South Jersey Workers' Compensation Lawyer

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South Jersey is a unique and vibrant part of the country known for destination cities like Atlantic City,  the historic Cape May, and the fashionable Cherry Hill with its sought-after housing and schools as well as malls and shopping. South Jersey is also famous for the businesses that call it home such as Campbell Soup and Wellshire Farms as well as the booming warehouse and distribution operations. Where there is robust business, there is an equally high number of employees who sustain workplace injuries. 

We are a team of South Jersey workers’ compensation lawyers that fight for injured workers like you. Call us today for a free consultation.

Collecting a workers’ compensation check in New Jersey, however, can often be a challenge for someone suffering from a job-related injury. Sometimes hurt workers are unfairly denied the benefits and compensation they need to support themselves while injured and support their families.

That’s why a qualified and experienced workers’ compensation attorney, like those found at the Law Offices of Craig A. Altman, is a sound strategy. Having a work injury lawyer and expert with the New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Act on your side makes filing a workers’ compensation claim a lot easier, and gives you an advocate in the legal system to fight for the benefits to which you are entitled.

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*The Law Offices of Craig A. Altman does not offer any guarantee of case results. Past success in litigation does not guarantee success in any new or future lawsuit.

Why Hire Craig Altman for Your Workers' Compensation Case?

Doctors can help you heal from your workplace injuries,
but the Law Offices of Craig A. Altman can help you fully recover.

As one of the top workers’ compensation law firms in South Jersey, the skilled and experienced team of work injury lawyers working under the guidance of Craig Altman will provide you with the resources that produce the best results and help you recover. Craig Altman has devoted the practice areas in his career to assisting the injured workers of New Jersey with their workers’ compensation claims – whether it’s permanent disability claims, temporary disability claims, settlement offers from insurance companies, payment of medical bills incurred from a work-related injury, or whatever. Craig Altman and his team are the premier workplace injury law firm.

The Altman team of workers’ compensation attorneys has handled nearly every conceivable type of case from lump sum settlements to pre-existing condition claims. Their experience with workers’ compensation insurance companies, personal injury claims, car accident claims, and social security disability claims give them the know-how to analyze individual situations quickly and take the proper steps to ensure that each client receives the benefits to which they are entitled under the law.

Experienced Workers' Compensation Lawyer
In South Jersey To Protect Your Workers' Comp Benefits

Here's how it works.

First, you set up a free consultation for an evaluation of your potential workers’ comp case. There is no fee. This free consultation is when the law firm reviews the details of your case, and our New Jersey workers’ compensation attorney recommendations are strategized.

From there, if the Law Offices of Craig A. Altman take on your case, it will be on a contingency fee basis. This means they do not get paid unless they obtain fair compensation for their client. This ensures they are your advocate and are focused on representing you in your claim for Workers’ Compensation benefits. Craig Altman and his team will handle all matters related to your workers’ compensation case, including initial interviews, workers’ compensation insurance carrier follow-up conferences, the preparation and review of all legal documents, review of your medical records, medical bills and medical reports, communications with insurance company representatives and their attorneys, court appearances and conferences as well as hearings and trials.

The Altman team will also counsel you on settlement offers, lump sum settlements, and any other offer the employer or their third-party insurance company make to you. All questions regarding your rights, the progress of your case, fair settlement or trial strategy, and any concerns you have will be addressed by the Law Offices of Craig A. Altman directly to you.

Tough Cases. Tougher Lawyers.

The Law Offices of Craig A. Altman is proud of the reputation it has built successfully negotiating and litigating for clients who have suffered personal injuries due to someone’s negligence.

Learn more about this personal injury law firm, the legal team, and its verdicts and settlements. An experienced attorney is what you will need and want if you seek to obtain maximum compensation for your injury case.

NJ Workers' Compensation FAQs

In general, you cannot. New Jersey’s workers’ compensation system is designed to be the exclusive remedy for employees who are injured on the job. That means that, in most cases, you cannot sue your employer directly for an injury that occurred at work.

However, there are some situations in which you may be able to sue your employer, or someone other than your employer, for a work-related injury. For example, you may be able to file a third-party liability claim if you were injured by a defective product at work. You may also be able to sue your employer if your injury was caused by intentional misconduct (e.g., if you were the victim of workplace violence). If you’re not sure whether you have a valid workers’ compensation claim or third-party liability claim, you should speak to a New Jersey workers’ compensation attorney.

If you are injured at work in South Jersey, you may be entitled to the following benefits:

Temporary Disability Benefits: If you are unable to work for more than 7 days because of your work injury or illness, you will be entitled to receive temporary total disability benefits. In New Jersey, these benefits are 70% of your average weekly wages before the injury, but the maximum and minimum changes every year. 

Permanent Disability Benefits: If you’ve reached maximum medical improvement, your doctor will evaluate you to determine if you have any permanent disability as a result of your work injury and to what extent. 

  • Permanent Partial Disability Benefits – If you are impaired from a work-related accident or illness but you’re still able to work in some capacity, you may be eligible for permanent partial disability benefits. The amount you’ll receive will depend on the extent of your impairment, the affected area of your body, and your pre-injury wages.
  • Permanent Total Disability Benefits – If you’re unable to work at all because of your work injury, you will continue to receive weekly payments at your temporary total rate. Once you receive these benefits for 450 weeks, you will undergo an evaluation to prove that you followed your doctor’s orders but are still unable to work at your pre-injury level. If proven, your benefits will be extended as long as you’re still disabled.

Medical benefits: You may be entitled to have your employer pay for all reasonable and necessary medical treatment related to your work injury. This includes things like doctor’s visits, hospital stays, prescription medications, physical therapy, and rehabilitation.

Death benefits: If a worker is killed on the job, his or her surviving family members may be entitled to death benefits. These benefits are typically paid at the rate of two-thirds of the worker’s average weekly wage, up to a maximum amount set by law.

Funeral expenses: New Jersey workers’ compensation will also pay the family of a deceased employee up to $5,000 in funeral and burial costs.

Most employees in New Jersey are covered by the workers’ compensation system. This includes full-time, part-time, and seasonal workers. There are a few exceptions, however. For example, certain types of workers (e.g., independent contractors, agricultural workers, and domestic workers) are not eligible for workers’ compensation benefits.

There are many different causes of work accidents in South Jersey. Some of the most common include slips and falls, trips and falls, motor vehicle accidents, and injuries caused by defective products.

If you are injured at work in South Jersey, you should notify your employer as soon as possible. You should then seek medical attention for your injuries. Once you have been seen by a doctor, you should file a claim for workers’ compensation benefits. You can learn more about New Jersey’s workers’ compensation system by visiting the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development website.

If you’ve been injured at work, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. However, the claims process can be complex and confusing, and it’s not always easy to get the benefits you deserve. An experienced workers’ compensation lawyer can help you navigate the claims process and fight for the benefits you need.

Contact a Trusted Workers' Compensation Law Firm -- We Can Help

Call us today to talk to a local workers’ comp lawyer that can help you get the compensation you deserve. We serve injured workers throughout South Jersey including Cherry Hill, Egg Harbor Township, Atlantic City, Pennsauken, Trenton, Vineland, & Voorhees.

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