Phil Murphy agrees to pay hikes for N.J. judges, top officials Hand and Foot Bill Update_5-10-18 New Jersey Passes Laws on Sick Leave and Pay Equity; Will Tackle Worker Misclassification Fracking and Occupational Diseases: Gasland or FrackNation? Multiple Chemical Sensitivities: The Next Big Workers’ Compensation “Thing?” New Study Says Employer-Directed Choice of MD May Actually Increase Overall Claim Costs Governor Murphy, Lieutenant Governor Oliver Announce the Release of Final Transition Committee Reports Phil Murphy could revive the power of public labor unions in New Jersey Assembly Speaker Taps Downey To Chair Human Services Committee, Houghtaling To Be Vice Chair Of Agriculture And Regulatory Oversight Mukherji is new Majority Whip Arsenault Departs as Co. Counsel to Become Judge of Compensation Murphy announces senior leadership team Asaro-Angelo nominated to be Labor commissioner Labor Unions Hoping for a ‘Brighter Opportunity’ Under Murphy High Court Voids Waiver of Third-Party Liability in Employment Contract An American Sickness: How Workers’ Compensation Fell into the Same Abyss as Health Insurance The Road Ahead: Adjusting To Life After An Injury New Jersey approves workers comp rate decrease Murphy releases full transition team membership Sen.-elect Brown forms committee to vet Superior Court judges 130 county workers get raises with new $15 minimum wage What Murphy just said about N.J. minimum wage hike, millionaire’s tax NJ Election Results 2017: Gopal Ousts Beck In 11th District Thousands of Northeast Carpenters Get Out The Vote on Election Day 2017 NJCOSH endorses Senate President Steve Sweeney Court to Decide Cross-State Issue in Workers’ Comp Case About NJCOSH New Jersey Council on Safety and Health (NJCOSH) is a non-profit organization founded in 1992 by a handful of dedicated Workers’ Compensation attorneys as the first New Jersey Bar Association in their field. Our organization is comprised of petitioners’ Workers’ Compensation attorneys, treating physicians, union members and any other interested party. NJCOSH members work together to fight for the rights of injured workers and their families throughout New Jersey.