The New Jersey Supreme Court on Monday ruled that an employment contract limiting a worker’s right to sue a third party after an injury is unenforceable.
The court, in a unanimous ruling, said such waiver provisions run afoul of the public policy of protecting employees’ rights and the plain language of the Workers’ Compensation Act.
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