There are different kinds of benefits that may be available to you in a workers’ compensation case.
Medical: Medical benefits are paid 100 percent if you were injured doing a work-related task and you see the company’s authorized physician.
Temporary disability benefits: This equals about 70 percent of a person’s wage. He or she may be entitled to an award at the end of the case to represent permanent disability.
What Is Considered A Permanent Disability?
A permanent injury has to be something that continues to affect you at home, at work, socially or recreationally.
My Claim Was Denied. What Can I Do?
Denials are common, which is why it important to have a lawyer looking out for your best interest.
Who Will I Work With As My Case Progresses?
Some firms entice you to work with them by marketing their senior attorneys who have impressive resumes, only to hand you off to junior attorneys or paralegals once you are on board. At the Law Office of Jack L. Stillman, P.A., in Manalapan, New Jersey, our clients work directly with Jack from start to finish. He founded his own firm in 2006 intent on providing personal service to every client. Jack will keep you updated on the status of your case throughout, and he responds to messages promptly.