In the state of Indiana, you still will receive workmans compensation after being terminated from your job. You will receive workmans compensation until the doctor releases you.
no, unless you owe them for a fraudulent claim you received funds from.
my lawyer said to me the workmens comp ins comp. said to give them a number for my pay out. how do i do this? i live in cali
Answer is No workmens comp is only applicable to injuries sustained while on the job, damages to a vehicle are not part of workmens comp.
in the state of VA does every bs have to carry workmens comp
You should be treated like any other employee when on WC. If others do, you do. If not, I don't know why you would be singled out.
no I didn't get a form for workmens comp
Do i need to file income taxes ,workmens comp did not send me a 1099? I did not file last year 2007 because i asked workmens comp. for a 1099 they did not send ...so i assumed i did not need to file. Can i file both years?
I am self employed in Ohio. Am I required to have workmens comp on myself.
when you apply for jobs the company advised the other company verbally that your a bad employee and make recommendations not to hire you .
If the employee is "on the clock" during travel time or travelling in a company vehicle it might. Otherwise, sorry.
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.
No they can't, if it has only to do with being on WC.
NO, if you are out with work comp you get paid thru them.
A insurance provided by employers for injured employees. There is a provision in Texas law whereby an employer may elect not to purchase workmens' comp insurance. About 33% of Texas employers do not have WC insurance.
It depends on the policy of your employer...I believe.
You can find lawyers in the phone book that specialise in workmens comp cases.Also there are lawyer refferal offices.Can check with Better business buero to see if any complaints on lawyer.
AnswerFederal law developed the work comp system and every state has a unique form of it. If you have a single employee, then you need work comp insurance. No matter the state. If the employee becomes injured, if you don't have work comp insurance they can sue your company and you personally for not carrying the work comp insurance.You can be a sole P, INC, LLC, or partnership and get work comp insurance. You can even get work comp insurance for yourself as an owner.Check with a local insurance broker to make sure you are following your states law.
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 you can be fired will on workman's comp. Going on disability or WCI does not pardon you from any terminable offenses.