What is the workers comp payout for lost teeth?
It varies from state to state. You will need to check with YOUR state industrial commission.
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YOu get workers comp medical benefits while you have med expanses attributed to a workplace injury. You get lost time WC benefits while unable to work at anything for income. Earn income and lost time benefits end. Read More
Is an employer with two employees in Florida who pays for injuries and lost wages if one of ythe employees get injured?
If you carry Workers' Compensation insurance on the employees, Workers' Comp does. If not, your company does, and can also be sued by the injured worker. Even if you're exempt from having to carry Workers' Comp, you're not exempt from being liable for work-related injuries. Read More
Worker's Comp provides for payment of medical bills, and wages that are lost when you are medically unable to work. If you are medically able to work, but are on strike, that has nothing to do with Worker's Comp- you will not be paid for the period when you were medically able to work. 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
Unemployment is available to folks who lost their last job through no fault of their own, and are actively seeking new employment. Workers comp is a social insurance that pays the medical bills of folks injured on the job, and pays lost time benefits if one misses work due to injury. Read More
well when your thirteen you've lost all your teeth when your seven you've lost 5 7 teeth and it goes on and on. Read More
Not necessarily. Remember, if you are in jail on charges, you are innocent until proven guilty. However, if you have been sentenced, then workman's comp could be lost due to the fact that you are being housed, fed and cared for, even if is a jail. As always, consult your attorney regarding your particular situation. Read More
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What is the difference between a closed workers comp claim with a treatment order and a claim kept open?
with the closed with treatment order, you get medical paid, but give up your right to any lost wages and mileage for treatment. An open claim gives you the right to lost wages and mileage Read More
If you, as your own employer, took out a Workers' Compensation policy for yourself and it's in force, yes. Otherwise, no, because you don't have a policy to make a claim on. See the linked article below. It's important for self employed people to take care of themselves with Workers' Comp - it has lifetime medical benefits for covered injuries, and that could be really important if you are no longer able to work and… Read More
You have developed arthritis as a result of continual work on the computer consequently you had to have surgery on your hand is this a work related injury should workmens comp be filed?
Yes. Under the Workers Comp Statute - at least in Michigan, any condition that is caused by, accelerated, or aggrevated by your employment, is compensible. You merely have to have a doctor indicate that your condition is a work related repetitive action injury. If your employer won't pay you workers comp benefits, you can initiate a claim against him. You are entitled to time lost from work, all out-of-pocket medical expenses, and mileage to and… Read More
For Illinois Workers Compensation is the employer required to pay the wages of an employee to attend a doctor appointment?
If a Section 12 independent medical exam is requested by the employer, travel expense is supposed to be advanced before attending the exam. If a worker also has a lost day's wages to attend the exam or 1/2 a day's wages lost, then the workers comp act provides for reimbursement of the lost wages or partial lost wages. An employer is not required to pay lost wages to attend a treating doctor's visit appointment. That… Read More
Workers compensation only applies if you are injured while at work performing your regular duties. You apply for it through the state. Disability insurance is generally sold by insurance companies, except for state disability insurance which only applies to long term situations, and it covers income lost when you are not able to work due to an injury, illness, or other disabilities that prevent you from working. What disability insurance pays or covers depends upon… Read More
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Worker's Comp pays for medical bills and lost wages that result from an injury or illness arising from your work. If I fall off a ladder at work, it pays my medical bills- and if I can't work due to my injury, it replaces part of my wages. However, if I fall off a ladder at home, that is not Worker's Comp. I was not a worker. 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
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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I had all my teeth lost at age 11. Everyone is different though! Read More
Some states allow employers to self-pay worker injuries, waiving WC insurance. Such employers can be sued for negligence even if they pay for employee med costs and lost wage benefits. An employer providing workers comp can NEVER be sued for negligence or any liability except the WC benefit set by state law. Read More
There is no average settlement payout for carpal tunnel in Oregon. Each case is different because the circumstances are different for each person. It depends on how much future income would be lost. Read More
This will depend on how much income you lost. You may be eligable for SSD, depending on whether or not you are disabled. Consult an attorney who specializes in Social Security issues. It will not cost you anything unless you get a settlement from Social Security. Read More
The front teeth are lost and new ones will grow in. The molars just in front are also lost. The back molars are not replaced by other teeth. Read More
If you are injured on your second job will workmans comp pay your lost income from your other job which is your main source of income?
Individual states make Workman's Insurance (comp) laws. In general any income lost from injury is taken into account when benefits are assessed. Read More
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Most of my friends have all lost there teeth but i still have 3 to go! So your not alone!! Read More
they get replacements after the final set of teeth is lost they die Read More
You can not grow new teeth in adults. All humans will have 2 sets of teeth during their lifetime, one being the baby teeth which are lost during childhood and the permanent teeth which are stronger and supposed to last for the rest of your lifetime. If permanent teeth are lost then you may go to a dentist who will direct you to a specialist which will fabricate teeth for you. Read More
your milk teeth will be lost. all your incisors, canines and premolars will come new. Read More
All the primary teeth should be lost - they are 20. Read More
I am eleven, nearly twelve, and I have lost exactly 12 teeth ( I haven't lost any molars, at least I don't think I have, but one is wobbly ) and I have 12 teeth that haven't come out. All in all I have 24 teeth. It all depends on your jaw, some children have nearly lost all their teeth when some others have not last many at all. Read More
Well it's hard to say,I lost all my baby teeth in the 4th grade but i was 9 at the time. I lost my teeth fast because i had a alot of cavaties and 1 sweet tooth(DEAD TOOTH) and my cousin is 14 she still didn't lose all of them yet. But the faster you lose your baby teeth the faster your wisdom teeth come in. Read More
Never. No one has ever lost their teeth. People keep teeth forever and they never fall out. Ever. I promise. Read More
If a guinea pig losses it's front teeth it could chew with their back teeth. Read More
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Check out the website: puppymillrescue.com They have rescued MANY dogs that have lost most or all of their teeth. I'm sure you might be able to be helped by them. Read More
no because they are dead they have lost all their teeth and are there for in their grave. this answer is scientfically proven. Read More
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Lord Ganesha broke his own teeth while writing Mahabharata. Read More
Can workman's comp use my personal sick leave time if i was injured in an accident in the company's van but it was not may fault?
Yes of course you can also claim for personal injury and loss of earnings..My brother has a claim agency if you would like more information i can give you his number.. I don't know the answer to your question, yet consider: It's often in your best interest to use your personal sick leave time instead of Work Comp benefits, because Comp doesn't pay 100% of lost wages, whereas your sick leave probably does. If you… Read More
I personally think everyone should be covered by Comp or an alternative, such as Occupational Accident or a self-insured plan. Even if you have health insurance, if you're injured on the job - even if it's in an auto accident on your way to the bank, if you're seriously injured and can't work for years, who will pay those health insurance premiums and lost wages? Comp has lifetime medical for work-related injuries. Occupational Accident is… Read More
If your Workers' Comp claim has been accepted by your employer's insurance carrier and your surgery is approved by the carrier, you will receive a portion of your salary as compensation for lost wages resulting from the surgery (both for the procedure and recovery time until the treating MD has released you to some form of work). That portion varies by state but averages around 2/3rds of your average weekly wage. Read More