Common Examples of Occupational Diseases often Covered by Workers’ Compensation

  When many people think about workers’ compensation claims, they think of an injury caused by a sudden and unexpected workplace accident. While incidents such as slip and falls and vehicle accidents certainly contribute to their fair share of workers’ compensation claims, occupational illness that develop over the course of…
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Hearing Loss and Workers’ Compensation – Do I Have a Claim?

  When an injury results from a sudden accident in the workplace, it is relatively obvious that the injury was job-related and that you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. However, with other types of injuries, it may be more challenging to receive benefits for your medical care, income replacement,…
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Protect Your Medicare Benefits During Your NJ Workers’ Comp Claim Process!

  The rules for Medicare are complicated. And the rules for Medicare set-aside benefits in workers' compensation cases, if not followed correctly, can even cause you to have your Medicare benefits temporarily frozen. How could that happen? It has happened to some injured workers, even those represented by well-meaning attorneys.…
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