John F. Renner, P.C. 856.596.8000
I am a New Jersey Lawyer representing individuals suffering from workplace injuries. Like most people I know, you rely upon your job to pay your bills to support yourself and your family. You expect safety at work but that is not always the case. If you have been injured on the job, you need to know your options.
New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Law
The New Jersey Workers’ Compensation law is complex and can be a trap for the unwary. I guide my clients through the legal process every step of the way. My clients are informed and educated about the system, how long their case may take and the potential risks and benefits involved at every stage of their workers' comp litigation. I am dedicated to the aggressive pursuit of the full range of benefits allowed including medical treatment, lost wages and a permanency award.
A New Jersey Lawyer Who Takes Time to Listen
Your case is unique and important. I customize the advice I give to each client based upon that person’s unique circumstances. I also bring to the table for each client all my knowledge, skill and ability. Understanding your particular needs is a very important part of how I deliver quality legal representation. Personalized service and attention takes time but the resulting benefits are worth the effort both in client satisfaction and case results.
New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Resource Center
I have compiled worker's compensation resources for New Jersey from the internet as a source of general information to help you better understand the complex system of laws governing the resolution of a work injury case. To compliment those resources, I also post weekly blogs -- or New Jersey Work Injury Insights -- on timely workers compensation issues and law.
I also provide general information on three primary benefits available under the New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Law, specifically:New Jersey Workers' Compensation Hearing Offices throughout the State of New Jersey with directions on how to find each one.
New Jersey Workers’ Compensation
lawyers examine whether a partnership enjoys
Plaintiff instituted a third-party negligence action against a number of parties for her work injury including the lessee of the premises, a general partnership in which her employer was a partner. She had been injured at work and received NJ workers' comp benefits from her employer including a permanency award. Arguing that the immunity provided by N.J.S.A. 34:15-8 applied, the partnership sought summary judgment. The partnership contended that it was entitled to share in the immunities provided to those partners because the partnership shared liability for the actions of its agents. The court concluded that under the New Jersey Workers' Compensation Act the partnership was a separate entity, a third-party. Further, the Revised Uniform Partnership Act reflected an evolution in the legal theory of partnerships, adopting the entity theory and rejecting the common-law notion of a partnership being an aggregate of its partners. Pursuant to the express language of both statutes, and the general policies of the Act, the partnership was not entitled to the immunity provided by N.J.S.A. 34:15-8 to its partner, the employer of plaintiff.
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