New Jersey worker’s compensation attorney Sam Gaylord wants to talk to you about one of the most common questions asked in any lawsuit case: how long do I have to file my claim?
Within the state of New Jersey, the laws state that you must file a claim within two years of the date of your injury. Alternatively, you have two years from the date of the last time you were paid benefits by worker’s compensation.
Benefits are what is given to you by the insurance company who is paying for your medical treatment and helping you keep afloat when you’re out of work. You may be able to put in a claim if your benefits have stopped and you’re still injured. You may need to bring a claim so that you can continue to receive these benefits, but you’re being denied. An experienced disability attorney can help walk you through the process and bring a claim that allows you to get your benefits as quickly as possible. Watch the video to learn more.
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