Being injured on the job can prove financially devastating, especially when you end up with massive medical bills and have to miss time from work. Fortunately, employees who suffer a work-related injury or illness are entitled to receive financial benefits under New Jersey’s workers’ compensation law. While the law expects employers to extend workers’ comp benefits to any employee who suffers a work injury or occupational illness, regardless of who may have been at fault for causing the employee’s injury or illness, many workers face significant hurdles in getting the full benefits they are legally entitled to. Experienced Paterson workers’ compensation lawyer, Krenar Camili, helps work accident victims file workers’ compensation claims and get the benefits they deserve.
If you’ve suffered an injury or fallen ill due to your work, don’t let your loyalty to your employer or the expectation that you have to “tough it out” prevent you from seeking the workers’ compensation benefits you need. Let Camili Law, LLC help you to obtain financial resources for your medical treatment and rehabilitation for your work-related injury or illness and for making up for lost income due to missed time from work or to disabilities. Camili Law can guide you through the complex and often confusing workers’ compensation claim process and ensure that you understand what benefits you deserve.
Don’t delay getting the benefits you need to help you recover from a work-related injury or illness. Contact Camili Law, LLC for a free consultation to discuss your legal rights and options with knowledgeable attorney Krenar Camili, Esq.
If you’re suffering from a work injury or occupational illness, you may be entitled to receive benefits from your employer under New Jersey’s workers’ compensation system. Workers’ compensation may provide you with benefits such as:
An employee whose injuries or illness permanently disables them from returning to their old job but retains the physical capability to perform other work may also receive vocational rehabilitation benefits, which includes retraining and job placement services.
Finally, if an employee passes away due to a work injury or occupational illness, workers’ compensation can also provide death benefits to the employee’s immediate family and dependents, including partial wage replacement and contribution toward funeral and burial expenses.
If you are having difficulty getting workers’ compensation benefits from your employer after suffering a work injury or occupational illness, you need an aggressive workers’ compensation attorney who won’t rest until you’ve been given the full extent of benefits you are entitled to under the law. Krenar Camili, Esq. has extensive litigation experience and won’t hesitate to take your case to a formal claim hearing, or if necessary, to court and to trial, when you are being denied the medical recovery and financial support you need. With Camili Law, LLC you can expect that you will receive help with:
When your personal and financial well-being are on the line, don’t settle for anything less than a Paterson workers’ compensation lawyer that is ready and willing to fight as long and as hard as it takes to get you the results you need and deserve.
If you’ve suffered a work injury or occupational illness, you may be entitled to workers’ comp benefits to help get you the medical treatment you need and to provide financial payments if you missed time from work. Contact Camili Law, LLC today for a free, no-obligation case review with an experienced Paterson Workers’ Compensation Lawyer to discuss your eligibility for workers’ compensation benefits and what kinds of benefits you may be entitled to for your work injury or illness.
Typically, workers’ compensation is an injured employee’s sole legal claim against their employer for a work-related injury or occupational illness. An employee typically may not bring a personal injury claim against their employer. However, exceptions to the exclusive remedy provision of workers’ compensation include when an employer intentionally causes injury or illness to a worker, such as by withholding safety equipment as a form of discipline or retaliation.
If your work injury resulted from a third party’s fault, such as if you were hit by a negligent driver, or you had an accident caused by a defective piece of equipment or machinery, you may be entitled to pursue a third-party personal injury claim, in addition to seeking workers’ compensation benefits from your employer for your injury that occurred in the course and scope of your employment. However, obtaining workers’ compensation benefits can affect the financial compensation you receive from a third-party personal injury claim for your work injury. A knowledgeable workers’ compensation attorney can help you understand your rights and options and maximize your financial recovery.
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