28 Jul

Who Pays for Workers' Compensation


Workers’ compensation offers financial relief to workers who have been injured on the job. It covers a certain amount of medical expenses and sometimes a portion of lost pay. This means that workers can focus on healing rather than their livelihood. But who pays for workers’ compensation?

While it’s possible to file for workers’ compensation without a lawyer, it can significantly streamline and smooth the entire process.

29 Apr

Workers’ Compensation Coverage


Workers’ compensation coverage can help injured workers who are dealing with medical expenses, lost wages, ongoing treatment, and more. The coverage may also include the ambulance ride, medication, and physical therapy. When a work injury occurs, it’s time to determine whether you have workers’ compensation coverage.

01 Mar

What Does Workers’ Compensation Cover?


Workers’ compensation covers benefits for employees who have suffered work-related injuries and illnesses. While certain exceptions occur, the point of workers’ compensation is to ensure that those injured on the job receive monetary aid as they recover. 

09 Oct

Occupational Diseases & Workers Compensation


Throughout a lifetime, most people spend about a quarter of their lives at work, which means it’s common for workers to face occupational diseases. In today’s society, when a worker can prove that a chronic or ongoing illness stems from his or her job, that worker is eligible for worker’s compensation.

02 Sep

Avoid These Mistakes When Applying for Worker's Compensation


Workplace injury often is accompanied by a number of legal options including the receipt of worker’s compensation. However, you need to be careful to avoid certain choices when you’re applying for worker’s compensation. The benefits of worker’s compensation include recovery of lost wages and medical bills, but claiming worker’s compensation can be complicated and confusing, resulting in claim denial or less compensation.


To receive help with your medical bills and lost wages, you want to be sure to avoid making these mistakes when applying for worker’s compensation.

26 Aug

Worker’s Compensation That Develops into RSD or CRPS


Getting injured on the job usually means a person will get hurt, then recover from that injury and resume their regular job functions without much trouble.  The most severe injuries are typically orthopedic:  torn shoulder and knee joints or herniated disks in the spine, to name a few.  These can require surgery in order to fix the damage.  However, injuries can sometimes be even more complicat