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Worker's compensation insurance varies depending on each state. It helps to consult a lawyer if you are having and problems with worker's compensation. As long as a doctor has said you cannot return to work becasue of a work related injury, worker's compenstation insurance should be in effect.

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Hi~ However long the Workman's Compensation carrier's health provider has you on treatment that requires your time away from your work.

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A person receives workers compensation when they are injured at work. The time you stay on workers compensations depends on how injured you are and what your doctor orders are.

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about 3to8 months

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Q: How long can an injured employee stay on worker's compensation?
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This depends on a large part on the insurance that you are covered by. This period could be as short as 6 months to as long as a lifetime compensation. You should call your insurance company to inquire.

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What is the average workers comp lump sum settlement when an employees falls on the job?

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How long does your employer have to hold you position after you are injured on the job?

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