Worker’s Compensation

When It’s a Good Idea to Hire an Attorney for Your Workers’ Compensation Case.

If you have been injured at work, you may be considering filing a workers’ compensation claim. Workers’ compensation claims are meant to provide injured workers with a quick and efficient way to get compensated for their work-related injuries. So does that mean you don’t need to hire an attorney if you are making a workers’ compensation claim? Not exactly. Some Signs That You Should Hire An Attorney. If your situation is a simple, straight-forward case, like perhaps a twisted ankle or a cut that required a few stitches, then you probably won’t need an attorney to assist you. On the other hand,...

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Workers’ Compensation 101.

What happens if you get injured on the job and can’t work? Where do you get the money to pay for your medical bills? You’ve probably heard of the answer: it’s workers’ compensation. But you might not know how workers’ compensation works. So let’s take a look. The Basics of Workers’ Compensation. Workers’ compensation is a type of insurance program that employers pay into to provide their workers with an efficient and quick way to receive money for their work-related injuries. While the claim process is supposed to be straight-forward, there are certain procedures that must be followed to file a valid claim. Also,...

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Injured at Work? Not Doing This Just Might Get You Denied Coverage.

If you get injured while on the job, there are some things you should do to protect your rights and your health. File a Report. The first thing you need to do if you are injured on the job is to file an injury report with your employer. Failing to do this within 24-48 hours after the accident could get you denied worker’s compensation. If your employer doesn’t have worker’s compensation, then you need to file whatever type of injury report your employer accepts. Again, if you do not do this, you may get denied whatever alternative injury coverage your employer...

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