Let Our Voorhees Workers’ Comp Attorneys Fight For You

    Are you fighting to get your due compensation for a workplace injury? You need the services of a worker’s comp lawyer with more than twenty years of experience in helping workers get their benefits. Stan Gregory is a Voorhees Workers’ Compensation attorney who will fight on behalf of you and your case throughout the process.

    Many Wworkers are not aware that insurance companies only make a profit when denying claims. This incentivizes these companies to act unscrupulously and delay and deny claims unnecessarily. A skilled worker’s compensation lawyer will help you navigate the red tape and confusing litigation to help secure your benefits. 

    Consultations with the Law Office of Stan Gregory are free, and our Voorhees attorneys always work on a contingency basis. That means there are no out-of-pocket costs for you. Focus on your health and recovery and allow our experienced Voorhees workers’ comp lawyers to secure your due compensation. Call 609-281-5100 today. 

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    What a Workers’ Compensation Attorney Does

    In essence, a worker’s comp attorney helps workers ensure that they receive their due benefits from insurance companies that might try to delay or deny their claims. Worker’s comp attorneys can provide counsel and representation through every step of the process.

    First, worker’s compensation lawyers help clients file their claims correctly and with the best chances of success. These attorneys know how to navigate the complicated legal process and are well aware of the traps and disadvantages the insurance companies lay out for unwitting filers.

    Second, workers’ comp lawyers know what types of medical evidence will best help support your claim. Usually, the worker must see a doctor paid for by the employer. Thus, there may be an incentive for the doctor to under-report or misrepresent a patient’s health status. A good worker’s comp lawyer knows what medical evidence is best to ask for during your doctor’s appointment. 

    Finally, worker’s comp attorneys represent clients at hearings and during the negotiation process. You’ll want an experienced attorney by your side as you fight for your due benefits. Stan Gregory is here to help! Reach out today at 609-281-5100 and get what’s owed to you.

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

    If you suffer a workplace injury or accident or experience an incident where you might develop an injury down the line, it is vital for any future benefits that you follow these three steps:

    1. Report the incident
    2. Visit a doctor
    3. File your claim

    Luckily, New Jersey has a “no-fault” system where the employee doesn’t need to sue the employer to be eligible for benefits. This makes the process less hostile and speeds up the procedures involved. 

    Reporting the Incident

    Report the incident as soon as it happens, even if you aren’t sure if you been injured. Some injuries take time to develop or only emerge through repetitive stress or strain. If you want to file successfully, then there needs to be a direct record of the event and cause of the injury.

    Also, you must not miss the window of time allowed for filing after an accident. Generally the statute of limitations for workers’ comp claims in New Jersey must be filed within 2 years after the accident has occured. If you do not file a workers’ compensation claim within this window, then you will not be able to file a claim based on the accident.. 

    Visit a Doctor

    The doctor’s report is the primary document on which your benefits and eligibility are based. Unless the FECA or the Federal Employee’s Compensation Act protects you, then you must go to a doctor provided by your employer first before seeing one of your choice. Our workers’ comp attorneys can help prepare you with questions to ask and the evidence you will need to request during your visit.

    File Your Claim

    After you have taken all the necessary steps, it is time to file your claim. It’s best to use the counsel of a worker’s compensation lawyer for this process to make sure your workers’ comp claim is compliant and accurate. If you need assistance filing your workers’ comp claim, contact Stan Gregory, a workers’ compensation attorney with over two decades of experience! You can reach our attorneys at  609-281-5100 for a free consultation. 

    New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Benefits

    Below you will find a list of benefits you may be eligible for in New Jersey after a workplace accident:

    Lost Wages

    The lost wages benefit covers any earnings you’ll miss out on during your recovery time. This benefit applies during the entire period you are out of work. You’ll receive weekly payments equal to 70% of your average weekly earnings. Also, your payout cannot exceed 75% of the Statewide Average Weekly Wage (SAWW), nor can it fall below 20% of it.

    Medical Expenses

    Workers’ comp benefits will cover most medical bills you’ll acquire during your injury and recovery. Some expenses covered are hospitalizations, procedures, surgeries, therapies, prescription drugs, and other costs you incur during your illness or injury. The coverage window lasts from the time of injury till a doctor reports a full or partial recovery. 

    Note, however, some procedures like acupuncture, chiropractic, or physical therapy are usually limited to a set amount of sessions.

    Temporary Partial Disability Benefits

    If you must work reduced hours due to your injury, you are eligible for temporary partial disability benefits. This benefit helps reimburse you the difference between your previous earnings and current earnings. Temporary partial disability benefits are calculated at two-thirds of the difference.

    Temporary Total Disability Benefits

    If you cannot go back to work until you are fully recovered, you are eligible for temporary total disability benefits. With this benefit, you receive two-thirds of your regular income and can start accepting payments as early as three days from being out of work due to your illness. The benefits stop when a doctor approves your return to work or if you reach 400 weeks of payments, which is the maximum.

    Permanent Partial Disability Benefits

    If you are permanently disabled but still work, you may be eligible for permanent partial disability. The type and severity of your illness determines your benefits. In this benefit, disabilities are either scheduled or unscheduled. Scheduled disabilities are visual or hearing impairments or the loss of limbs. Unscheduled disabilities are more difficult to label — like heart, lung, or back issues.

    Permanent Total Disability Benefits

    If you can no longer work due to your disability, you can receive permanent total disability. Also, this benefit applies to those workers who can no longer perform their old job but might work in another capacity. Some examples of total disability injuries are total blindness or the loss of two or more limbs.  

    Death Benefits

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

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    What Workers’ Compensation Covers in New Jersey

    Worker’s compensation covers any expenses and lost wages an employee might experience due to a workplace accident or injury. However, workers’ compensation may also cover illnesses and injuries that take time to develop like cancer or a repetitive strain injury. 

    Are you unsure if your injury or illness makes you eligible for worker’s comp benefits? Contact Voorhees workers’ compensation attorney Stan Gregory at 609-281-5100.

    Frequently Asked Questions about Workers’ Compensation

    Does Workers’ Comp Have a Limit?

    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 can 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 benefits. 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 will also have the option to file for workers’ compensation.

    Call The Law Office of Stan Gregory For Your Free Consultation

    The sad truth is that insurance companies only profit when they deny or delay your claim. You can rely on our attorneys to help fight for you. Call today and let our workers’ compensation attorneys in Voorhees help you receive your due compensation.

    Call 609-281-5100 to have 20-plus years of experience fighting by your side.

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