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High Court to Decide if DWC Has Jurisdiction Over Resident's N.Y. Injury Claim

Friday, August 4, 2017 | 913 | 0 | 0 min read

The New Jersey Supreme Court will review an appellate decision that granted the New Jersey Division of Workers' Compensation jurisdiction over a state resident's workers' compensation claim, even though he was injured in New York. The state's high court accepted review in the case of Keith Williams v. Raymours Furniture Co. on July 20. Williams applied online to work at Raymours Furniture Co. in Suffern, New York, about 20 miles north of his Paterson, New Jersey, home. He went in for an interview, then accepted the job offer over the phone at his home. In 2014, he tripped ove...

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