Workers' Compensation

New Jersey Workplace Injury Attorneys

The New Jersey workers' compensation system was designed to make sure that you can support yourself and your family when you have been injured on the job. However, this does not mean all injured workers get the full extent of coverage and protection they deserve.

At the law offices of Ginsberg & O'Connor, P.C., we understand how the New Jersey workers' compensation system works. With more than three decades of experience protecting the rights of New Jersey workers, our Mount Laurel workers' compensation attorneys will provide you with the resources and professional representation to protect your rights.

We have experience with all manner of work injuries, including:

Get The Full And Fair Workers' Compensation You Deserve

If you have been injured on the job, you have the right to make a workers' compensation claim against your employer. In fact, New Jersey requires all employers to carry workers' compensation insurance for this very reason.

Workers' compensation provides injured workers with a number of basic benefits and services. It will ensure that your medical needs are taken care of properly and your wages are paid. Your employer will control your access to medical treatment, so make sure you provide them with independent medical examinations to support your claim. If your claim is denied or a dispute arises, we will arrange for an independent review of medical care and diagnosis.

Many people who have suffered a serious injury while on the job have additional recovery options beyond workers' compensation. If someone besides your employer or a co-worker was responsible for the conditions that led to your workplace accident, you may be able to file a third-party personal injury claim as well.

Contact Us

While all injured workers are entitled to workers' comp, not all of them receive it. Make sure you have a lawyer on your side who can maximize your claim. Call our Mt. Laurel firm toll free at 800-598-3944, or contact us online today to schedule a free initial consultation and learn more about your rights and recovery options.