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Can You Work While Receiving Workers’ Compensation?

Workers’ compensation is an important protection for employees in most careers and jobs all over the nation. When someone gets hurt in the workplace while doing their job, they’re covered. They can get paid for their medical bills, and even part of their lost wages when they are unable to work. It’s a no-fault system, which means it doesn’t matter who caused the accident or how in most cases. One question that often comes up, however, is what happens when the injury is severe enough that you can’t hold down your previous job to the level you once could, but you’re not completely disabled? Can you still work while you’re on workers’ comp? Learn about working while you are receiving workers’ compensation, and when you might need help from a workers’ compensation lawyer to get your benefits. Working While on Workers’ Comp Workers’ compensation, also called worker’s comp, workers’ comp, and workman’s compensation, among other terms, exists to help you make [...]

2018-09-18T16:17:12+00:00 August 15th, 2018|Workers Comp|

Six Things To Do After A Workplace Injury

If you were injured on the job, you may be feeling sadness, confusion, uncertainty, and more. Well, none of these things will help you on the road to recovery. Work through these 6 elements after you have sustained a workplace injury to get back on your feet fast. So, without further delay: Go To The Doctor Just because you feel fine doesn't mean you are fine. If you are hurt enough to miss work for your injury, then you need to seek medical attention. A doctor will take notes, diagnose you, and provide a plan of care to get you well again. Take Photographs As weeks progress, you may forget your injuries. Take photographs now (or have a friend photograph your bumps, lumps, bruises, and scrapes) as proof of your injuries. Find A Skilled Personal Injury Attorney Once you are on your way to healing, you need to find a personal injury attorney who can help you seek redress through the legal [...]

2018-09-28T10:57:40+00:00 October 15th, 2014|Workers Comp|

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