Yes. But there is no harm in asking more questions while your there. However, insurance companies don't like to pay for more than what they are required to.
Was it an on the job injury?
workmans comp is supposed to pay for the life of the injury, check with you lawyer, but that's what my lawyer told me.
Workmans' comp law does not require your employer pay health benefits beyond treatment of the injury. Your employment (e.g., union) contract may require continuation of benefits, however. And FMLA can quarantee 12 weeks of continued employer contribution. After that you must be offered COBRA continuation.
i lost a finger in 1983 do i get money for that
You should never do surgery unless you are a surgeon.
If directly caused by an employee's workplace injury. But it was after hours
The length of time for an injury to heal depends on the health of the victim and the type of injury. In general, the injury can take months to heal.
Although it is illegal to claim the injury in a job other than the one you were injured in, all you "have" to do is pay taxes and die.
It is illegal for a company to fire you after a Workmans Comp injury has been reported. Retain an injury lawyer ASAP. Good Luck
Health law analyzes the appropriateness of governments to improve the overall health of a population. In general, health law focuses on police power, disease and injury prevention and law of populations.
The workman's comp settlement scale for rotator cuff surgery depends on a variety of factors including how long the employee is off work and how serious the injury is. In general, employees can expect to receive two-thirds of their salary for this type of injury.
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.
it really depends on how bad the injury is if they fire you because of your injury report them. and no you dont because they fired you u dont get fined for doing that.
Individual states make Workman's Insurance (comp) laws. In general any income lost from injury is taken into account when benefits are assessed.
Your injury is work related, so your H.R. manager, or benefits adminstrator will be able to guide you through the proper procedures.
Health is the general condition of an individual in all aspects. It is also a level of functional and/or metabolic efficiency of an organism, often implicitly human. From Google dictionary: "The state of being free from illness or injury".
If you can demonstrate the injury to be work related, then you can claim it.
Ask your surgeon or orthopedic doctor because it depends on the extent of your injury, your age and your general health.
Certainly. You cannot be fired BECAUSE of your WC claim, but can be fired for ANY other reason.
If you husband was injured on the job you need to find a workmans compensation attorney, preferably one that has handled brain injury caes. A great place to get a referral is you neurologist.
A work-related injury is OSHA recordable if it results in:ill health or impaired healthan injury requiring medical attention beyond first aid.