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New Jersey Bans Medical Providers From Charging Claimants for Work-Related Medical Expenses
Posted on 23 Nov 2012 by John Geaney

New Jersey, like many states, has had an ongoing problem with physicians and hospitals that balance bill injured workers for work-related care. This problem has become more acute in the age of managed care reductions where medical providers dispute the... Read More

New Jersey Court Affirms Death Benefits Award for Pulmonary Embolism Caused by Unusual Level of Inactivity
Posted on 2 Jul 2011 by Thomas A. Robinson

Introduction When my mentor, Arthur Larson, finished the first edition of his oft-cited treatise on workers' compensation law nearly sixty years ago, the "typical" American worker spent his or her work day in a factory, mill, or on a... Read More

New Jersey Bans Medical Providers From Charging Claimants for Work-Related Medical Expenses
Posted on 23 Nov 2012 by John Geaney

New Jersey, like many states, has had an ongoing problem with physicians and hospitals that balance bill injured workers for work-related care. This problem has become more acute in the age of managed care reductions where medical providers dispute the... Read More

NJ: Governor Christie Wants to Put Medical Marijuana Law on Hold
Posted on 27 May 2010 by LexisNexis Workers' Comp Law Newsroom Staff

TRENTON, NJ - Governor Chris Christie wants an extension of time to give his administration six months to a year to resolve legal and security issues regarding the legalization of medical marijuana that was signed into law by former Governor Jon Corzine... Read More