Injured Worker’s Nightmare—Employer Has No Insurance Have you been injured on the job only to find out that your employer did not carry insurance for work-related injuries? Although being an uninsured injured worker is a nightmare, it is possible to receive benefits. Find out more from a New Jersey workers’ compensation attorney here, in this video.

If your employer let their insurance policy lapse or blatantly ignored the state’s law to carry workers’ comp insurance, you may be able to get medical treatment and temporary disability benefits under NJ Uninsured Employer’s Fund; however, this fund does not provide a financial award. In order to qualify for any of these benefits, you must immediately bring your workers’ comp matter to them. During this time, you should also contact an experienced New Jersey workers’ comp lawyer for help pursuing a claim against your employer for not carrying insurance.

Gaylord Popp, LLC may be able to help you acquire a financial award for your work-related injuries. Call Samuel M. Gaylord, a qualified Trenton workers’ comp attorney, for help seeking compensation at 888-716-8086 or 609-771-8611 for a free consultation today.