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  • Over $100 Million for Injured Workers in Pennsylvania & New Jersey

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    Jeff Laffey  •  Paul Bucci  •  Brian Kent

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    “I have the utmost respect for Brian, Jeff, and Paul. They left a positive mark on my life.”

    “I would highly recommend your office to others. Everyone in the office is a true professional."

  • Results Matter in Your Injury Case

    $9 million - Pennsylvania Auto Accident

    $3 million - Philadelphia Surgical Malpractice

    $2.75 million - Slip & Fall Accident

Jul 262018

Workers injured in on the job accidents in Pennsylvania or New Jersey should know that time is not on their side.  Failure to exercise legal rights within applicable time limits and deadlines can result in major financial losses including workers’ comp benefits and compensation via a work accident lawsuit. This is true regardless of the […]

Jul 112018

Conceptually, there are two ways to consider how horsing around at work affects work injury compensation. First, there’s the issue of eligibility for workers’ comp benefits. When horsing around at work leads to a work accident and injury, does this affect the ability to get workers’ comp benefits? Second, there’s the issue of whether horsing […]

May 232018
New Jersey Work Injuries & Accidents - Compensation for Pain & Suffering

Can an injured worker get compensated for pain and suffering after a New Jersey work accident? NJ workers’ compensation laws don’t allow for pain and suffering claims. Rather, injured workers in NJ can file work injury lawsuits to recover financial compensation for medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering. NJ law allows both a workers’ comp claim and a separate lawsuit for a work accident.

May 222018
New Jersey Work Accident Law - When a Work Injury Causes a Disability

Seriously injured NJ workers can seek compensation for disabling injuries via 1. workers’ comp disability benefits, and 2. a separate lawsuit against non-employer parties. Getting full compensation for major injuries will require help from an experienced work accident lawyer who can conduct a full investigation to identify all parties who are potentially liable.