If you have a permanent comp injury does the company have to accomidate you?
No, a company can't garnish a workman comp permanent disability check. Read More
Can a person work for one company and volunteer for a another company and use their workman's comp from the company they work for if they are injury at the volunteered place?
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The company has workers comp insurance and it's paid through that. Always. Read More
Most states don't allow you to file a suit if they have works comp. Workers compensation is an insurance to guard the company from claims of injury. Now you can how ever fight for benefits from the workers comp company. If the company knew of unsafe practices, equipment ect and a reasonable person would deem that the issue would lead to injury but the company disregarded it then you could sue the company. Read More
Depends on your percentage of permanent disability after surgery was paid for by your employer. Read More
If you have a workmans comp claim and settle out of court is the workmans comp company required to cover the same injury for the rest of your life if you hurt that area again will workmans comp pay?
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The average workers comp knee injury settlement is about $75,000. Read More
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It is illegal for a company to fire you after a Workmans Comp injury has been reported. Retain an injury lawyer ASAP. Good Luck Read More
If it was a legitimate workplace injury and you didn't commit fraud, the money is yours. It's not a loan. The idea behind workmans comp is that if you're injured on the job you still get part of your paycheck instead of suing the company for injury. Read More
Will your insurance company pay for medical problems that might arise if you choose not to use workmen's comp for an injury?
No. All medical policies I've seen exclude benefits if worker's comp is mandated. Read More
The average injury is a sprain or fracture. Read More
Yes. There are different types of workers compensation benefits available, and it might be necessary to file a claim to receive them. The employer (or its insurance company) must pay all medical bills related to a work-related injury. In addition, a person might be working reduced hours because of an injury, and might be entitled to receive temporary partial disability (TPD) payments. Finally, a person who is still working might still be entitled to a… Read More
It depends on the circumstances and the seriousness of the injury Read More
Workers compensation companies pay workers medical expenses and partial salary when they are injured on a job. The company has the right to investigate to make sure the injury is real and job related. Read More
Workers Compensation benefits are completely non-taxable. It would not make any difference whether or not you were able to return to work after the injury. Workers Compensation settlements are based on the percentage of permanent disability that you suffer from a work related injury. Read More
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Is my husband's employer responsible for paying for the injury that occured to him on the job even though the company does not have Worker's comp?
Yes they are responsible for anything not paid by your husband's health insurance. And, in the absence of Worker's Comp, you can take them to court if they refuse to pay. Read More
Do you qualify for workmens comp if your injury is caused by the work you do and not simply an accident?
It depends on the state you live in. If you live in California and the injury occured at work an you then were in an accident yes you can apply for workman comp as long as you reported the injury to the proper personnel the date the injury occured. Read More
Not having health insurance will not effect the Worker's Comp claim as long as the claim is directly related to an on the job injury. Worker's Comp is designed to help pay the medical bills directly related to an on the job injury. Health insurance generally does not pay for anything related to an on the job injury, because of Worker's Comp. Read More
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Yes. The workers comp settlement is compensation for past injury and loss of earning capacity, and is a finite amount. Social Security disability is for inability to work in the present and future and may be a permanent monthly stipend. Read More
YES, YOU HAVE 2 YEARS FROM THE DATE OF ACCIDENT TO FILE FOR WORKMEN'S COMP. Read More
Are you entitled to a worker's comp settlement without suing your company to make up for lost wages and pain and suffering?
If you are injured on the job then you are entitled to workers comp regardless if you sue. You cannot sue the employer for an injury unless it is negligance. You can sue a third party though. Read More
If you had a injury while working for a company covered under their workman's comp and am having same issues from the injury but no longer work for said company could they still be held responsible?
Yes even if the company does not exist any more you will be covered by the companys insurance company. In NSW Australia this is basicaly a racket run between a few insurance companys and the government and should be easily tracked down. Read More
If you claim is denied, you can try and appeal it. You will only be given workmen's comp is the injury happened on the job. Read More
Workers' Comp is designed to cover all work-related injuries. Read More
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The workers comp insurance company requires the employer to insure all the employees. Read More
Normally a broken rib will heal up completely without any real residual permanent damage. The Illinois Workers Compensation Commission has usually awards little or no money for a broken rib. If there are other injuries sustained in the same accident, then an award will usually be made for the other injury involved but not the broken rib. Seek the advice of an Illinois workers comp attorney for your work injury. Read More
In most cases, yes. Read More
If you miss work due to a workman comp injury can the company make you use your sick leave to cover the days off due to the injury?
Workers compensation insurance should cover your lost time. You may be able to file a grievance with the insurance company to this effect, or you should consult a workers compensation attorney for direction. Read More
You are injured at your job and take yourself to the ER. You are advised to take 5 days off while on workers comp. My injury was the fault of the manager Should I contact my lawyer?
Make sure you make the company aware of this when you report your injury and get a lawyer. Read More
Can people sue workman comp in Louisiana for a another person run over you and hurt your back and had surgery?
If your injury is work-related it could be covered by Workers' Comp regardless of whether the person responsible for the injury works with you or not. Read More
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it does if the injury was job-related. Read More
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Deaths and permanent total disability. Read More
That dependes did this injury happen AT work if so yes if not no. Read More
If you are collecting disability from personal insurance due to a workplace injury can you also get Social Security disability and Workman's Comp?
Yes. For more information you might want to check out the links on the right. If you injury was work related in the first place, I'm not sure why didn't file a worker's compensation claim. If you do file a worker's comp claim, the disability insurance company will likely want to collect much of the money you receive because typically worker's comp is an offset or an exclusion from disability plans. Read More
workmans comp is supposed to pay for the life of the injury, check with you lawyer, but that's what my lawyer told me. Read More
If you are on workman's comp it's because you couldn't work due to an injury or illness. Why would an employer hire you? Read More
You had a knee injury covered ny Workmans Comp several years ago Recently a student pushed you and reinjured the knee Is this covered under Workmans Comp?
Are you a teacher or otherwise employed at the school, or a parent at the school? If you were at work when the injury happened, were operating in the normal scope of your duties, it may be covered under Work Comp. Read More
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. Read More