Firemen sleep at their work place so yes it is legal. You are covered by workmens comp when you are on the job or on the jobsite.
Your claim may very well be affected.
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.
Yes, if your doctor says that you are unable to perform the job being offered. Also, you cannot be fired or stop receiving workers comp for being unable to do the job.
Worker's Comp MAY cover an injury from a motor vehicle accident IF the accident is arising from, and in the course and scope of your employment. It will NOT cover an injury sustained while merely commuting to work. However, someone such as a delivery driver that is hurt while delivering, IS covered.
if you are off work and leaving and get hurt is that workers comp
Yes, anyone that is hurt can claim workers comp. It doesnt matter what position you are on the job. If you get hurt at work you can claim workers comp.
Yes, this is completely legal. If you are hurt on a job you are entitled to workman's compensation as long as you are in some way hurt, even if you could continue to do the job. So yes, you can still work your second job. However if you are hurt in one job and cannot perform the other, whether you get workman's compensation for the injury or not will not make a difference if you get fired from your other job or not because you cannot do it.
You don't; unless you have people working for you that could get hurt. If you do have people working for you then you need it in case someone gets hurt while they are working. The workers comp will pay for their medical treatment and other costs. It protects the employeer so they can't get sued for everything they own.
i was working under the table for my boss and i got hurt is my boss liable for paying my medical bills and how long do i have to file a claim