I work at local deli and around a week ago I had an injury with the deli slicer. Went to the doctor, payed with my own insurance, may need possible surgery. I work under the table and I was wondering can I get some compensation for it as well as m...
In NJ you can collect all your worker's compensation benefits, whether or not you work on the books or off. As long as you/your lawyer can prove employment, then you are legally entitled to medical care, temporary disability payments, and an award for any permanent disability under the statute.
It is a fairly common issue.
The problem may be in proving your rate of pay which will determine the disability rates.See question