Do you have to go to a workers comp doctor?
THis question can not be answered without knowing the state. Every state has different w/c laws, some allow you to see your own doctor, some require you to see a doctor chosen by the employer, some allow you to see your doctor for a time, then switch to one required by your employer.
First off I do not understand why no one that has a workers comp claim doesn't not go get a comp lawyer. workers comp pays for the comp lawyer. I would call the insurance company and ask why. then go get comp lawyer. Read More
Workers comp is not reported at all on your income tax return. Read More
In Canada yes. For example if you injury your back because you were doing heavy lifting and Workers Comp., sent you to a Chiropractor or physical therapy then after a few days to a few weeks and your doctor clears it then Workers Comp will make a deal with your employer to put you on light duty. This way the employer will pay half and Workers Comp will pay the other half until you are… Read More
No. Because the doctor has verified that are able to work, and you are receiving a normal paycheck on company time. Now a check from workers comp may overlap with your employer pay, but, once workers comp has been notified, that you are working, light duty or otherwise, those payments will stop. Read More
Sure hope so. I am in the same boat Read More
Yes, anyone that is hurt can claim workers comp. It doesnt matter what position you are on the job. If you get hurt at work you can claim workers comp. Read More
i have a workers comp case that is stress Read More
There are no taxes on workers comp Read More
do you have to have workers comp for family part time employees? Read More
This question was for Florida workers comp. Read More
I do not believe anyone should go on vacation when on workers comp. Workers compensations are for people with real disability cases. If you are leaving on vacation then you are able to go to work. Read More
if you are off work and leaving and get hurt is that workers comp Read More
How much do the state of Michigan workers comp pay for your milege to travel back andforth to the doctor?
they pay 4 billion Read More
Workers comp insurance has nothing to do with family members. Workers comp insurance is an insurance policy that your employer will have on if in case you get hurt at work. Read More
You purchase workers comp from the state and not a private insurance company. Read More
Probably - Workers' Comp is not an employment contract Read More
Tax debts have no bearing on your eligibility for workers comp. Read More
in wisconsin what is the settlement for workers comp, for a double hernia Read More
This is usually called "Workers' Compensation Insurance", or "Workers' Comp" / "Workmans Comp" for short. Read More
The average workers comp knee injury settlement is about $75,000. Read More
How much is a thum amputated finger worth in workers comp Read More
I worked for the state. I did not get workers comp until all my sick leave was used up. It came from a separate outfit. I did not get 2 checks. Once I could walk and drive a car, the doctor sent me back to work. Read More
Workman's comp doesn't "settle" where I live, It pays a portion of your wages while you recover. When your Doctor tells you that you are capable to work benefits end. Read More
I need to see who in Texas offers temorary (one month) of Workers comp? Read More
can an employer keep my vacation pay while out on workers comp? Read More
does workers comp require a drug screening upon injury Read More
As long as your class does not exceed the physical limitations put on you by the injury or your doctor, then yes Read More
There are many benefits of Liberty Mutual Workers Comp insurance. The best benefits to Liberty Mutual Workers Comp insurance would be the ability to get money when an employee gets injured. Read More
The workers comp insurance company requires the employer to insure all the employees. Read More
Unless your state is different, you normally receive workers comp only if you are unable to work. Read More
if you are on a no work status, are you required to go on interviews as per your Voc Rehab? Read More
Does an employer have to pay an employee wages and mileage to go to the doctor if it is workers comp claim?
The worker's comp law is slightly different in each state. Basically if an employee is injured in the course and scope of their work, they are entitled to having the cost of medical care paid, and if they miss time from work, they are to be paid for wages they miss. There ARE limits on how much the payments are. You should look up worker's comp for YOUR state. Read More
Unemployment and Workers Comp are two different programs, qualification for one does not depend on the other. Read More
Yes you do have to be injured at work to receive workers comp. That is why there are different types of leave from work due to injury. Workers comp is what you claim when injured at work. If you are injured away from work but cannot go back to work you would file under either short term or long term disability depending on how long you were required to be off for. Read More
If your workman comp doctor put you on light duty and your job says they dont have any light duty But you have second job that you have light duty can you work second job?
If your primary employer does not have work for you and told you to stay out on workers comp until you can work full duty then you need to not work at another job while you are on workers comp. Read More
You're not likely to get a reliable answer to this question, as workers' comp settlement information is confidential in most states. Read More
Workers Comp varies from state to state but in general, if you are an employer you must pay for Workers Comp for your employees. Most large contractors require their subs to show evidence of Workers Comp coverage. This is because the insurance companies will charge the GC if they can't show evidence of all workers being covered under other policies. So in general, yes, sub contractors have to pay for Workers Comp. Read More
Does someone know if you have to let a comp doctor perform an emg and ncv on you himself or do you have the right to have another doctor do it and give comp the report?
If your on workers comp you must use a comp related doctor do the EMG and or NCV test. In many cases an approval must be sought from your adjuster. After 30 years of being a workers comp patient I've had some exposure to the red tape involved in workers comp. In most cases your carrier will approve a EMG doctor that your primary w/c doctor sends you to for the test. Keep in mind… Read More
I'm not sure in NY but in Iowa you don't pay income tax on workers comp. Read More
No, Workers' Compensation Insurance is just for employers. You would have to obtain a commercial policy and possibly run into pre-existing issues. Read More
Usually workers comp is less than the Liability Insurance. The Liability is based off of the gross receipts where as the workers comp is the number of employees and their hourly rate. Read More
I believe that workers comp checks are exempt from all taxes. Read More
If they stop payments an case is still open 2years later due the have or back pay benefits Read More