Injury At Work? What Now?
Workplace accidents can be costly and physically overwhelming. Neck or back injury has been reported in ninety percent of workplace injuries. Benefits from workers’ compensation are meant to help you get back to work after suffering an injury or illness at work, pay for some of the lost wages while you recover, and cover your medical expenses. Choose injury doctors in New Jersey who have been treating workers for over 25 years.
Some of the doctors who treat injured workers are:
Types Of Work Injuries
- Trips, Slips, And Falls. …
- Being Struck By Or Caught In Moving Machinery. …
- Vehicle-Related Accidents. …
- Fire And Explosions. …
- Repetitive Stress and Overexertion Injuries.
Work Injury Statistics:
In 2020, private employers reported 129,000 workplace injuries and illnesses, or 2.2 cases per 100 full-time equivalent workers, according to the most recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. This is significantly lower than the 2.7-case national average. In addition, there were 90,100 cases involving restrictions, job transfers, or days off from work. State and local governments, as well as education and health services, had the highest rates of injuries and illnesses. New York–New Jersey
Is your injury job, auto-related? Please include the following when requesting an appointment:
Adjuster’s name, email & phone number
Date of injury
Body part injured
If the work injury is URGENT, please call our office for immediate assistance at 1-866-248-4633