Mayo Law can help you figure out if you are entitled to workers compensation. We understand the complicated New Jersey legal system and will handle your case with your best interests in mind.
Common questions about workers compensation include: Do I have a New Jersey workers compensation case? The best way to find out about your eligibility is to take advantage of our free legal evaluation. Our attorneys will be sure your claim is filed within the necessary time period and will fight to get you the benefits you deserve. If you have been already been denied, contact Mayo & Russ. We can help you get your compensation. Why shouldn’t I handle my workers compensation claim without an attorney? The New Jersey legal system is complicated. Our experienced attorneys can help you understand the process and help you get the best possible compensation.
- An attorney can help you in other situations:
- When an insurance company threatens to stop your checks. In New Jersey, the insurance company cannot stop your checks without taking specific legal actions.
- When you are told you can go back to work even though you don’t feel ready. Mayo Law can fight for more time off from work.
- If you have a scar on your head, face, or neck you may be entitled to an additional payment.
- If you dislike the workers compensation system, you may be able to settle for a lump sum payment
- If your work injury was caused by a defective product, you may be eligible for additional compensation.
If you are in any of the above situations, you need to contact Mayo Law immediately.How much will it cost to contact Mayo Law? It is free to consult Mayo Law about your workers compensation eligibility. We won’t charge you unless we get your compensation. You are not required to use our services and we will tell you if we don’t think you need an attorney.
When you hire Mayo Law, we advance the expenses and costs to your workers compensation claim. We don’t get paid unless and until we get your money. This arrangement is called a contingency fee. Mayo & Russ will tell you up front what our percentage will be and this amount is set by law.