Willingboro, NJ asked in Personal Injury for New Jersey

Q: I broke my hand at a daycare 2 years ago it is not functioning well since can I still sew the daycare

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Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
  • Little Neck, NY
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: It could depend on how you broke your hand. If you broke it as a visitor, parent, contractor, or similar-type capacity, you would need to show some form of negligence on the part of the facility that led to the broken hand. If you broke your hand in the capacity of an employee, that might be a workers' comp matter. Additional details would be helpful for an attorney in evaluating your situation meaningfully, some of which are a closer look at the timeline, and whether you took any steps to place the entity on notice of an injury claim. One option is to reach out to attorneys to try to arrange a free initial consult. Good luck

Gerald D. Siegel
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  • Plainsboro Township, NJ
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: The urgent issue is whether the time to file a lawsuit has expired. You don't state the exact date of your accident. I would run, not walk to a personal injury or workers comp layer today.

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