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Social Remedial Legislation: Justices Struggle to Maintain Liberal Aspects of the Workers' Compensation Act

NJ Supreme Court Review 1999-2000

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The New Jersey Supreme Court, struggling to maintain the remedial social aspects of the Workers’ Compensation Act, adopted a liberal “quantification of disability” rule to determine the Statute of Limitations date to be utilized in occupational disease claims.

Order in the Comp Courts: Rulings this Year Mandated Specific Evidentiary and Jurisdictional Standards

NJ Supreme Court Review 1996-97

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This was the year that the Court mandated that workers’ compensation actions must comply with specific evidentiary and jurisdictional standards. In a series of cases, the New Jersey Supreme Court highlighted the necessity of strict adherence to the requirements of the Law for those practicing before the Division of Workers’ Compensation. 

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