Electric Shocks, Burns, or Chemical Exposure Attorneys
in Morristown, New Jersey
If you have been hurt due to electric shocks, burns, or chemical exposures on the job, the challenges of your injury can be exacerbated by issues regarding financial responsibility. According to New Jersey law, you have the right to receive workers’ comp through your employer-paid benefits.
Struggles Connected to Electric Shocks, Burns, or Chemical Exposure
Suffering an electric shock, burn or chemical exposure can pose many challenges to the victim.
Electric shocks can result in multiple symptoms, including burns and shortness of breath. Contractions during the incident can create broken bones and associated pains.
Chemical exposure can result from short and long-term exposure to toxins without appropriate/sufficient protective gear. The potential results include chemical burns, lung cancer, heavy metal poisoning, and brain damage.
Burns in the workplace occur from multiple sources, including electricity and chemical exposure. Severe instances can wreak havoc on your immune system, and these injuries are likely to damage nerves, blood vessels, and muscle tissues. Damage to temperature-regulating mechanisms can require ongoing medical care.
Victims of these injuries frequently suffer psychological challenges related to their post-injury appearance and abilities.
Why Hire an Experienced Injury Law Firm?
At The Law Offices of Gold, Albanese, Barletti LLC, we have helped clients navigate the complex legal processes while they are recovering. Our attorneys meticulously provide the best legal representation possible, from filing your initial application to court appearances and appeals.
Who Is at Fault?
You deserve compensation for your pain and suffering, even if the accident was not a result of employer negligence. While filing for workers’ comp does not entail proving fault, a third-party liability claim does. Our staff will ensure your claims are filled out properly and submitted in a timely manner.
Types of Workers’ Comp in New Jersey
In addition to medical and death benefits, the state has three types of wage compensation. Benefit amounts are determined by your previous wages, the severity of your injuries, and the expected length of treatment. Our staff will work diligently to get the maximum workers’ comp payments you deserve.