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Senate Approves Bill to Expand Reach of Claimant Attorney Fees

Monday, April 16, 2018 | 366 | 0 | 45 min read

The New Jersey State Senate has approved a bill that requires claimant attorneys fees to be based on all benefits received by the client after a representation agreement is signed, not just the amount of the award that is in excess of the amount the claimant already received. Senate Bill 2145 would amend Revised Statute 34:14-64 a(1)c to state that fees must be based on benefits paid “after the establishment of an attorney client relationship pursuant to a written agreement, and the amount of the judgment or award in excess of the amount of compensation, theretofore offered.” ...

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