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At the Law Offices of Jeffrey M. Bloom, we help injured workers enforce their rights and obtain benefits when their employers (or their employers’ insurer) attempt to treat them unfairly if they are injured at work. New Jersey’s workers’ compensation system provides employees with benefits after suffering a work-related injury. Workers’ compensation is a no-fault system, so you’re eligible to receive these benefits even if you caused the accident.
For a free consultation, call (855) 208-3650 or contact our office online. We are capable of handling workers’ compensation claims arising from even the most severe job injuries, including those that result in:
If a job injury has made you permanently or temporarily unable to work, we can help you secure the income and reimbursement you urgently need. The law states unequivocally that workers’ compensation benefits must be paid to anyone who suffers a personal injury while on the job.
In addition to receiving payment under the New Jersey workers’ compensation program, you may also be able to file a personal injury claim against any third parties who may have been responsible for your workplace injury. This may include manufacturers of defective machinery or property owners who have failed to address safety hazards at a work site.
The best way to protect your rights and options after a workplace injury is to speak with Jeffrey M. Bloom in person. He has almost 30 years of experience handling workers’ compensation claims, and he can guide you through the process. Please call (855) 208-3650 today to schedule your free consultation. Our offices are conveniently located in Hackensack and West New York.
If you were injured on the job and your employer’s work comp insurance company denied your claim for benefits, then your rights have been violated. Sometimes, benefits are approved at first but are then cut off before the injured worker has recovered fully.
The Law Offices of Jeffrey M. Bloom will work with your doctor, gathering the medical evidence necessary to show why you still need benefits. You can receive benefits to provide compensation for:
Keep in mind that not all of these benefits are provided in every claim. Each case is evaluated on an individual basis, and the appropriate workers’ compensation benefits will be awarded based on your unique circumstances. If your injury occurred in a construction job site, then you may be entitled to more benefits.
Learn more by scheduling a free initial consultation with Jeffrey M. Bloom an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer. Call (855) 208-3650 or contact our firm online.