New Jersey Workers Compensation Laws

Are you a casino worker who has sustained an on the job injury? If so, per New Jersey workers’ compensation laws you may be entitled to benefits and financial compensation. You should seek the help of an experienced New Jersey workers compensation attorney handling casino employee workers’ compensation claims.

Contact our team of New Jersey casino workers’ compensation lawyers for a free consultation. They handle all casino workers compensation claims on a contingency fee basis meaning they charge no fee unless they recover for you Proudly serving those injured while working at all New Jersey casinos including Bally’s, The Borgata, Trump Taj Majal, Ceasars Atlantic City, Golden Nugget Atlantic City, Harrah’s Atlantic City, Resorts Casino Hotel, Revel Atlantic City, Showboat Atlantic City, Trump Plaza Hotel & Casino and Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City.

Workers’ compensation is a “no fault” insurance program that provides the following benefits to employees who suffer job-related injuries or illnesses.

 Medical Benefits
 Temporary Total Benefits
 Permanent Partial Benefits
 Permanent Total Benefits

It also provides death benefits to dependents of workers who have died as a result of their employment.

An injured employee will receive benefits regardless of who was at fault. In exchange for these benefits, the worker cannot bring a civil action against the employer for pain and suffering or other damages, except in cases of intentional acts.

Reporting An Injury At Work In New Jersey

The first obligation you have once suffering a workplace injury at an Atlantic City casino is to report the injury to your employer. You can notify your immediate supervisor, the personnel office and or anyone with authority at your place of employment. Under current New Jersey workers’ compensation statutes notice DOES NOT have to be in writing.

What If Your New Jersey Workers Comp Claim Is Denied?

Do not despair as this is a common occurrence. If your claim has been denied please contact our team of Atlantic City casino workers compensation lawyers for a free initial consultation.

New Jersey Workers’ Comp Claim Disputes

In cases of dispute between an injured worker and the employer and/or insurance carrier over entitlement to benefits, the worker may file either a formal Claim Petition or an Application for an Informal Hearing with the Division of Workers’ Compensation. Disputed issues may include whether the injury/illness was considered work-related, the type and extent of medical treatment, and/or the payment of temporary disability benefits.

The Cost Of An Atlantic City Workers’ Comp Attorney

Our legal team charges no legal fees of any sort if they do not work win on your behalf. There is literally no reason not to call them about your case as even the consultation is free of charge.

Contact Our Casino Workers’ Compensation Lawyers

Call our Atlantic City casino workers compensation lawyers today for a complimentary case review. They charge no fees if they do not win on your behalf. Let them handle your claim so you can focus on recovering and getting back to work.

Our team of Atlantic City casino injury workers’ comp lawyers serve those injured at Atlantic City casinos regardless of where the injury victim lives i.e. somewhere else in NJ or a neighboring state such as Delaware, Pennsylvania and New York.