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A recession can bring an increase of unemployed workers. This results in more unemployment compensation claims being filed and paid, meaning more people are collecting unemployment benefits.


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Can you receive unemployment after settling your workers comp claim?

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In the state of CT can you collect workers' compensation and unemployment at the same time?

No. Workers' comp is for people unable to work because of workplace injury. Unemployment comp is for people able to do work but unable to find work.


I'm on permanent layoff. If workers compensation should start to pay can I still draw unemployment?

Yes, your should still be able to draw unemployment in addition to workers comp. However, you should still check with your state.


If you were sick and got fired can you get unemployment in Ohio?

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Is workers compensation reported on a 1099 form?

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