NJ Workers’ Compensation Attorneys

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South Jersey’s Workers’ Compensation Lawyers

Attorney Mark Caira is one of South Jersey’s Supreme Court-certified workers’ comp lawyers


If you’ve been injured on the job and want to be sure that your bills and wages are paid while you heal and get ready to go back to work, you’ve found the right law firm.

  • We understand that you want your bills paid and are paid while out of work for a work injury. Workers’ compensation is meant to help you get better and get back to work.
  • We’ll Handle Everything: your focus should be on getting better, not worrying about the medical bills, wage replacement, or securing the right medical treatment.  
  • No cost until you get your benefits: Don’t worry about being able to afford an attorney for your NJ workers’ compensation claim.  You’ll owe nothing until you are paid.

Our Office represents everyday people that count on us to get their worker’s comp claim resolved

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When Your Day in Court Comes You’ll Want a Worker’s Comp Lawyer Like Caira & Nemeth in Your Corner

Workers’ Comp Should Cover:

  • Medical Treatment – medical bills, medicine, rehab and physical therapy, surgery.
  • Lost Wages – If you were out of work due to your work injury, you may be entitled to compensation to replace your wages.
  • Disability – If your injury keeps you from being able to return to work, or has not improved after medical treatment, our firm is able to represent you in your claim.

Workers’ Compensation is a No-fault Insurance in NJ

Regardless of how you got injured at work, your employer’s workman’s comp insurance should cover your medical treatment and wage replacement. In contrast with a personal injury claim, where you would have to demonstrate negligence to get compensation, workers’ comp will pay regardless of fault.

If a third party caused your workplace injury, you may be able to pursue a claim

You can often file a workers’ comp claim against the following:

  • Negligent Third Parties: If someone other than your employer caused or contributed to your work injury, you may have a claim outside of your normal WC claim.
  • Careless Property Owner: If you were injured on property not owned or controlled by your employer, you may be able to file a claim against the property owner.
  • Injuries By Motorists/Customers: If you are injured at work while operating a motor vehicle, you may have a claim against the other driver.

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