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Common Workers Compensation Injuries 

Common Workers Compensation Injuries that the Workers Compensation Lawyers at Lombardi and Lombardi Can Help within Middlesex County, Monmouth County, Ocean County, Union County, and Throughout NJ

Have you been injured while at work? You may be eligible for workers’ compensation. Workers’ compensation covers a wide range of injuries that may occur to workers as they carry out tasks within the scope of their duties. While many workplace accidents occur to heavy industry professionals and those in labor-intensive positions, they can also occur to workers in other industries and professions.  No matter the industry they work in or their profession, workplace injuries can take a tremendous toll on workers. It helps to have an experienced personal injury attorney representing you. The attorneys at Lombardi and Lombardi, P.A. have extensive experience representing workers in claims for common workers’ compensation injuries.

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The team at Lombardi and Lombardi, P.A. has been providing legal assistance to injured workers for decades. We are committed to providing our clients with effective legal representation. We work to recover all the benefits that our clients deserve. We will explore all options available to secure maximum compensation on your behalf.

Common Workers Compensation Injuries That Lombardi and Lombardi, P.A. Deal With

There are various types of injuries covered by workers’ compensation. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that over 2.8 million nonfatal work-related injuries and illnesses were reported in 2018 alone. In the same year, 5,250 people died as a result of injuries or illnesses related to their work. Many of these workers seek compensation through workers’ compensation. According to the National Safety Council (NSC), the most common workers’ compensation injuries include:

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Qualifying for Compensation for Common Workers Compensation Injuries

In order to qualify to make a claim for common workers’ compensation injuries, you must prove a causal relationship between your job and the medical condition you are claiming compensation for.  According to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations, an injury or illness qualifies as work-related if it occurred while at work or if your exposure at work led to the development of the condition or the aggravation of a pre-existing condition.

It is often easy to establish a connection when an incident has occurred at your work site. However, making connections for illnesses that have developed over years is much harder. While proving fault in a workers’ compensation claim, showing this connection is vital for recovering compensation.

At Lombardi and Lombardi, P.A., we’ve represented workers suffering from a wide range of work-related illnesses and injuries. We have assisted many accident victims to prove that their injuries or illnesses are work-related. We will investigate your case and gather evidence to demonstrate that your medical condition is work-related. We will also explore all options available and ensure that you recover maximum compensation for your injuries.

There are some circumstances under which workers that were injured at work are not eligible for workers’ compensation. These circumstances include:

If you want to determine whether you have a valid workers’ compensation claim, contact Lombardi and Lombardi, P.A. to schedule a free consultation with a lawyer from our law firm.

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Contact Lombardi and Lombardi, P.A. to Learn More about Common Workers’ Compensation Injuries and Consult with an Experienced Workers’ Compensation Lawyer for Free

Have you been injured at work? You may be eligible for workers’ compensation. Contact Lombardi and Lombardi, P.A. to learn more about common workers’ compensation injuries and whether you have a valid claim or not. Our team will guide you through the process of seeking compensation.

We work on a contingency fee basis. We won’t get paid unless we recover compensation on your behalf. You can therefore access the high-quality legal services you deserve without worrying about the cost. Contact us now to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions about Common Workers Compensation Injuries in New Jersey

I have been injured while at work. What should I do?

If you have suffered an injury while on the job, notify your employer as soon as possible. If you are able, notify your supervisor or any other person in authority and ensure a workplace incident report is made. This is a vital piece of evidence in showing that your injuries occurred while you were at work and carrying out job-related tasks. If you are seriously injured and need immediate medical treatment, request that your employer be notified on your behalf of the accident.If you are able to, you should document the scene of the accident. Take photos or videos of the accident scene as well as your injuries. You should also take note of any colleagues that may have witnessed your accident. Contact an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer as soon after the accident as possible to get started on the process of seeking compensation for your injuries.

My employer is refusing or holding back on contacting the Workers’ compensation insurance provider. What should I do?

If your employer is not contacting their insurance provider about your case, you may have to contact their insurance carrier directly. It helps to have the guidance of an experienced workers’ compensation attorney if you’re experiencing problems with seeking compensation for your injuries. The attorneys at Lombardi and Lombardi, P.A. will review your case and determine the best way to approach it. We will offer you guidance on your rights and options and guide you through the claims process. We will also work to protect you from retaliation or other unfair treatment by your employer. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation with an attorney from our law firm.

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