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624 Shore Rd
Somers Point, NJ 08244
Phone: 609-601-1962
Fax: 609-601-9544

WORKERS' COMP

Find Out More About Workers' Compensation Law

We'll Work With You on Traumatic Injury and Occupational Claims

When you need personalized, hands-on assistance with your workers' compensation case, you know where to turn. At the Law Office of Paul Tendler, we're proud to offer our services to injured workers. We will do whatever we can to see your case through to a satisfactory conclusion.

You shouldn't let an attorney take advantage of your situation. When you come to us, your case will be taken on a contingency fee basis, so an attorney's fee is only awarded if we obtain benefits on your behalf.
Work injury

Find Passionate Representation for Injuries or Work Accidents

  • Chronic pain in the neck, back, hip, or knee muscles or joints
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive stress injuries
  • Mesothelioma and other lung diseases caused by exposure to asbestos
  • Cancer from workplace chemical exposure
  • Hearing loss due to exposure to noise on the job
Work injury

Under New Jersey Law, You're Entitled to Compensation For

  • All reasonable and necessary medical treatment
  • Temporary total benefits if you are disabled for 7 days or more (at 70% of your gross weekly wage for a maximum of 400 weeks)
  • Permanent partial disability benefits if you develop a permanent disability that is directly related to your work, with the amount you receive dependent on the extent of the disability
  • Permanent total disability benefits if your work-related injury or illness has left you permanently disabled and unable to return to work (at up to 70% of your gross average weekly pay for as much as 450 weeks which can be extended if you remain unable to work beyond 450 weeks)
Call Us at 609-601-1962 for your FREE workers' comp consultation.
Have you been injured on someone else's property? Ask us about our personal injury representation today.
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