New Jersey’s Supreme Court has made it easier for public safety officers to prove that a “traumatic event” caused injuries that forced them into early retirement, making them eligible for accidental disability benefits.
The court decided to abandon a 22-year-old doctrine that required claimants to prove a “great rush of force or uncontrollable power” caused their debilitating injuries.
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