries that are clearly traceable to a specific incident, but they can also cover injuries with a less clear origin. Repetitive strain or stress injuries that develop from overuse can be covered. 

    Also, illnesses that take time to develop — like cancer or heart disease might be attributable to working conditions or exposure to dangerous substances while at work. Call Stan Gregory to learn if your injury or illness falls under worker’s compensation coverage.

    Eastampton Workers’ Compensation Questions

    Does Workers’ Comp Have a Limit?

    Yes, there is a limit to worker’s compensation benefits. If approved, workers’ comp will cover medical expenses, missed wages, and prolonged disability. But, temporary total disability benefits cap out after 400 weeks of benefits. Other benefits stop at the doctor’s discretion.

    What Happens When My Claim is Only Partially Paid?

    There is a chance you could be eligible to receive more. Call Stan Gregory at 609-281-5100 to learn if you are being denied your full benefits.

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

    It is a class A misdemeanor for employers who do not have worker’s compensation insurance. Unfortunately, you will need to file a personal injury claim for your workplace injury to receive due compensation.

    Can I Get Both Disability and Workers’ Comp?

    It is possible to receive both social security disability and workers’ compensation. If you are unable to work in any capacity due to your injury, disability will cover you. Also, if that injury was a workplace injury, you can file for workers’ compensation benefits.

    Choose Stan Gregory as Your Workers’ Comp Lawyer in Eastampton

    Don’t allow the insurance companies to get away with denying or delaying your due compensation. Trust Stan Gregory’s two decades of fighting for workers denied their due. Call 609-281-5100 for a free consultation.

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