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.
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
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.
no I didn't get a form for workmens comp
Do i need to file income taxes ,workmens comp did not send me a 1099? I did not file last year 2007 because i asked workmens comp. for a 1099 they did not send ...so i assumed i did not need to file. Can i file both years?
I am self employed in Ohio. Am I required to have workmens comp on myself.
no you don't these taxes have already been taken care of by the employer you are not responsible for said same
No they can't, if it has only to do with being on WC.
NO, if you are out with work comp you get paid thru them.
A insurance provided by employers for injured employees. There is a provision in Texas law whereby an employer may elect not to purchase workmens' comp insurance. About 33% of Texas employers do not have WC insurance.
You should be treated like any other employee when on WC. If others do, you do. If not, I don't know why you would be singled out.
It depends on the policy of your employer...I believe.
You can find lawyers in the phone book that specialise in workmens comp cases.Also there are lawyer refferal offices.Can check with Better business buero to see if any complaints on lawyer.
Yes you can be fired will on workman's comp. Going on disability or WCI does not pardon you from any terminable offenses.
You are allowed up to three employees before you have to do workman's comp.
No you can not, and you can get in a lot of trouble for doing so.
yes, but if you get caught, you will lose the workman comp payments In other words, you can't do it legally.
I'm bot 100% sure but you probably can, people sue for everything but this would probably be an accepted court case.
no, unless you owe them for a fraudulent claim you received funds from.
In general, it should be reported when it happens so that the employers workmens comp insurance can know that you didn't receive the injury at home.