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What If My Employer Doesn’t Have Workers’ Compensation Insurance?



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A Quick Definition – What is Workers’ Comp Workers’ Compensation is an insurance program that provides money to people who suffer injuries or illnesses at work or as the result of work duties. In most cases, an employee who suffered a work-related injury or illness can receive workers’ compensation benefits no matter who is at […]

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4 Tips for Winning a Workers’ Compensation Case



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Workers compensation claims are not enjoyable. First and foremost, you are injured and need to deal with concerns of your own personal health. On top of that, you are probably worried if you will receive enough compensation to provide for your family while you are out of work. If that wasn’t enough, insurance companies can […]

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Can I Sue in Addition to Getting Workers’ Compensation?



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Have you suffered a workplace injury or illness? Do you think you deserve more than just workers’ compensation benefits? There are a few situations when it may be possible to sue in a court of law in addition to receiving workers’ compensation benefits from your employer’s insurance.   Workers’ comp benefits are intended to help […]

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Do I Need a Workers’ Comp Lawyer?



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If you were injured at work or suffered an illness due to your job duties, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. However, understand that this may not be a smooth process; It’s unlikely your employer and their insurance company will gladly hand over enough money to provide for your family while you are out […]

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Do Workers’ Compensation Claims Go to Court?



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Workers’ compensation is different from many other types of law. You may not have to appear in a traditional court with a jury or judge for your workers’ comp claim. Your lawyer will first attempt to get you a fair settlement in mediation with your employer’s insurance company. This is the ideal way many cases […]

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