They have a form for you to fill out. You can lose your benefits if you do not do this.. CC
You can move wherever you'd like. In a worker's compensation claim filing in which the employee resides in one state, was injured in another state, and is employed by a firm in yet another state, the employee can select which state's benefits are most generous. I was hired in Illinois, work in Wisconsin, and get injured in Michigan. Say Michigan has the best worker's compensation benefits, I can then select to file claim to Michigan standards, and the employer would be statutorily required to compensate the prescribed benefits.
In common law, this is called 'Choice of Law.'
Check with your the state in which you are receiving benefits Department of Labor...Workforce Development...and you'll eventually find your way to the Worker's Compensation Department- they will be able to answer your questions better than any one on here.
Contact the adjuster handling your case, they will surely know.
yes you are . * It depends on what activity caused the injury. If the person was engaging in irresponsible behavior he or she may not qualify for WCI benefits.
Yes, the insurance is kept but you must pay the full amount your employer paid. If not Cobra insurance will be offered at a very expensive rate.
That would depend on why you were demoted. If it was due to the workers comp alone it would be illegal, if it was for any other reason it would be normal business.
If you are being paid then no. However if concerned, check with the source of compensation as to the rules and guidelines such as Centrelink in Australia.
Answer is No workmens comp is only applicable to injuries sustained while on the job, damages to a vehicle are not part of workmens comp.
Yes, and if you're working out of state, you usually have the option to file in that state or your home state.
No you can not, and you can get in a lot of trouble for doing so.
There are 50 states in the United States. Each has its own rules concerning workman's compensation. In this state you can not sue your employer for firing you. In another state it is different. In your state you should probably check with a lawyer.
In most states the employer MUST carry Workmens Comp. It's the law. Check with your local wage and hour or whatever it's called in your state. Workmens Comp protects employees while on the job and pays for the medical costs when an accident occurs while at work. On the other hand, if you're talking about health insurance, employers are not required to carry medical policies for employees but many employers do because it is a good way to keep valuable employees from seeking other employment.
If you are collecting workman's compensation in the state of Florida, you cannot work. If they put you on light duty, they cannot reduce your pay.
Workers' compensation can be paid for a certain amount of time depending on the state. Workers' compensation is an insurance providing medical benefits and wage replacement while an injured employee is recovering.
An employer cannot fire you merely because you have filed a worker's compensation claim. However, you can be fired while on worker's compensation if there is just cause that is not related to the worker's compensation.
no, If you do this is workers compensation fraud!! If the workers compensation lawyers catch you doing anything you are telling them you can not do or holding down a job while your telling them you can not work you could be in big trouble.
every state is different. Typically, after 7 days of not working due to a work related injury then you will receive workers compensaton. 66 2/3 of your weekly pay.
Yes you can be fired will on workman's comp. Going on disability or WCI does not pardon you from any terminable offenses.
You do not get "free money" for being a veteran. You can receive disability compensation from the Department of Veterans Affairs for injuries and disabilities received while on active duty. The compensation received is not free, it is earned from the sacrifices made by the men and woman who have served this country in the Armed Forces.
Rights as an independent disturber home base business while collecting workers compensation
You cannot collect unemployment compensation while collecting temporary workman's compensation in the state of GA. However, it is would still be wise to file a claim just to be certain.
He receives a salary and had an expenses account to use while on government business. I do not what else you may mean by compensation.
it depends where you live
Crimes are like punishments while torts are more like compensation for the victim. Crimes are like punishments while torts are more like compensation for the victim.