Morris County Work Injury Attorney

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Morris County Work Injury Attorney

Work Injury Attorney in Parsippany, NJ

When most people go to work every day, there isn’t much concern about getting seriously injured. Of course, there are many professions that do put employees at risk for injury, but even those jobs are often heavily regulated by safety procedures. However, employees can get hurt at work even in the safest professions. If you have been seriously injured in a workplace accident, it is important that you take your legal options into consideration. For over 30 years, the experienced legal team at Lutz Injury Law has proudly represented clients across Morris County who have been hurt due to another party’s negligence. If you need a legal team you can count on for effective representation and guidance, contact Lutz Injury Law today and schedule a free initial consultation.

Types of Workplace Accidents

No employee is completely protected from the potential of an accident, even those who work in a seemingly-safe office environment. Whether in an office, on a construction site, in a retail setting, or in any other type of work environment, employers should take steps to ensure employee safety. When safety regulations are not taken seriously, people can become seriously injured. Some of the various workplace accidents that Lutz Injury Law handles include the following:

  • Slip and falls
  • Trip and falls
  • Muscle strains
  • Repetitive motion injuries
  • Crashes or collisions
  • Inhaling toxic fumes
  • Loud noise exposure
  • Being hit by falling objects

Recovering Compensation After an Accident at Work

If you have been seriously injured on the job, you may be entitled to compensation that can offset some of the physical, emotional, and burdens associated with your injuries. Depending on the details surrounding the accident, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation. If you were injured on the job and do file for workers’ compensation, you cannot take legal action against your employer. It is important to be aware that you may also have to file a third party claim, which could complicate your case.

Third Party Claims

If you have been injured on the job and it was caused by a negligent third party, you may need to take legal action to recover damages from them. These can include medical bills, lost wages, legal fees, and pain and suffering. If you were to bring a lawsuit against an outside party after filing a workers’ compensation claim, you may be responsible for the reimbursement to your employer and their insurance company for the support they offered you while you sought compensation from another party. The insurance company may issue a lien towards future compensation to recover the money spent on your medical bills and lost wages.

Contact a New Jersey Work Injury Attorney

If you have been seriously injured in a New Jersey workplace accident, it is important to consider your legal options. Due to the complicated nature of work injury cases, you should retain the services of an experienced attorney who can help you navigate any complexities that may arise during your case. For quality legal representation when you need it most, contact Lutz Injury Law today to schedule a free initial consultation.

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