Category: Tips If You Are Injured


Can I re-open my worker’s compensation case?

On many occassions, a Worker’s Compensation case settles, but some time later the pain returns. In such a case, clients may ask if they can re-open their Worker’s Compensation case. The short answer is yes, in most cases, but not all. If your Compensation case resolved with a successful trial or on an Order Approving
  • Posted by Daniel Levy  Posted on 19 Apr  0 Comments
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I was hurt on the job about one (1) year ago and the company is now out of business can I still make a Workers’ Compensation claim?

Yes, the fact that the company is out of business is not important as you are covered for your work injuries by the Workers’ Compensation insurance policy in place at the time of your injury, so as long as your former employer had insurance, you are covered. Secondly, you have two (2) years from the
  • Posted by Daniel Levy  Posted on 21 Mar  0 Comments
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Does Workers’ Compensation pay me if I get hurt on the job and miss work?

If you are on the job, Workers’ Compensation will pay you 70% of your average weekly gross, but only if a doctor selected i.e. authorized by your employer determines that you can not work for more than seven (7) days because of an injury suffered while working. As such, it is very important that you
  • Posted by Daniel Levy  Posted on 10 Feb  0 Comments
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If I am in a car accident while working, who pays for my bills and injuries?

Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. We do a lot of car accident cases, but when someone is injured while on the job, it adds an additional layer of complexity. In fact, we were recently in front of the Appellate Division on this exact issue. And it is no wonder that many clients are confused
  • Posted by Daniel Levy  Posted on 19 Sep  0 Comments
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Who pays for my damage from flying road debris?

It happens more often than people think. A driver is on a road or highway and their vehicle is suddenly struck by dangerous flying debris. A study from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found 39,000 injuries and more than 500 deaths from those incidents during that time. Between 2011 and 2014, flying debris was
  • Posted by Daniel Levy  Posted on 19 Aug  0 Comments
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How do I get a copy of police dashcam video?

In many criminal cases, the police and the defendant have very different versions of the events that led up to an arrest. Routinely, a client comes into our office and explains what happened and then some time later – maybe months later – police reports are authored and the police describe something very different. Also,
  • Posted by Daniel Levy  Posted on 01 Jul  0 Comments
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Medical Errors are No. 3 Cause of Death in U.S.

By: Michael Raff, Esq. Researchers from Johns Hopkins analyzed medical death rate data over an eight year period. They have calculated that more than 250,000 deaths per year are due to medical error in the U.S. Their analysis was published May 3, 2016 in The BMJ. The report, authored in part by researcher, Martin Makary,
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  • Posted by Daniel Levy  Posted on 16 Jun  0 Comments
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Ovarian Cancer and Talcum Powder

Talcum powder may be a staple in bathrooms throughout the country, but evidence of its association with ovarian cancer goes back to the early 1970s. Back then, scientists noted a possible connection between the use of talcum powder on female genitals and ovarian cancer. The scientists opined that the talc particles entered the reproductive tract
  • Posted by Daniel Levy  Posted on 19 May  0 Comments
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Is the owner responsible if someone uses their car and causes an accident?

During many accidents in New Jersey, the person who is driving the car is not the owner of the car. Many times people who were injured in accidents or suffered property damage have asked us whether the owner of the vehicle is responsible when someone else uses the car and causes an accident. The short
  • Posted by raffadmin  Posted on 18 Feb  0 Comments
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Injuries at construction work sites

The late ’60s was a rocky time in United States. The country was focused on civil rights, women’s rights, and Vietnam. Also during that time, workplace injuries and illnesses were dramatically increasing in both number and severity. The public and workers were demanding workplace safety and health legislation. In 1970, the U.S. Congress enacted the
  • Posted by raffadmin  Posted on 29 Dec  0 Comments
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