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October 6, 2015

There are times when your employer does not cooperate with you after you are hurt on the job. This is a fairly common in N.J. The employer's lack of c...

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October 6, 2015

There are times when your employer does not cooperate with you after you are hurt on the job. This is a fairly common in N.J. The employer's lack of cooperation may be as simple as not reporting your accident to the employer's insurance company. They may also refuse to...

September 4, 2015

There are many hardworking undocumented workers in N.J. More often than not, these employees are paid off the books. Many are afraid that if they complain to their employer about injuries on job or working conditions, they will be reported to immigration and possibly d...

August 26, 2015

The New Jersey workers compensation act recognizes two types of claims. The first is traumatic injury claims. These claims are governed by N.J.S.A. 34:15-7. These types of claims involve a one-time trauma, physical or psychiatric in nature.  Examples would be a Dept. o...

August 24, 2015

The law in N.J. requires that all employers, not covered by Federal programs, have workers' compensation coverage or be approved for self-insurance.  

 

If you are aware of an uninsured employer or you were hurt on the job and you find out that your employer does not hav...

NJ Supreme Court Opinion for 4-29-15 has been released.  This is a criminal case dealing with the admissibility of a recorded conversation. 

 

You can obtain a copy of the opinion here

I recently read the following question posted on a lawyer website: "I live in NJ and have waited Over 60 days since my case was settled in court and still no workmans comp settlement check." 

 

It is important that you keep track of the time period after you appear in wo...

February 13, 2015

Facing a serious resource drain on Judges in the Bergen County Courts,  Stuart Rabner, Chief Judge of the New Jersey Supreme Court, has added the following Judges to the bench in Hackensack:

 

February 4, 2015

In multiple consolidated criminal cases, the NJ Appellate Division in a published opinion this morning held:  After being convicted of a first DWI offense and then being convicted of driving while suspended for that DWI conviction, the statutory sentencing framework of...

January 21, 2015

In a rare decision involving judicial ethics, the Supreme Court set a new standard for evaluating the behavior of Judges in NJ.  This case dealt with two specific issues: 

 

According to the NJ Supreme Court, this disciplinary case raised two questions:

 

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January 14, 2015

From the NJ Supreme Court: In Sam Hargrove, et. al. v. Sleepy’s, LLC "Plaintiffs Sam Hargrove, Andre Hall, and Marco Eusebio deliver mattresses ordered by customers from defendant Sleepy’s, LLC. Plaintiffs contend that they suffered various financial and non-financial...

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