Important Things To Know About Workers Compensation Claims

Posted on: 18 July 2018

No one expects to get hurt on the job, but workplace injuries unfortunately happen every day. If you are ever injured at work, it is very important to know what to do. Reacting properly will help ensure that your employer's workers compensation insurance policy will cover the cost of your medical treatment, as well as lost wages. Continue reading to learn more about how to deal with a workplace injury and workers compensation claims:
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Understanding Your Wage Compensation

Posted on: 18 June 2018

If you get hurt at work you may know that your employer pays for insurance to cover this situation. With workers' compensation insurance on board, your medical bills will be paid in full as long as the treatment is due to your injury or illness. There is another form of benefit that helps you financially in addition to the medical expense payment, so read on to learn more. Lost wages while sick
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Do You Still Have Time? Medical Malpractice And Time Limits

Posted on: 17 May 2018

Dealing with an injury caused by negligence or carelessness can be bad enough, but if you wait too long to file a claim for damages, you end up missing out on compensation. A statute of limitations controls all types of crimes and cases, and the amount of time varies from state to state. Medical malpractice cases fall into the personal injury or civil category but the time limits for filing a case can be much shorter than for other personal injury situations.
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3 Slip And Fall Myths Dispelled

Posted on: 13 April 2018

Slipping and falling is one of the more common ways that individuals will suffer serious injuries. While the injuries from these accidents can be costly and disruptive, many victims will simply fail to consider the full range of options that are available to them. Myth 1: The Ground Must Be Wet To Claim Slip And Fall A common assumption that slip and fall accident victims will have is that the ground must have been wet for them to be able to file a slip and fall claim.
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