Probably so, provided you file in time, etc.
You can get compensated for an injury if it is at fault from someone else (such as an auto accident) through a civil lawsuit proceeding. You do not need to have a job to get compensated for your injury.
If the accident happened at work, then yes, the victim could be compensated for that amputation.
he did have a car accident
Most states that I am aware of do not have a 'formula' to compensate accident victims, I belive that workers comp. etc, might, but all claims/injuries stand alone, and are investigated, evaluated on their own merit. You will be compensated the amount that is due to put you back in the place/condition you were prior to the accident, (subject of course, to exclusions/policy limits etc).
It depends on what type of insurance policy you have. Some states have the "no-fault" insurance policies wherein the insured party may be compensated regardless of who is at fault in the accident.
Immediately. If you do not, they will think the employee is lying, and will be thouroughly investigated. Most likely, if you do not report it immediately, you will not be compensated.
It depends entirely on your insurance, the other driver's insurance, who's at fault and what injuries and damage were involved. Nobody should 'make' money due to an accident, but they should be put back in the shape they were before the accident or compensated for what can't be returned to the original status.
you get what you are due....to put you and your vehicle in pre accident condition nothing more nothing less......
no you won`t get it. You require both car insurance and it must be registered on your name.
It will be tough but not impossible. One alternative to this is getting a work comp policy - this is only accident coverage but its better than no health insurance at all.
Stephen Hawking did not have an accident. When he was in college he was diagnosed with motor neurone disease which led to his current condition.
Depends on your condition
SquareTrade and WorthAveGroup offer camera insurance. In the event that your camera is broken or lost in an accident, you can be compensated. This type of insurance is best for very expensive cameras.
He got in a Jet ski accident and was in critical condition when he was sent to the hospital, but he is in stable condition now
NO, If they were at fault then they were at fault and are liable for the damages and injuries they caused. If a medical condition was a contributory cause of the accident, that has no effect on their legal liability.
An accident is something that happens unexpectedly and unintentionally, typically resulting in damage or injury. A consequence is a result or effect of an action or condition. So an accident could have many consequences.
Your insurance policy most likely has a clause that protects you up to a certin amount if you are in an accident with an uninsured driver. You can also hire a lawer and sue the other driver for any damages (along with lawer and court fees).
Yes. If you were at fault then you are liable for the damages you incurred.
He had survived the accident but he was still in a critical condition in hospital.
no, its illegal as it is not your fault We do not have a great deal of information here, but all accidents are at least partially your fault. The company may terminate you if they determine it is your fault and driving is part of your job. Normally one accident will not cause termination unless it is gross negligence or you are a very new employee. If it is your third accident, then termination would be reasonable.
Driver's licensure is a condition of getting auto insurance.
your insurance company will pay for the repairs. You may even have a policy that waives the deductible. Be sure to know all your options before accepting a settlement.