If you have been injured at work or have developed a condition or disease over time because of your work duties, you are entitled to receive workers' compensation benefits. You can receive medical treatment paid for by your employer. You can receive weekly payments while you are disabled and under recovering from your injury. You also are entitled to payments for any permanent injury. If you become totally disabled as a result of a job related injury, you can receive weekly payments while totally disabled.
You are entitled to these benefits if you work for a private employer or a government agency. Part time and temporary employees are entitled to benefits. In some instances, self-employed persons, independent contractors and domestic workers can also receive workers' compensation benefits.
There is no legal fee in a workers' compensation matter unless your attorney recover benefits for you. The maximum fee is 20% and the fee is set by the Workers' Compensation Judge. A portion of the legal fee is paid by your employer or its insurance carrier and not deducted from your benefits. If you have been injured on the job, call Attorney Mikulski to schedule a free consultation to discuss your rights under New Jersey workers' compensation law.
Depend on the Law Offices of Thaddeus P. Mikulski Jr. for support if you've been injured on the job in Pennington, New Jersey and surrounding areas. Our lead workplace injury attorney will:
The thought of speaking up after a work-related injury can be an intimidating. We're here to help. Call the Law Offices of Thaddeus P. Mikulski Jr. now to schedule your free consultation with a workers' compensation attorney.
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Based in Pennington New Jersey, Trial Attorney Thaddeus P. Mikulski, Jr. represents clients throughout New Jersey in places such as Central New Jersey, Hamilton Township, Trenton, Princeton, West Windsor, New Brunswick, Burlington, Lawrenceville, Montgomery Township, Flemington and Mercer County, Monmouth County, Burlington County, Camden County, Middlesex County, Hunterdon County, Somerset County and southeastern Pennsylvania.