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When medical bills pile up and your paycheck is no longer coming in due to a workplace injury, the right law firm can help you recover financially while you recover physically. In general, you cannot file a civil lawsuit against an employer or co-employee in the state of New Jersey. Cases of this nature must be filed in workers compensation court where you could be awarded damages that may include the loss of wages, medical expenses, and monetary awards for injuries sustained. It may be possible for you to obtain these damages even while being at fault for the accident.

If your accident occurred at the workplace but by the negligence of a third party, not by the negligence of your employer or the conduct of a co-employee, you may be able to bring a negligence case against that third party in civil court. These types of cases are called third-party cases, and you are allowed to proceed with both a workers compensation and a third party case in their respective divisions.

Workers' compensation can be a headache, especially if the accident occurs when coming to or from work or even while you're on break. Regardless of the circumstances concerning your accident, nobody can take your rights from you, and you deserve to know what they are. Sasso Law can give you the legal expertise you need to win your case. If you are injured on the job, your employer's insurance company is obligated to pay for any loss of wages, your medical bills, and a sum of money for the injury sustained. Sasso Law is the right firm to help and has helped thousands of injured workers recover the workers' compensation benefits they need and deserve!

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The Sasso Law firm engages in the general practice of Workers' Compensation law including but not limited to the following fields:

  • Slip and Fall
  • Overexertion
  • Machinery accidents
  • Construction site injuries
  • Highway accidents
  • Workplace accidents
  • On the job injuries
  • Repetitive motion injury
  • Workplace violence
  • Crash injuries
  • Amputation or Loss of Limb
  • Toxic chemical exposure
  • Burns
  • Electrocution
  • Mesothelioma
  • Asbestosis
  • Ergonomic Issues
  • Broken Bones


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