Categories for Workers’ Compensation

Curbside Document Signings at Chamlin, Uliano & Walsh

June 16, 2020
Curbside Document Signings at Chamlin, Uliano & Walsh

We strive to deliver the highest level of service, support, and legal guidance in every case we handle, while maintaining a safe environment for our staff and our clients. One of the many ways our Law Firm has adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic is by providing curbside document signing. We are proud to offer this […]

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James J. Uliano, Esq Installed as Secretary of the Monmouth Bar Association

May 26, 2020

The Monmouth Bar Association Officers were installed on May 21st At Chamlin Uliano & Walsh we are happy to share with our clients and the community that Partner, James J. Uliano, Esq. was installed as the 2020-2021 Secretary of the Monmouth Bar Association. Because of the current situation with the Coronavirus and its restrictions the […]

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Is it Important to Have Representation from Both a Workers Compensation and a Personal Injury Attorney in Third Party Cases?

April 10, 2020
Is it Important to Have Representation from Both a Workers Compensation and a Personal Injury Attorney in Third-Party Cases?

As a Partner in the firm, Mr. Uliano practices in the Litigation Department handling Criminal Law matters in Municipal Court as well as Superior Court. Mr. Uliano is also involved in Plaintiff’s Personal Injury Litigation, Labor Law, and Estate Litigation. Based on his experience, in the following video, Mr. Uliano explains the importance of having […]

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Celebrating International Women’s Day 2020

March 9, 2020
Celebrating International Women’s Day 2020

At Chamlin, Uliano & Walsh, we can all do our part to ensure a fair and healthy experience for all women worldwide. On March 8, 2020, the world will celebrate International Women’s Day. Each year has a separate theme, and the 2020 theme is “I Am Generation Equality: Realizing Women’s Rights,” shining a light on […]

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Signing a Release of Liability or Medical Authorization after an Accident

February 21, 2020
Why You Shouldn’t Sign a Release of Liability or Medical Authorization after an Accident

Injury Attorneys serving clients in West Long Branch, Red Bank, Colts Neck, Asbury Park, and across Monmouth County. Insurance companies are often more focused on their bottom line, and despite the temptation of getting your claim settled quickly, you should not sign any insurance liability release or medical authorizations forms without experienced legal counsel. As […]

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Five Most Common Workplace Accidents in NJ

December 6, 2019
Five Most Common Workplace Accidents

Workplace Injury Attorneys serving clients in West Long Branch, Red Bank, Point Pleasant, Wall, and across the Jersey Shore Anyone living and working in New Jersey knows how difficult it is to make ends meet.  Often, people work overtime or as many shifts as they can to pay bills, save money, and provide a better […]

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Some General Principles Of Workers’ Compensation Law

July 11, 2019
Employer Responsibility For Employee Actions Under Respondeat Superior Doctrine

Workers Compensation is a statutory method of providing benefits to an employee (or his or her dependents) who suffer personal injury or death by accident or occupational exposure or disease (be it psychological, cardiovascular, asbestos, etc.) arising out of and in the course of employment. Fault and negligence are usually not relevant factors, until and […]

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The Differences Between Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation

May 14, 2019
The Differences Between Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation

There are two different ways for an individual who is injured to recover compensation for their expenses, and potentially punitive damages as well; personal injury claims and workers’ compensation claims. There are a number of differences between the two, and when an injured individual may qualify for one or the other. The simplest way to […]

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Why Seeing a Doctor Is Critical After an Accident

March 5, 2018
Monmouth County NJ Workers' Compensation Attorneys

When individuals are injured in accidents, it might seem obvious that it is a great idea to see a medical professional right away. However, with the hectic lifestyles, many of us employ, if we feel fine after an accident, it may be tempting to skip the annoyance of a doctor’s visit and just carry on. Unfortunately, […]

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Bad Actors in Workers’ Compensation Claims

February 19, 2018
Monmouth County NJ Workers' Comp Attorneys

Bad actors are defined by Merriam-Webster as “unruly, or contentious individuals”. The legal definition of bad actors can be in some ways more specific, but in others hard to pin down. Bad actors in workers’ compensation claims may be corrupt healthcare providers, doctors, employers, and even those who file fraudulent claims. Today, our workers’ compensation attorneys will […]

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