New Jersey Workers Comp Attorney William Wright

The New Jersey Division of Labor and Workforce Development governs the administration of Workers’ Compensation in New Jersey.  Employers are required to carry workers’ compensation insurance and workers who have been injured while at work are entitled by law to certain benefits.  Specifically, workers are entitled to temporary disability benefits, medical payments and may be entitled to benefits for permanent injuries.  Typically, temporary disability benefits and medical payments are provided by your employer but they often fail to provide benefits for permanent injuries.

Depending on the nature and extent of your permanent injuries, as determined by medical professionals and the Court, you could be entitled to payment.  Links to the schedules of permanent disability rates from 2002 until 2013.

If you have injured while working, The Law Office of William Wright can help get you the compensation you deserve.  Mr. Wright is an experienced workers’ compensation attorney who has represented injured workers and has defended businesses, public entities and municipalities.  If you have been hurt at work, and you hire The Law Office of William Wright to represent you, you will not pay any attorneys fees unless and until you recover money.  Call Mr. Wright today for your free initial consultation.