Contact the state you live in workmans comp office and file a complaint.
Probably so, provided you file in time, etc.
You can collect workmen's comp and file for ca state disability in some states. You cannot do this in other states.
Contact your employers Human Resource Department, but immediately tell your direct supervisor.
Shouldn't affect your ability to file a claim, but there are deadlines so don't delay.
Because Workers Comp and disability are health issues, you can file for unemployment, but you have to qualify for them under Kentucky's laws like everyone else.
Yes you must file a tax return, reporting all income from whatever source.
Hi~ It is my very recent personal experience that you will not be successful in receiving benefits for your new injury. They will jump on the opinion that this is a pre-existing condition. But STILL file your claim as quickly as possible! (Hopefully you either had witnesses to the injury or it occured just days or hours ago....)
File away; worker's comp cases may be the kind of debt the company must pay regardless of their chapter 11 status. Ask your attorney handling your case.
It varies by state but in all cases, it isn't long. File your case early, and don't fail to file just because you don't know if it's too late. In Pennsylvania, it is three (3) years.
i was working under the table for my boss and i got hurt is my boss liable for paying my medical bills and how long do i have to file a claim
Yes, workmans compensation.