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Navigating the Storm: Your Guide to Understanding and Handling Work-Related Neck Injuries in New Jersey

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Many people work hard every day in New Jersey, from building tall buildings to sitting at computers. But did you know that some of these jobs can cause neck injuries? Even simple tasks can sometimes hurt our necks. The NJ Workers' Compensation system is designed to handle these types of injuries.

Pre-existing Injuries in New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Claims

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An employee is injured on the job in New Jersey. The injury is to a body part that the employee had also injured in the past. The past injury is a condition existing prior to suffering the current work accident. If the workplace accident aggravates the pre-existing injury, the worker may be eligible for workers' compensation benefits.

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