03 Oct

Can You Receive Workers’ Compensation as a Part-time Employee?


Employers offer workers’ compensation to full-time employees who get hurt on the job, but what about part-time employees? Can they receive workers’ compensation? Legally, all workers are entitled to workers’ compensation regardless of full-time or part-time status.

One of the most common employee benefits is wage loss benefits. Wage loss benefits compensate employees who have been injured on the job. Employees can receive compensation for wage loss, but the amount depends if the employee was able to return to work or his wages before and after the loss.

07 Jul

What Are Different Types of Workers’ Compensation?


Most employees understand that workers’ compensation exists to support workers who have been injured while on the job; however, workers’ compensation has different types and levels of care for employees.

08 Jan

5 Things Every Employee Should Know about Workers’ Compensation


Workers’ compensation is an insurance program that extends benefits to full-time workers who have been injured while on the job. It compensates them for medical expenses and wage loss while remaining out of work.

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. 

20 Aug

If I Hire an Attorney for Workers’ Compensation, Will I Get Fired?


Workers are often concerned about getting fired because they consulted or hired a lawyer to handle their worker’s compensation claim or personal injury claim. A smart employer will not fire you. Firstly, it is illegal for an employer to fire you for filing a claim or working with an attorney; secondly, termination will not affect your ability to receive worker’s compensation. This is considered wrongful termination and retaliation.