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What You Need to Know: Willful OSHA Violation In New Jersey

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What You Need to Know: Willful OSHA Violation In New Jersey

According to OSHA, the Occupational Safety & Health Administration, accidental deaths on construction sites are most commonly caused by falls. More importantly, deaths from falls can be prevented with the proper training. Unfortunately, Allied Brothers Construction, Inc. of Bloomfield, N.J., was cited in July for fall injuries at its Rockland County, N.Y., construction site with… Read More »

Process of Filing a New Jersey Workers Comp Claim

When you are injured on the job or develop an illness due to workplace conditions, you are automatically eligible to apply for workers compensation benefits. The workers compensation system operates under a no-fault policy, which means that the employee doesn’t have to submit proof that the injury happened at work and the employer can’t be… Read More »

What to Do if You're Injured in a Slip-And-Fall at a Place of Business

When you enter a store, park in a parking lot or visit a business, you expect the premises to be hazard-free, well maintained and safe. Businesses have a responsibility to keep their premises safe and inform clients of any existing dangers, but they do not always do so. Dangerous conditions can occur from wet floors,… Read More »

What Is a Workers Compensation Occupational Stress Claim?

According to National Center for Biotechnology Information’s research published in the Journal of the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses, occupational stress disorder was the fastest growing disease category in the 1990s. This prompted several states to set limits on workers compensation claims for this disease, and a recent court ruling makes New Jersey the… Read More »