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New Jersey Warehouse Worker Injury Lawyers

New Jersey Warehouse Worker Injury Lawyers

Factory Worker Injury Attorneys in Totowa, NJ Assist Clients with Recovering the Financial Resources They Need in Passaic County, Hudson County, Essex County, Bergen County, and Throughout NJ

Factories and warehouses are among some of the most dangerous workplaces in New Jersey. With lots of heavy equipment and machinery moving around, a worker can quickly find themselves seriously injured in a workplace accident. Fortunately, the New Jersey workers’ compensation system entitles warehouse and factory workers to certain financial benefits as they recover from their injuries and get back to work. If you were hurt in your factory or warehousing job, get the legal help you need to recover the workers’ compensation benefits and financial compensation that you deserve under the law. Reach out to Camili & Capo, PA for a free initial claim evaluation to learn more about how New Jersey warehouse worker injury lawyers in Passaic County from our firm can assist you with securing financial recovery for your injuries and expenses. 

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Types of Warehouse Workers’ Injuries We Can Help With

New Jersey warehouse worker injury lawyers at Camili & Capo, PA can assist you with obtaining workers’ comp benefits and financial compensation for on-the-job injuries such as:

Financial Recovery You May Be Entitled to After Being Injured in a Factory Job

If you are hurt on the job in a factory or warehouse, the New Jersey workers’ compensation system may entitle you to certain financial benefits that can assist you as you physically recover from your injuries. Workers’ comp benefits that a factory worker injury attorney in Passaic County, NJ from Camili & Capo, PA can help you recover include:

In addition to filing for workers’ compensation, you may also be entitled to pursue a personal injury claim against a third party who bears legal fault for your factory or warehouse injury, such as the manufacturer of defective equipment or machinery that injured you. A personal injury claim may allow you to recover compensation for:

What New Jersey Warehouse Worker Injury Lawyers from Camili & Capo, PA Can Do to Help You After Being Hurt on the Job

If you have been injured in an on-the-job accident in a factory or warehouse, a factory worker injury attorney in Passaic County, NJ with Camili & Capo, PA will quickly go to work on your behalf to demand maximum benefits and compensation for you by:

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Contact Our Firm for a Free Case Review with a Factory Worker Injury Attorney in Passaic County, NJ

Do not wait any longer to speak to New Jersey warehouse worker injury lawyers about obtaining financial recovery for your expenses and losses from a work-related injury. Contact Camili & Capo, PA today for a free, no-obligation consultation to go over your legal rights and options with a knowledgeable member of our legal team. 

Frequently Asked Questions about Factory and Warehouse Worker Injuries in New Jersey

How long do I have to file a claim after being injured in my factory or warehouse job?

Under New Jersey’s workers’ compensation law, you are typically expected to notify your employer of your work injury within 14 days of the workplace accident to be entitled to benefits dating back to the date of your injury. However, notice to your employer should be provided no later than 90 days following your injury. If you need to file a formal workers’ compensation claim with the state to contest the denial or termination of benefits from your employer, your claim must be filed within two years of the date of your work injury or the date that you last received workers’ comp benefits.

If I was injured in a factory or warehouse job due to a third party’s fault, can I pursue both workers’ compensation benefits and a personal injury claim?

Yes. The law allows you to seek workers’ compensation benefits from your employer for a workplace accident that was caused by a third party’s negligence or fault, while also pursuing a personal injury claim against that third party. A personal injury complaint may allow you to recover compensation not available in workers’ comp. However, you cannot obtain a “double” recovery from workers’ comp and a personal injury claim, so your employer may be entitled to reimbursement for any expenses or losses that are covered by workers’ comp benefits that you later recover in a personal injury claim.

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