NEW JERSEY WORK-RELATED ACCIDENT LAWYERS
If you are injured on the job you need to notify your employer immediately that you were involved in an accident. Do not wait. Even if you think you may not be hurt you still need to report it.
When you report an accident immediately potential problems or issues with your claim can be prevented. You can notify a supervisor or a representative in charge as well as the personnel office. Your co-workers who were witness to the accident can verify that it happened and describe how it happened. If there was a witness to the accident it’s best to get their account of what happened in writing. Also, depending on how severe your injuries are you may or may not remember the chain of events leading up to the accident so having a witness will help your claim.
If an accident goes unreported, your employer can deny treatment and benefits for the time you were out of work. If your injuries require you to seek medical treatment your employer needs to know as soon as possible. If you are injured while at your workplace by law you are entitled to workman’s compensation employment benefits and we are here to help you.
Common Work-Related injured are:
- Asbestos or other hazardous chemicals
- Back injuries
- Eye Injuries
- Head and Neck Injuries
- Hearing loss
- Knee injuries
- Shoulder injuries
After you have been injured on the job you need to contact an aggressive and experienced attorney to fight for you and get the compensation you deserve.
Contact us today at 800-681-3550 for a free consultation.
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