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Workplace Accident Results in Death of Haverford Township Employee

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On June 22, 2020, Kenneth Berry, a Haverford Township employee was killed in a workplace accident. A lieutenant with the Haverford Township Police Department announced the death of the employee in a press release the following day of the incident. Berry, a long time mechanic, was at a township building working on a rear hopper […]

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Workers’ Compensation Issues Surrounding Seasonal Employment in New Jersey

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Workers’ compensation is a critical insurance program that provides employees with benefits if they suffer job-related injuries or illnesses. Under New Jersey’s workers’ compensation law, all the state employers, that do not have coverage through federal programs, must have workers’ compensation coverage or obtain approval for self-insurance. The coverage provides injured workers with medical benefits, […]

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Petrillo & Goldberg obtains over $200,000 in compensation for South Jersey worker who suffered an on-the-job heart attack

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The workers’ compensation system is designed to provide employees who are injured on the job with monetary benefits to help them cover the medical expenses and lost wages related to their injury. However, many South Jersey workers’ compensation claims are contested by the employer or their workers’ compensation insurance carrier. This can make it challenging […]

An Update Regarding the New Jersey Court System Amidst The Coronavirus Pandemic

An Update Regarding the New Jersey Court System Amidst The Coronavirus Pandemic

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We at Petrillo and Goldberg hope that you and your family are as well as you can be under these very trying circumstances. Fortunately, as of August 2020, NJ is fairing well as far as the current state of the Coronavirus amongst our population. That said, we are certainly remaining vigilant for the protection of […]

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How the “Going and Coming” Rule Can Impact Workers’ Compensation Eligibility

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Under New Jersey’s workers’ compensation rule, an employee who suffers injuries or becomes ill because of their work may be entitled to compensation benefits. Workers compensation generally provides coverage for necessary medical treatment and lost wages. The law provides coverage when the injury victim is an employee, their employee carries workers’ compensation insurance, the employee […]

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New Jersey May Start Cracking Down on Workers’ Compensation Benefits

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Each year in New Jersey, about 147,000 workers are injured on the job, and nearly 35,000 of these employees file for workers’ compensation benefits. However, according to a recent study conducted by the Office of the State Comptroller, the New Jersey workers’ compensation system is not running very efficiently. The idea behind the workers’ compensation […]

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New Jersey Supreme Court Addresses the State’s “Made-Whole” Doctrine

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Earlier this month the state’s high court issued a written opinion in a New Jersey workers’ compensation subrogation case. The case arose after a dispute between an employer and their insurance company after an employee recovered both workers’ compensation benefits as well as a personal injury settlement based on the same injuries. The Facts of […]

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Will COVID-19 Be the End of the Exclusive Remedy Provision of the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Law

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Workers’ compensation claims are intended to provide injured employees a quick way to obtain limited benefits after a workplace injury. There are several benefits to a workers’ compensation claim. For example, an injured worker does not need to prove that their employer was responsible for their injury. In fact, even those employees who are partially […]

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Employee That Filed A Workers’ Compensation Claim Awarded Legal Settlement for Retaliatory Treatment by Employer

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Workers’ compensation is a no-fault remedy for employees who suffer an injury or illness in the workplace or during the course of employment. Because the worker’s compensation process is the sole remedy to obtain compensation for work-related injuries and illnesses, employees have the right file a claim. Some employers may become upset or offended when […]