A caller to our office wanted to know if they should be getting workers’ compensation benefits or long term disability benefits through a policy their employer provided.
They were injured on the job ... Read More
A well-developed settlement plan can be a win-win for all parties to a workers’ compensation claim. The injured worker is assured of having enough money to meet his future medical – and possibly ... Read More
Any decision from the Appellate Division on recreational or social activities is welcome precisely because there have been so few decisions since the 1979 Amendments. The case of Goulding v. NJ ... Read More
The 2019 OJCC Annual Report is nearing completion. It will be published before December first. It will be posted on the OJCC website (www.fljcc.org) at that time. This report is 250+ pages of pure reading ... Read More
The longer a post-surgical patient is on opioids, the greater the chances of misuse. Research out of Harvard shows that each week of opioid use coincides with a 20 percent increased risk of dependence, abuse ... Read More
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