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October 2018 Archives

What determines if an injury is a work injury?

Repetitive motion injuries are a common ailment suffered by many people in New Jersey and across the country. In today's workplace where so many functions are performed at a computer keyboard or using another type of computer interface over many hours a day, repetitive motion injuries are a constant threat to workers. Determining if an injury, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, can be considered a work injury can be a gray area.

A drunk driving accident doesn't have to happen

Drinking and driving are not a healthy combination. This is common knowledge, but even with the plethora of options available for alternative transportation via cellphone apps, people still choose to drink and drive. That decision can have tragic ramifications and result in a drunk driving accident in New Jersey.

Workers' compensation sought for partial amputation of a finger

Working in a manufacturing environment carries inherent risks. People in New Jersey who work in such environments trust their employers to provide safety training and safe equipment that is properly maintained. Periodic inspections are required to ensure that equipment remains safe. Workers' compensation is in place to help protect the worker in the event of an injury.