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Employees who are injured at work have the right to file a workers’ compensation claim petition in workers’ compensation court. However, before a workers’ compensation claim petition can be finalized, the existence of several liens must be identified and addressed. These liens include Medicare, Medicaid, child support, State of New Jersey temporary disability lien, workers’ compensation lien on a third-party lawsuit, health insurance carrier lien and attorney lien.

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