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Multi-Vehicle Crash in Parsippany Fatally Injures Three Victims

A multi-vehicle crash occurred in Parsippany, New Jersey that fatally injured three victims and injured another. On Friday morning, around 1:45 am, the fatal accident took place near exit 45 on Route 80. Three vehicles were involved in the multi-vehicle crash, and one car caught fire, trapping the victims inside.

Motor vehicle accidents that take place late at night or early in the morning may be caused by drowsy driving, distracted driving, or speeding. If the crash involves more than one vehicle, the results could be devastating and leave several victims with serious injuries. A multi-vehicle accident or chain reaction crash could occur because of construction equipment obstructing the road or an initial incident that leads to more due to drivers failing to use caution around the accident site.

If you or your loved ones became seriously injured in a car accident and need skilled legal representation,

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Eye Injuries at Work

An injury to the eye is a serious matter that can lead to permanent impairment. When an eye injury occurs at work, the victim needs to seek immediate medical attention. Injuries to the eye can cause temporary or permanent loss of vision, blurred vision, and lifelong disability. Workers’ Compensation benefits provide injured workers with compensation to cover their medical expenses, loss of wages, and disability.

Industries with a High Risk for Eye Injuries

Vision is vital for our quality of life, independence, and productivity. Protecting our sense of sight should be a top priority for everyone, especially for those who face an increased risk for eye injuries at work. Industries with the highest risk for eye injuries include:

  • Welding
  • Construction
  • Machinists
  • Manufacturing
  • Automotive
  • Food Industry
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Mining
  • Offshore workers
  • Oil and gas industry
  • Office work requiring long hours on the computer
  • Medical professionals exposed to body fluids
  • Electricians
  • Plumbers
  • Carpentry
  • Maintenance


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Steps to Take if You are Injured at Work

A workplace injury can lead to costly medical bills and time missed from work. All New Jersey employers are required to provide New Jersey Workers’ Compensation insurance to cover their employees that are injured on the job. Workers’ Compensation benefits cover all medical expenses related to a worker’s injury and provide much needed compensation for lost wages due to an extended recovery period.

In some cases, Workers’ Compensation benefits are initially denied. This does not mean that the injured worker cannot claim compensation. An experienced Workers’ Compensation lawyer can appeal the initial denial and help the injured worker claim the maximum amount of compensation available to them under the law.

What to Do if You are Injured at Work

The most important thing to do if you are injured at work is to address your injuries. Medical intervention is the top priority in getting a worker’s injury stabilized and getting the victim transported to a nearby emergency room,

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