my lawyer said to me the workmens comp ins comp. said to give them a number for my pay out. how do i do this? i live in cali
you will lose your benefits and may have to pay back what they already provided. plus all the legal and collection fees
NO you can not lose your pay. If you are back to work light duty and need to see the work comp doctor or therapy then you receive your pay and work comp * If you are out of work due to an injury you WILL NOT RECEIVE YOUR REGULAR PAYCHECK from your employer. In a nut shell; you go to work, your employer pays you. If you cannot go to work due to a workmens comp claim you will have to file for comp from the State or the insurer. In the State of Nevada you only receive about 45 cents on the dollar compaired to what you would receive had you worked for your employer. * WCI benefits are paid to a worker when the person cannot perform the duties attributed to his or her job. The employee CANNOT receive regular pay and WCI benefits at the same time.
There are no taxes on workers comp
no you don't these taxes have already been taken care of by the employer you are not responsible for said same
Even though you're out of work due to a worker's comp case, your premiums for your medical insurance still need to be paid. Just keep in mind that your medical insurance pays for medical illness and isn't related to worker's comp. Your employer may be willing to help you pay the premiums until you get back to work.
they may find you employment, anywhere of similar distance from your home, similar to travel currently. The employment, MUST, be within your work restrictions. Employer is responsible to pay you at your workmans comp rate.
I'm bot 100% sure but you probably can, people sue for everything but this would probably be an accepted court case.
I doubt it.
Workers compensation benefits are governed by the law of the state in which payments are due. As such, the duration of payments vary. Additionally, most states require the injured person to regularly attend medical care/therapy, report to the workers compensation caseworker and, when medically released for work, mount a good faith job search.
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.
Welfare or The dole or Public Assistance or Workmens Comp or Disability pay or Entitlements
It doesn't, unless the accident occurred while the person was driving a company owned vehicle and actually working on the job at the time of the accident.
i worked a second job and notified workmens comp that i had a second job, but it was taking care of my handicapped daughter which only required me to monitor her and watch her preform her daily duties
No, workman's comp does not inclide holiday pay.
Workman's Comp is for employees. If you are the owner and operator, you need standard health insurance. Health insurance won't pay for your lost wages, won't pay survivor benefits, and if you receive a serious injury, who will pay for your health insurance? Comp has lifetime medical benefits for injuries, and it doesn't depend on future premiums. A less expensive option is Occupational Accident and Contingent Liability - they aren't the same as Comp, but they can meet your needs. Talk to your independent insurance agent and your (General) Contractor. Also, many states are "ladder states," meaning liability goes up the ladder until someone can pay, so your (General) Contractor is probably right in requiring you to either have Comp or take it out of your pay so he can carry it for you. Some states REQUIRE him to do this.
Sure you can run your own biz... but WC will not pay you any longer. It will be treated as a job. I suggest trying it - good to recover with an objective and desire
You need to check with your work comp state laws, but in most states you do not have to pay taxes on your settlement. You can usually google something like "your state-work comp laws".gov to find website.
according to california workman comp can an employee use his vac pay while out on Workman comp
My father is a pastor and has never received any type of pay or benefits. It is essentially like owning your own business. As the owner of a store you would not expect the workers to pay comp.same for church. Some churches will pay the pastor but its all up to the individual church. I'd imagine those that pay their pastor might voluntarily offer comp but there is no law requiring it. Hope that helps
No. All medical policies I've seen exclude benefits if worker's comp is mandated.
In most cases, if you are being paid by a state fund that businesses pay into, (workman's comp), you can forfeit your benefits and rights to future benefits regarding that claim because of unauthorized and/or illegal drug use.
Workers Compensation benefits are completely non-taxable for federal income taxes.
About 80% before taxes.
Yes. Under the Workers Comp Statute - at least in Michigan, any condition that is caused by, accelerated, or aggrevated by your employment, is compensible. You merely have to have a doctor indicate that your condition is a work related repetitive action injury. If your employer won't pay you workers comp benefits, you can initiate a claim against him. You are entitled to time lost from work, all out-of-pocket medical expenses, and mileage to and from your doctor's appointments.