Here’s What a Workers’ Comp Lawyer Can Do for You

If you’ve been hurt in a work-related injury, you may be overwhelmed with medical bills, lost wages, and the costs of daily living. When you’re hurt and can’t work, expenses quickly snowball until they’re overwhelming. How can you possibly cover medical costs, mortgage payments, grocery bills, utilities, and clothes and other essentials for yourself and your family when you’re injured and unable to work?

A workers’ comp attorney can help. When you need a NJ workers’ comp lawyer, call the Law Offices of Karim Arzadi. Our attorneys can help you get the money you need to cover your bills and compensate you for the emotional and psychological trauma of work-related injury.

If you’re like many of our clients, you’ve suffered a work-related injury that has left you permanently disabled and disfigured. You may have been out of work for weeks or months, and with the high cost of health care in this country, your bills may be skyrocketing far higher than you ever imagined possible, and that’s without even factoring in the cost of lost paychecks and living expenses for yourself and your family.

If you’ve been hurt at work, your life may never be the same. You may never be able to return to your former career and lifestyle; you may never be able to work again at all. When you’ve lost your ability to work, and when you’re living in pain and uncertainty, unsure of how you’ll pay your bills and provide for your family, you need the help of a qualified work injury attorney.

Our attorneys have experience handling all kinds of personal injury claims to get our clients the money they need to pay bills and feed their families. To find out how much compensation you’re entitled to, contact our attorneys with the details of your case. We’ll tell you whether you have a claim, and how much compensation you’re entitled to. Every moment you delay, the bills are getting bigger, so call the Law Offices of Karim Arzadi.


Workers’ compensation is a “no fault” insurance program that provides the following benefits to employees who suffer job-related injuries or illnesses.

  • Medical Benefits
  • Temporary Total Benefits
  • Permanent Partial Benefits
  • Permanent Total Benefits

It also provides death benefits to dependents of workers who have died as a result of their employment.

An injured employee will receive benefits regardless of who was at fault. In exchange for these benefits, the worker cannot bring a civil action against the employer for pain and suffering or other damages, except in cases of intentional acts.

The benefits under Workers’ Comp include weekly payments based on a percentage of the employee’s average weekly wage for temporary total disability, partial disability, permanent and total disability and permanent loss of function and disfigurement. Workers’ Comp also covers medical expenses for treatment that is reasonable, necessary and related to the industrial injury and vocational rehabilitation services.


You should notify your employer as soon as possible.   The notice may be given to your supervisor, personnel office, or anyone in authority at your place of business.  Notice does not have to be in writing. If you need medical treatment, a request should be made to your employer as soon as possible.  Under the NJ workers’ compensation law, the employer and/or their insurance carrier can select the physician(s)  to treat injured workers for work related injuries.  You will need the help of our experienced team of Worker’s Compensation at The Law Office of Karim Arzadi.


Once an accident is reported to an employer, they should notify their insurance carrier immediately so that a First Report of Injury can be filed with the State.

The employer’s WC insurance carrier will evaluate the claim and determine if it’s compensable under the WC law. They will contact the injured worker, the employer and the medical provider to make this assessment. If the claim is accepted, they will direct the injured worker to an authorized medical provider for treatment.  If time out of work extends beyond 7 days, they will also provide the injured worker temporary disability benefits during the period of rehabilitation.

Within 26 weeks after the worker returns to work or reaches maximum medical improvement, the insurance carrier is required to submit another form to the Division called the Subsequent Report of Injury. A copy of this form is sent to the worker for their review.

Construction Site Injury and Workers’ Comp Lawyer in Roselle NJ

Thousands of workers are injured or killed in on-the-job accidents each year. Many accidents involve falls, defective machinery, explosions and scaffolding mishaps. Injuries caused by these accidents are usually severe and result in serious disability that prevents the injured from returning to work. When this happens to you, call the Law Offices of Karim Arzadi for a construction site injury lawyer in Roselle, NJ.

Many of these accidents could have been prevented if proper safety precautions were taken. The site manager needs to develop clear safety rules and guidelines concerning safety precautions and ensure these rules are enforced. People in charge of the site may be held responsible for any accidents that occur. Often workers are asked to perform unsafe tasks and fear to complain out of concern for their job.

 Workers’ Comp Lawyer | Perth Amboy and Roselle NJ

Construction Site Injury Lawyer | Roselle NJ

 Call The Law Offices of Karim Arzadi for a free consultation with a workers comp lawyer in Perth Amboy and Roselle, NJ.

Our offices are conveniently located in Perth Amboy Jersey City, New BrunswickRoselle, and East Orange.

CONTACT  us by filling the online form or call our Main Office at 732-442 5900, 21-COURTLAW (212-687-8529)

or toll free 1-800-RITELAW (1-800-748-3529).

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