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How Do I Get My Medical Bills Paid

Medical bills can pile up after an accident. How do you get your medical bills paid? That is one of the top questions asked by an accident victim.

There are different medical benefits available to you depending on the type of accident in New Jersey.

What is A Third Party Case?

A Third Party case is a case against a third party. Ok, that wasn’t very helpful. Let us try again.

Third Party cases exist when an employee (The First Party) is injured in the course of their employment and have a negligence claim against another person or company (the Third Party) who is not their employer (the Second Party).

Fall Down Accidents You are walking on a sidewalk, all of the sudden you find yourself falling and you try to stop your fall but the next thing you know you are on the ground. You try to move but the pain from your fractured wrist is overpowering. A stranger asks you, “Are you ok” You say, “Yes”, but really mean “No” but the pain and the shock

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Injury After Dinner with Co-Workers While Out of Town Found Compensable.

An employee who was killed as a result of an automobile accident after a night out while he was working away from home was held to be in the course of his employment. In the case of Angela Ann Cavalcante versus Lockheed Electronics Company,85 N.J. Super. 320 (1964), the Workers Compensation Court applied a “reasonable” standard in its analysis of the facts to determine that the case was compensable because it was reasonable for an employee working temporarily out of state to seek some relaxation with colleagues after working irregular hours for several days.  Full Story

 
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Injury Articles

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If you are involved in an car accident in New Jersey, you must be prepared to act properly to avoid getting in trouble.

 

On occasion an insurance company will raise the Intoxication Defense (NJSA 34:15-7) to prevent an injured worker from receiving workers compensation benefits.

 

Most drivers in New Jersey are unaware of whether they have selected a Verbal Threshold or a No Threshold option on their insurance policy.

What is a Verbal Threshold or No Threshold? Verbal Threshold limits your right to sue if you are injured in an automobile accident. No Threshold provides that you have no limitation on your right to sue if you are injured in an automobile accident.

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