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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

NJ Workers Compensation Court Disrupted by Storm

The latest updates from the power companies advise that the New Brunswick Court will not have power until some time Friday, November 9, 2012. Lebanon Court may not have power until tomorrow, November 8, 2012. If power is not restored in Lebanon tonight, November 7, 2012, Lebanon cases will continue to be heard in Mount Arlington.

"Beginning November 7, 2012: if the Lebanon Workers’ Compensation Court remains closed, all lists scheduled for Lebanon will be heard in the Mount Arlington Workers’ Compensation Court. If the New Brunswick Workers’ Compensation Court remains closed, all lists scheduled for New Brunswick will be heard in the Elizabeth Workers’ Compensation Court. Click here to find directions to these offices."

Check the NJ DWC website for current updates.

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