Legal Question in Workers Comp in New Jersey

my employers ins co offered me a settlement on the basis that i have a 25% loss of the hand what does that pay in nj?

Asked on 2/25/13, 11:44 am

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Manfred Ricciardelli Manfred F. Ricciardell, Jr., LLC
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The answer depends on the year of your injury, the rates are different every year, and possibly how much money you earn. By example, if the injury occurred in 2011 and you gross at least $302 per week, you would get a gross award of $12,923.75. If you have a lawyer, you should contact him for the exact figure and approximate deductions for costs, fees etc. If you don't have a lawyer, and the insurance company is making a voluntary offer of 25% of the hand, you should contact a lawyer.

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Answered on 2/25/13, 12:12 pm
Jef Henninger, Esq Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq.
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As the other attorney said, you should have a lawyer review this case for you. Call me anytime at 732/773/2768

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Answered on 2/25/13, 1:29 pm

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