February 14, 2024
Power tools are used daily in construction, manufacturing, and other industries. They are efficient, but that convenience comes with a significant risk of workplace injuries. That is a serious concern in workplaces and often causes physical harm, emotional distress, and piles of medical bills. Power tool injuries can qualify for Workers’ Compensation, » Read More
January 9, 2024
Most employers must carry workers’ compensation. Should a worker get injured, they would receive workers’ compensation benefits through medical coverage and wage-loss payments. Employees would receive workers’ compensation benefits for as long as they recover. However, all workplace injuries are unique, and everyone recovers differently, so not every case is straightforward. Generally, the timeline to stay on medical benefits largely depends on the severity of the injury and how long you need treatment for the work-related injury. » Read More
December 12, 2023
If you are wondering how long you have to file a Workers’ Compensation claim, it depends on where it happened. States have different regulations that apply to these cases; applicants can be turned down when they are not followed. It is best to file as soon as possible, but some exceptions might apply.
To qualify for payments, » Read More
November 28, 2023
Spinal cord injuries can inflict devastating damage. Depending on the severity of the accident, spinal cord injuries can cause partial or full paralysis, loss of sensation, chronic pain, and dramatically alter your ability to earn a living.
If you suffer a work-related spinal cord injury, you should be eligible for Workers’ Compensation benefits.
What Causes Spinal Cord Injuries? » Read More
November 7, 2023
Employees who file for Workers’ Compensation typically have many questions, and finding the correct answers is not always easy. These Workers’ Compensation FAQs can serve as guidelines for anyone who needs more information.
Are There Deadlines for Reporting My Work Injury?
Yes. Work-related injuries should be reported to a supervisor immediately after the fact. » Read More
October 3, 2023
Occupational diseases are medical conditions that result from exposure to certain hazards or harmful conditions in the workplace. These diseases can significantly impact the quality of life, ability to work, and overall health of affected individuals.
An occupational disease is defined as a chronic ailment that occurs as a result of work or occupational activity. It is an aspect of occupational safety and health distinct from occupational injury, » Read More