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 A class of patients who allege that they were overcharged for needed medical services including: blood tests, drugs and durable goods, filed a class action lawsuit recently.

The Polar Vortex: Workers’ Warned to Prepare for Exposure to Cold Temperatures

 Weather forecasters have warned that the Eastern US will be subject of a major climate change over the next few days

Talc-Cancer Lawsuits Mount Against Johnson & Johnson

Johnson & Johnson continues to be hit with verdicts in cancer cases flowing from exposure to its baby powder that contained talc.

 NJ Workers' Compensation Rates to Increase in 2019

Gelman on Workers' Compensation Law 3rd Ed. 2019 Update

The 2019 Supplement for NJ Workers' Compensation Law will be shipping shortly. Order now!

The firm of Jon L. Gelman is a specialty law office concentrating its practice in the litigation of catastrophic and serious injuries resulting from work-related exposures and traumatic events. Our clients are located throughout the United States.

We are dedicated to utilizing our knowledge and skills in conjunction with the most modern technology to provide the best possible legal representation. Our practice is built on a strong foundation of in-depth knowledge of the subject matter which is reflected in the 3-volume treatise entitled Workers' Compensation Law , (Thomson-West), that we authored, and in the 3-volume national treatise, Modern Compensation Law, (Thomson-West), that we co-authored.

Our scope of representation ranges from complex workers' compensation actions to product liability claims throughout the country.

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