If you are ever injured in your workplace, you may know that your employer offers workers' compensation insurance. However, you may know little about this benefit and how it works. Here is some information about workers' comp and what you should do to protect your rights when you are injured on the job:
What does workers' compensation actually pay for?
Workers' compensation insurance helps cover the cost of your medical expenses when you incur an on-the-job injury. However, there are additional benefits that can be paid by workers' comp, such as the following:
What can cause your workers' compensation to be denied?
Although workers' compensation is put in place for your protection, in some instances, it may be denied, even though your illness or injury is work-related. Here are a few reasons for a denial:
If you are injured in your workplace, contact a workers' compensation lawyer in your local area.Share
8 August 2017
It can be hard to know what to do to protect yourself legally in the immediate aftermath of a car accident. You’re liable to be disoriented or in shock, you may be injured, and you’re surely worried about your passenger or the other driver. At least, that’s how I felt. The thing is, the things you say and do in the immediate aftermath of an accident may affect a legal case later. Depending on who’s at fault and what the laws are in your state, you may want to sue the other driver for damages, or you may find yourself being sued. My blog is designed to give you tips for a car accident lawsuit, no matter which side you find yourself on.