Workers’ Compensation In New Jersey

The New Jersey Workers' Compensation Act governs work-related injury claims in New Jersey. Under state law, an employee is obligated to notify his or her employer of any injury which occurs on the job within 90 days from the date of the injury or accident. All New Jersey employers have accident reports, which you should fill out immediately after your injury.

Unfortunately, this is only the first step in what can be a long and complex process to obtain workers' compensation.

Worried About Proper Medical Treatment?

In New Jersey, employers are allowed to choose which physician will examine you following an on-the-job injury. However, the doctor you see must be competent and able to provide you with the care you need. If you were denied proper medical treatment by your employer, a workers' compensation lawyer at our New Jersey practice can investigate your case and help you take appropriate legal action.

Board-Certified By The New Jersey Supreme Court In Workers' Compensation Claims

We are a local workers' compensation law firm that has been providing experienced legal guidance in workers' compensation claims for many years. Brian Roemersma, Esq. is a board-certified workers' compensation attorney by the Supreme Court of New Jersey. He is widely respected throughout the state for his knowledgeable and effective advocacy in workers' compensation matters.

Call Us For A Free Consultation

From our main office in Phillipsburg, New Jersey, we represent injured workers throughout western New Jersey. Call 908-454-3200 for a free case evaluation. We accept no fee unless we obtain benefits for you, and we respond to phone calls within 24 business hours. You can also reach us through this convenient online contact form.

While you are welcome to call our office to discuss your situation and legal options at no cost, you can also find answers to frequently asked questions about workers' compensation in New Jersey here.