Aggravation or Exacerbation Claims

It is important to note that while workers are eligible for workers' compensation benefits resulting from injuries sustained as a result of on-the-job activity, an aggravation of a pre-existing medical condition may also qualify workers for benefits.

These types of claims, however, tend to be challenging. Employers and insurance companies frequently try to deny claims, claiming that all information has not been disclosed by the worker or he or she has not been fully honest about the condition.

When a worker has had surgery to a body part and injuries occur later on in a new accident, the injury is covered under workers' compensation. If the worker denied or did not fully disclose this history, however, an employer may successfully deny benefits.

If you or someone close to you has suffered an injury as a result of a pre-existing condition, we are ready to take our decades of experience to work for you.

New Jersey Exacerbated Injury Attorneys

Our lawyers at Parisi & Gerlanc can reach out to medical professionals to review the circumstances of your workplace accident re-injury and to document the short- and long-term consequences of your work-related injury and any ongoing disability. In order to stay on top of the paperwork and ensure deadlines are met, we employ top-notch, diligent professionals who know the ins and outs of filing for workers' comp benefits in New Jersey. We take the time to listen to each client's concerns, answer questions and communicate what is happening with each case.

To schedule a free initial consultation to discuss workplace injuries with one of our Bergen County aggravated injury attorneys, call 551-587-8915 or contact us via email.