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Accidents can happen at home, at work or anywhere in between. The resulting injuries can be minor or severe. Severe or major injuries are often referred to as catastrophic because they have the potential to cause problems that can affect a victim’s employment, health, and lifestyle. They can cause short-term or long-term disabilities that make a person dependent on wheelchairs, crutches, or walkers to get around. Catastrophic injuries can be a result of a slip and fall accident, automobile crash, medical malpractice, or another unfortunate incident that results from another’s negligence or recklessness. When you sustain a catastrophic injury in New Jersey, you need to contact a New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyer with offices in Howell, Oakhurst, and Toms River.

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Accidents happen each day. Someone is injured nearly every minute of the day due to the fault of someone else. Accidents may involve several different causes, but the injured party has rights and protections under NJ personal injury law in most all circumstances.

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Police Officer Injuries Encountered on the Job. NJ Workers Comp Attorney

Police officers put their lives on the line each day to keep communities safe. They have one of the most dangerous jobs in America. According to statistics from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, police officers have a higher risk of enduring a job-related injury or disease compared with other professions. On average, 115 police officers sustain fatal job-related injuries each year and about 30,990 nonfatal police officer injuries that keep them from their work. However, when police officers are hurt on the job in New Jersey, they are protected by workers’ compensation to recover losses they may experience on the job.

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