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Counsel Fees in Dependent Spouse Claims May Be Based On The Life Expectancy Of The Dependent Spouse, Not 450 Weeks

By on August 7, 2019 in Claims with 0 Comments

In an important reported decision, and one of first impression at the Appellate level, the Court in Collas v. Raritan River Garage, A-3103-17T4, (App. Div. July 19, 2019), held that the Judge of Compensation was correct in basing the counsel fee of petitioner on petitioner’s life expectancy, not limited to 450 weeks, as has been […]

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Counsel Fees In New Jersey Workers’ Comp Are Not Limited To 20%

By on March 1, 2012 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments

Failure to make timely payment of temp benefits may subject employer to enhanced fees We have previously written about the matter of Qureshi v. Cintas Corporation, A-2703-10T2 (App.Div. February 15, 2012) in prior legal updates.  The case has now made its third appearance before the Appellate Division. The initial issue before the court was whether […]

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