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Workers' Compensation and Third Party Personal Injury Claims in New Jersey

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Third Party Injury Claims

If you or a loved one has been injured or become ill while on the job, money is likely one of your top concerns. You might be asking yourself the following questions: How will I afford medical care? Will I have the time I need to recover? What if my workers' compensation benefits aren't enough? Fortunately, the experienced NJ work injury lawyers at Lependorf & Silverstein, P.C. can provide the answers you need to rest easy. We have more than 20 years of combined experience helping injured workers and their families overcome the stresses that come with an on the job injury or illness.

To speak with our compassionate team, call (609) 240-0040.

We strongly believe that our clients should not have to worry about affording high-quality representation, that's why we are proud to offer our No Win, No Fee promise. This means we will handle the expenses of your case in exchange for a percentage of the final settlement or verdict. If we do not make a recovery on your behalf, you don't owe us a cent.

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Do I Have a Third Party Work Injury Claim?

Following a work injury or illness, it is essential that you follow the appropriate steps to file a workers' compensation claim in order to receive financial coverage from your employer's insurance provider. Don't forget – you may be entitled to further compensation through a third-party claim. If an outside party was at fault for your work-related injury or illness, you may file a personal injury claim against the negligent individual or agency. For example:

  • If you were injured by a defective piece of equipment, you may have a legitimate claim against the negligent manufacturer of the faulty product.
  • If you were injured due to poorly constructed scaffolding, you may be entitled to compensation from the third-party contractor.
  • In the event of an auto accident, the other driver may be sued for damages.

These are only a few scenarios in which you may be able to get additional money for your recovery. Get in touch with a knowledgeable lawyer to explore your options and begin building a case right away.

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How Is Workers' Comp Different from a Third Party Claim in NJ?

New Jersey workers' compensation is a no-fault system in which you can get coverage for medical expenses, time off from work, and/or disability regardless of how the injury or illness occurred, as long as it happened in relation to your work duties. A third-party claim, on the other hand, will depend on whether you can prove that another person or agency bears full or partial responsibility for the damages.

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Call a New Jersey Workers' Compensation Attorney

An injury, illness, or other condition that interferes with your livelihood can be overwhelming and confusing, but you do not have to navigate this troubling time alone. The compassionate New Jersey workers' compensation attorneys at Lependorf & Silverstein, P.C. will provide the insight and guidance you need to get the best possible outcome for your situation. But you must contact us as soon as possible. Dial (609) 240-0040 or use the Chat Option on this page to speak with a representative right away.

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The firm’s principals, Gabriel R. Lependorf and David E. Silverstein, have each been representing injured victims in the State of New Jersey for over twenty five years.

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