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Paralysis Injury Lawyer In New Jersey

Work-Related Paralysis Injury Claims

There are few injuries which can devastate a person's life as much as paralysis. If you have suffered paralysis as a result of a work-related incident, it is crucial to consult with a New Jersey workers' comp attorney to determine what legal options can be taken to protect you and your family. You may be wondering whether you will be able to work in the future, or if you are even able to obtain financial compensation for your injuries.

Our New Jersey workers’ compensation attorneys have recovered tens of millions in damages for injured clients. Call us today at (800) 909-8129.

The Cost of Paralysis Injuries

This condition often requires extensive medical treatment for the rest of an individual's life. There are also many risks involved when individuals allow an employer-assigned doctor to make the final decisions on what constitutes proper medical care for your injuries.

Because of the extensive treatment involved with paralysis and the injury's potential to prevent individuals from being able to work, it is important that you review your case with an experienced New Jersey workers' compensation lawyer to ensure that you receive the compensation you and your loved ones need.

Recovering Compensation for Your Losses

A successful workers compensation claim may cover the following:

  • Costs for medical treatment and other expenses stemming from the injury
  • Present and future wages lost as a result of the injury/disability
  • Physical/mental disability as a result of the injury
  • Retrofitting of homes or vehicles

Paralysis often prevents workers from returning to their jobs temporarily, and in some cases, permanently. When this serious injury was caused in an accident or because of someone else's negligence, it is important for the injured worker to take immediate action to file a claim. Waiting too long to act could prevent individuals from receiving the medical care they need or put their family in a difficult financial situation.

Consult a Skilled Professional for Legal Protection

In these situations, it is important to retain a New Jersey workers' compensation lawyer who may help you obtain the benefits you deserve. Since 1987 our legal team has helped clients pursue their workers' compensation claims in all types of situations.

Protect your best interests and the security of your loved ones' future. Schedule a consultation with our firm today!

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Signs You May Have a Worker’s Comp Claim

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Common Questions

  • Do I need a workers’ compensation attorney for my injury case?

    Yes, you need an attorney. If you’re visiting this site, have questions about your rights, and have been injured in a work-related accident, you may be entitled to collect money by filing a formal claim with the NJ Workers’ Compensation Courts. Only a NJ licensed lawyer can file a formal claim. If you do not file the formal claim, you will not collect what you are entitled to, and your rights to medical treatment may be affected.

  • Will I lose my job if I file a formal claim with an attorney?

    No, it is against the law for an employer to discriminate against them for filing a workers’ compensation claim in NJ. If you are fired for filing a claim, you must speak to a workers’ compensation attorney immediately to protect your rights.

  • What should I do if I have been injured while working in New Jersey?

    Notify your employer immediately. Speak with your supervisor or someone else of authority at your work. Notifications do not have to be in writing—however, it may benefit you to have evidence that you notified your employer. If you intend to seek medical treatment for your injuries, this should be requested through your employer as well.

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