Is it a law that if you get hurt on a job that the company you work for is responsible for your medical expenses?
It depends on the cause of the injury. If, for example you slip on a just-mopped, wet floor and bust your behind, and there was no warning that it was wet, then the company might be liable for your medical expenses because of their negligence. But, if you are lifting heavy objects as part of your job and you hurt your back, that would be covered under Workman's Compensation.
Usually the Daycare would have something about that in their policy, and most often Daycares will have an insurance for that type of thing (injuries to children). Sometimes their insurance will not cover a major accident or injury though. If not, the parents or guardians of the child would be responsible for the medical treatment, but if it was a serious situation you could take it to court and/or sue the company, or put in…
Technically, your buddy covers the medical expenses. He might be able to have his medical insurance cover it depending on the injuries AND as long as he DOES NOT mention that he got hurt while on the bike. Once he says that the doctors will not treat him for those injuries because they can't bill med insurance.. Medical insurance companies don't want to be paying for injuries that happened on an auto.
A dog reached its foot through its fence into neighbors yard and it got hurt it by the neighbors weed eater while trimming along the fence-who is liable for the dog's injury?
W What happens if you get hurt at work as a bartender receiving a shift pay with no taxes or w-2 who is responsible for medical bills?
If you are injured at work doing something that is not work-related will your medical expenses be covered?
Worker's compensation is insurance coverage for employees to compensate them in case they are injured while performing their job. The employer pays a premium that covers medical expenses and lost wages in case their employees are injured. If these benefits are excepted the hurt employee must release the employer of further liability. The insurance company pays the claim and the employee can no longer sue the employer for the injury.