What is occupational exposure?

Unfortunately, workers throughout New Jersey are exposed to hazardous conditions that may ultimately result in the development of an illness. When workers inhale contaminants over the course of their job, they may suffer from diseases down the road. These workers may be eligible to obtain workers’ compensation benefits for occupational exposure. Some of the dangers […]

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What is OSHA?

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 were created by Congress to ensure that all employees throughout the country are provided with safe working conditions. OSHA protects the rights of workers in the private sector and ensures that they have the training and assistance they need to […]

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What can I do if my employer refuses to report my workplace injury?

If you have been hurt on the job in New Jersey, it is important that you inform your employer of this injury as soon as possible. With some minor exceptions, to be covered under workers’ compensation laws, you may be required to go to the doctor’s chosen by your employer or their insurance company. In […]

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