Employee Privacy Laws in New Jersey

You have a right to privacy—in both your personal and professional lives. Although you must give up a certain degree of your privacy while at work, there are limits to the private information an employer can ask you to turn over or use against you.  Privacy is one of the... Continue Reading

What can I do if I get COVID-19 on the Job?

COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc throughout the nation. Governments are doing what they can to bring it under control. But proactive action by everyone, including companies, is required to get the pandemic under control. Companies have been given a great deal of flexibility to balance the... Continue Reading

Understanding New Jersey’s No Fault System

New Jersey is a state that follows no fault laws pertaining to workers’ compensation. If you are located in the state and have gotten injured or ill while on the job, you have the right to claim workers’ comp benefits. The reason for workers compensation insurance being available in the... Continue Reading

4 Most Common Internal Injuries in Car Accidents

Automobile accidents are often abrupt and could result in serious, potentially life-changing injuries. Unfortunately, however, significant internal injuries might not always be noticed by an accident victim during the incident's immediate aftermath. Ashton E. Thomas, an Elizabeth personal... Continue Reading

Most Dangerous Jobs in New Jersey

You can rest knowing that New Jersey isn't among the top states to get a workplace injury. However, there are still a lot of occupations that can lead to employees going to a hospital. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, around 27,500 workers in New Jersey couldn't do their jobs... Continue Reading